19th-Century Pottery
 
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Large, bulbous pearlware Jug, printed with Masonic symbols and mottoes for the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, beneath a band of flowers. Handwritten inscription to G * Hemmingway, probably Leeds, c.1815-20

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Canary yellow pottery Toy Mug, printed in iron red with a scene depicting the Sailor's Farewell above the inscription 'When this you see remember me', Staffordshire or the North-East, c.1820

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Lead-glazed earthenware figure of a Gardener, probably Ralph Salt, Hanley, Staffordshire, c.1820 (ex-Metropolitan Museum of Art)

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Child's Saucer, probably John Carr & Sons, Low Lights Pottery, North Shields, Northumberland, c.1860

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Pearlware Bowl, painted with floral sprays and garlanded border, probably Staffordshire, c.1800

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Earthenware Plaque, painted with a still life of fruit, probably Staffordshire, last quarter of the 19th century

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Pearlware Plate, Willow pattern, John & Richard Riley, c.1820

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Small earthenware Beaker with splashed pink lustre decoration, probably Sunderland, c.1830

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