18th-Century Pottery
 
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Delftware Plate, painted in naive style with a rustic dwelling, probably Liverpool, c.1760

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Rare small delftware Bowl, painted in the manner of John Bowen, Bristol, probably Redcliff Back, c.1750-70

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Pair of small delftware Plates of pancake form, painted with a bird on a branch, Bristol or London, c.1740

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Rare tin-glazed Clock Dial Plate, possibly Liverpool, c.1780-90

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Small polychrome delftware Plate of pancake form, painted with a Chinese garden scene, Bristol or London, c.1740

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Tin-glazed Charger, painted with bold geometrical designs and a border of stylised peacock feathers, Bristol, O and III marks on the underside, c.1740

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Four tin-glazed Pickle Trays, Liverpool or Bristol, c.1760

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Small delftware Stand, painted with a chinoiserie river scene and a Fitzhugh border, possibly Lambeth, London, c.1780

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Rare delftware Veilleuse (Food Warmer), probably Lambeth, c.1760-70

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Delftware double-lipped Sauceboat, the handles modelled as foxes, painted in blue with Chinese flowers, the shell-moulded pouring lips painted with arabesques, Liverpool or Irish, c.1745-60

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Rare small saltglazed figure of Pu-Tai Ho-Shang, Staffordshire, c.1750

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Whieldon type tortoiseshell Plate with barleycorn moulded edge, Staffordshire, c.1750-60

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Rare agateware Game Fork with silver ferrule and steel fitting, probably Whieldon-Wedgwood, c.1754-59

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Unusual delftware bulb shaped Vase, painted with flowers and a flying insect, possibly Liverpool, c.1750-60

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Delft Jug, painted in blue with figures in a grassy landscape, the pattern based on a Chinese Transitional design, Dutch, c.1670-1700

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Tin-glazed Plate, decorated with chinoiserie scenes reserved on a powdered manganese ground, Thomas Cantle, Temple Back, Bristol, c.1754

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Whieldon type tortoiseshell Plate with barleycorn moulded edge, Staffordshire, c.1750-60

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Tin-glazed octagonal Platter, painted with a basket of flowers and a border of Daoist emblems, Liverpool or Dublin, c.1750

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Tin-glazed Bowl or Dish, painted with a mimosa pattern, probably London, c.1740

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Manganese tin-glazed Tile, decorated with a shepherd and his flock, Bristol, c.1750

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Tin-glazed Plate, painted with a hollow rock, bamboo and peony, probably Liverpool, c.1750

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Rare lobed delftware Dish, probably Lambeth, c.1680

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Good English delftware Plate, painted with a couple in a European landscape. London or Bristol, c.1750-60

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Delftware Platter, painted with La Pêche pattern, Liverpool or Dublin, c.1765

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Tin-glazed octagonal Plate, painted with a bowl of flowers and a border of Daoist emblems, Dublin or Liverpool, c.1750

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Tin-glazed Plate, painted with a flower and Daoist emblems, possibly London, c.1760

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Tin-glazed earthenware Tile, painted with a harbour scene, probably Liverpool, c.1750

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Tin-glazed octagonal Plate, painted with a bowl of flowers and a border of Daoist emblems, Dublin or Liverpool, c.1750

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Rare Josiah Wedgwood I and Thomas Bentley Intaglio depicting King George III, impressed marks, c.1777

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Tin-glazed earthenware Tile, painted with a harbour scene and tall ship, Liverpool, c.1750

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Tin-glazed earthenware Tile, painted with a riverside scene and two swans, probably Liverpool, c.1750

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Delftware Plate, painted with a parakeet in a branch, Lambeth (probably Abigail Griffith), c.1765

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Delftware Plate, painted with a Chinese river scene, Lambeth or Liverpool, c.1760

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Delftware Plate, Liverpool or Dublin, c.1760

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Tin-glazed Plate, painted in dark blue with a Chinese scene depicting a vase of flowers, a smoking censer, and a table on which stands a vessel containing a flowering plant. The elaborate arabesque border is reserved with three panels depicting a Chinese landscape. Possibly Dublin, c.1750-60

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Tin-glazed earthenware Plate, decorated with an oriental landscape, probably Lambeth, c.1770-80

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