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  • “The Hop Queen” – Early English Pratt Ware Figural Plate by Artist, W.F. Witherington

    “The Hop Queen” – Early English Pratt Ware Figural Plate by Artist, W.F. Witherington

    A wonderful Pratt Ware porcelain figural plate, signed by the artist, W.F. Witherington – titled in the book “The Hop Queen”.
    The plate has a white back and a mottled green and black patterned edge highlighted by gold paint on the rim and with a patterned gold design surrounding the painting in the centre.

    The colourful forest scene in the centre of the plate shows a woman putting leaves in the hair of a young girl while a man sitting on a wicker basket, with a basket of leaves in front of him, watches what the woman is doing. In the background are 3 more women and a boy behind some saplings.

    The plate measures 9 3/8 inches in diameter.

    It is in excellent condition with typical age crazing on the back.

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  • 18th Century Pratt Ware Soft Paste Porcelain Figural Tea Caddy, c. 1790

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    18th Century Pratt Ware Soft Paste Porcelain Figural Tea Caddy, c. 1790

    Pratt Ware Soft-paste China Macaroni Figures Tea Caddy, circa. 1790. Obverse depicts an embossed gentleman in an exaggerated high wig with his servant standing beside him and reverse depicts a similarly caricatured lady and her servant. Yellow and blue highlights with blue geometric motifs on top and sides.

    The tea caddy with lid measure 6 3/4 inches tall and the tea caddy is 3 3/4 inches wide at the base.

    There are a number of paint chips on the body of the caddy and on the rim of both the caddy and lid as well as one on the finial.

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  • Pair of Small Signed Wedgwood Blue Jasper Ware Putti Vases, dated 1867

    Pair of Small Signed Wedgwood Blue Jasper Ware Putti Vases, dated 1867

    A lovely pair of Wedgwood blue Jasper Ware vases, dated 1867, vividly decorated with white putti figures and floral trim separating the rim from the body of each vase.

    The underside of each vase is stamped “Wedgwood” and the letter “V” (dating code for 1867).
    Each vase is 5 inches tall X 1 7/8 inches wide at the base.

    The vases are in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs.

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  • Pratt Ware Paste Scenic Jar – THE GOLDEN HORN CONSTANTINOPLE – circa 1860

    Pratt Ware Paste Scenic Jar – THE GOLDEN HORN CONSTANTINOPLE – circa 1860

    Antique Pratt Ware porcelain squat body open mouth jar, THE GOLDEN HORN CONSTANTINOPLE – showing scenes of figures, buildings, and ships on the water surrounding the body of the jug.  The Crimea Army used this as a base during the Crimean War.

    The jug is 3 inches tall X 2 3/4 inches wide at the base.

    There are a couple of chips on the underside of the base and some discolouration.

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    Rare “THE BATTLE OF THE ALMA” CRIMEA WAR – Pratt Ware Paste Jar, c. 1860

    Rare “THE BATTLE OF THE ALMA” CRIMEA WAR – Pratt Ware Paste Jar, c. 1860

    A rare scene Pratt War jar, titled “The Battle of the Alma” from the Crimera War – showing scenes of battle and death with many soldiers and horses.

    The jar is 3 1/2 inches tall X 2 3/4 inches wide at the base.

    There is some flaking and age wear on the rim and underside of the jug but, overall, it is in good condition.

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    Rare Pratt Ware Porcelain Figural Bottle, “Uncle Tom & Eva”

    Rare Pratt Ware Porcelain Figural Bottle, “Uncle Tom & Eva”

    A rare Pratt Ware figural porcelain bottle.

    The bottle has a white background with a gilt line separating the bottom from the green and white mottled top. The rim of the top is also in gold paint.

    On the body are two scenes: on one side it is titled “Uncle Tom” On the other side, it is titled “Uncle Tom and Eva” and shows the two characters sitting in front of a bower overlooking a lake. Eva has a book in her lap and is pointing toward the lake while Tom is speaking with her.

    The bottle is 4 1/2 inches tall and 3 inches wide at the base. There is some age crackling on the body of the vase and one small chip on the underside of the base. The length of the bottle probably cut down and the rim over painted in gold.  Otherwise the piece is in good condition.

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  • Wedgwood English Jasperware Black and White Vase, Greek Mythology Scenes

    Wedgwood English Jasperware Black and White Vase, Greek Mythology Scenes

    Here is a lovely Wedgwood English jasperware vase in black basalt with white decorations, including 3 Greek mythological scenes around the body of the vase.

    The vase is stamped “Wedgwood Made in England” on the underside and also has “AH” , “P” and “74” stamped on the bottom.

    It measures 4 3/4 inches tall x 1 1/2 inches in diameter at the opening at the top to 2 inches in diameter at the base.

    The vase is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs.

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  • Mettlach Germany Salt Glaze Stoneware Ewer, Celebration of the Harvest, c. 1880-1895

    Mettlach Germany Salt Glaze Stoneware Ewer, Celebration of the Harvest, c. 1880-1895

    A lovely Mettlach Germany salt glaze stoneware ewer with silver accents, circa 1880-1895, celebrating the harvest. It shows a figure pouring water and another figure carrying the harvest, with applied flowers under the spout.

    The ewer is marked with an applied scroll mark, and impressed with 537 and II.

    It measures 10 inches high X 5 1 /2 inches wide and is in very good condition.

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  • Pair of Candle Holders by Walter Moorcroft – “Hibiscus” Pattern, circa 1940’s

    Pair of Candle Holders by Walter Moorcroft – “Hibiscus” Pattern, circa 1940’s

    A wonderful pair of Walter Moorcroft pottery candle holders, dated circa 1940’s, in the “hibiscus” pattern. The holders have a deep blue background with colourful flowers. On the underside of each candle holder, there is a paper label that reads “98. By Appointment W. Moorcroft, Potters to the Late Queen Mary”.  In addition, there are the imprinted “Made in England” and “Moorcroft”.

    The candle holders measure 3 inches tall X 4 inches wide.

    Both are in excellent condition.

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  • Villeroy & Boch Mettlach Germany Stoneware Stein

    Villeroy & Boch Mettlach Germany Stoneware Stein

    Here is a nice stoneware half litre stein, signed “Villeroy & Boch, Mettlach” on the underside, along with the impressed numbers 1028, 13, and 07.
    The stein has a dark brown glaze with lighter brown and cream decorations and white writing.

    On the front of the stein is a couple harvesting wheat. On one side are the words “Verleight den Men=schen Muth u.Kraftl” within the wheat and vines decor. On the other side, also within the west and vine decoration, are the words “Der Reben = und Der Gerstensaft”.

    Behind the handle is written “Darumtrinke”.

    The rim is surrounded in pewter.

    The stein measures 6 3/4 inches high x 5 1/4 inches wide (including the handle).

    Excellent condition

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  • Small Moorcroft Flambé Vase, “Orchid” Pattern – circa 1940’s

    Small Moorcroft Flambé Vase, “Orchid” Pattern – circa 1940’s

    Here is a lovely flambé vase by Walter Moorcroft, in the “orchid” pattern. The vase is very colourful with red, green, yellow, and blue paint.  Dates circa 1940’s.

    On the underside is imprinted “Made in England” and “Moorcroft”.

    The vase is 4 1/4 inches tall X 3 1/8 inches wide and is in excellent condition.

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  • Mettlach Stoneware German Stein with Dog Figural Handle, Dated 1877

    Mettlach Stoneware German Stein with Dog Figural Handle, Dated 1877

    A wonderful Mettlach Germany stoneware stein, dated 1877.  The stein has a white porcelain lid, rimmed in pewter, and decorated with banners and a shield with the words “Postnubila Phoebus 1877 v Rebay”.  A dog sits on the top of the handle.

    The sand-coloured body of the stein is decorated with a King holding a tankard and sitting on a keg. On either side of this are leaves, berries and wheat stalks.

    The stein measures 7 1/8 inches high X 5 inches wide, including the handle, and is in excellent condition.

     

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  • Wm. Moorcroft Signed, Numbered, Two-Handled Glazed Pottery Vase, ‘Flaminian’ Pattern – Dated 1905

    Wm. Moorcroft Signed, Numbered, Two-Handled Glazed Pottery Vase, ‘Flaminian’ Pattern – Dated 1905

    Here is a beautiful two-handled deep green glazed pottery vase, and is accented by a central medallion on each side of the vase, showing swirls and leaves in different shades of green.  This is an early pattern called “Flaminian” .

    The vase is hand-signed by Wm. Moorcroft and shows a registration number of 452777. The English Registration mark dates this piece for 1905.

    The vase is 9 inches tall and 8 inches in diameter at the body  – 4 1/2 inch diameter vase opening..

    Excellent condition, no chips, cracks or repairs.  Normal glaze crazing.

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  • Moorcroft Pottery- Large 14 inch Wide Bowl In Berry & Leaf Pattern – circa 1930’s

    Moorcroft Pottery- Large 14 inch Wide Bowl In Berry & Leaf Pattern – circa 1930’s

    An exquisite shallow bowl made by William Moorcroft, it dates circa 1930’s. It is beautifully designed, and hand-painted with free flowing strokes in vivid colours of red, green, yellow and blue. It features a whimsical  composition of leaves and berries in the charming ‘Berry and Leaf’ pattern, also referred to as autumn leaf in earlier pieces.

    Marked: Moorcroft Pottery. Impressed Marks: Potter to HM the Queen. Made in England.

    Signed: W. Moorcroft

    Measures: 14 inches in diameter.

    Excellent condition.  No chips, cracks or repairs.

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  • 19th Century Majolica Plate, Decorated with a Bird and a Flowering Branch

    19th Century Majolica Plate, Decorated with a Bird and a Flowering Branch

    Here is a very pretty 19th century majolica pottery plate, decorated in a blue and white lattice pattern with yellow edging around the rim.

    The centre of the plate has a gray/green bubble pattern and is decorated with a colorful bird and a flowering branch.

    There is some paint loss to the bird and flowers as well as some color loss to the edge and a small chip on the edge near the bottom of the plate. There is also a hairline crack on the back of the plate which is painted in a splotcy grey/green colour.

    The plate is approximately 8 3/4 inches in diameter.

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  • 19th Century Majolica Pottery Jug – Pansy Decoration

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    19th Century Majolica Pottery Jug – Pansy Decoration

    A wonderful 19th century majolica pottery jug, colorfully decorated with a two-tone brown patterned background and a large purple pansy and green leaves on each side of the jug.

    The jug is 7 inches tall and 3 3/4 inches in diameter at the base.

    Please note that there is a hairline crack on the inside of the jug near the top (please see the photo for details) and a small chip on right side of the jug lip.

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