Large antique copper luster footed pitcher. Circa 1830. Labeled G.H. Baecher Collection. Measures 7.75 inches high and 8.75 inches from spout to handle. Excellent condition. Blue banded pitchers are a rare color in copper luster.
Large Staffordshire purple luster sporting jug circa 1810-15. Hunters, game and dogs in a landscape in molded relief. Measures 8 inches high x 7.5 inches wide x 6 inches deep. Please see The Burnap Collection of English Pottery, 1967, no. 878, for the same jug without the luster.
Staffordshire purple luster pitcher with yellow griffon, or gryphon, and vine motif in relief molding. English circa 1830. Good condition with one small hair line.
Canary yellow luster, or lustre, ware footed bowl. English, circa 1820. Decorated with copper, blue and green. Measures 3.5" high x 6.25" in diameter.
Copper luster, or lustre, commemorative pottery jug: 'Cornwallis Resigning his Sword at York Town Oct.r 19th 1781'. The scene depicts George Washington accepting the surrender of Charles Cornwallis and 800 British soldiers, virtually guaranteeing American independence. Portrait of Lafayette verso. Overall 7.5" W x 5.5" H. Some minor paint loss (scratches) as shown.