Very rare Staffordshire Chinoiserie earthenware jug with a "cabbage leaf" surface, circa 1790-1805. The pattern is "Twin Temples". Measures 6 inches high. Excellent condition. Ex. Zeller and Anthony Pugh-Thomas collections.
Wedgwood dark blue Jasperware vase in excellent condition. Measures 6.5 inches high x 4.5" wide. Provenance: Michael and Naomi Herman collection.
Wedgwood Doric shape jug with satyr mask spout. Creamware body with cream slip inside, and unusual agate slip on the surface. Date is 1869. Measures 6 inches high by 4 inches across. Some minor use wear to the top rim, commensurate with age. No cracks or chips.
Vintage Wedgwood pitcher in excellent condition. Bisque porcelain. Gold on white grape and vine relief motif. Measures 9.5 inches high. Wedgwood, Etruria and Barlaston, England, circa 1930.
Bennington slipware pottery spittoon. Vermont, late 19th century. Measures 12 inches across by 6.5 inches high. Excellent condition apart from a slight rim chip beneath the inside opening which is not outwardly visible.