Wedgwood Doric form creamware jug with satyr mask spout. Cream pearl body color and black transfer decoration. Date is mid 19th century. Measures 5.25 inches high by 3.5 inches across. Some minor use wear to the top rim, commensurate with age. No cracks or chips.
Antique Edme Samson porcelain armorial urn. Paris, circa 1870. Excellent condition. Measures 13 inches high and 9.75 inches across the top.
RARE Staffordshire Chinoiserie earthenware fluted mug. The pattern is "The Caught Fish" and the maker is unknown. Made circa 1795-1810. This piece is quite rare and was formerly in the Zeller, Strong and A Pugh-Thomas collections. Measures 5.5 inches tall.
Swansea Staffordshire blue and white earthenware jug circa 1800. The Chinoiserie pattern is 'Long Bridge with Willow.' Ochre painted bands at the rim and collar, gold leaf florals at the neck and gold leaf framing the armorial medallion. Excellent condition. Measures 7 inches high. Ex. Zeller collection.
Large 19th century flow blue ironstone platter by J. B. Alcock in the Scinde pattern. Measures 15.75 inches wide by 20.25 inches long. Excellent condition with strong deep cobalt blue transfer. Stamped on base 'Oriental Stone J. & B. Alcock Scinde.