Earthenware cider jug in the "Boy on a Buffalo" Chinoiserie pattern. Maker unknown. Staffordshire, England, circa 1795-1810. Measures 9.5" high x 9.5" spout to handle. Ex. Zeller Collection.
Sunderland Staffordshire pearlware hunt jug circa 1815. Transfer prints depict on one side a hunter shooting at game birds and on the other side a fox hunter and his horse and hounds. Decorated with pink luster. Excellent condition, with a small dark spot under the glaze on the fox hunt side. Measures 7" high by 8.5" wide.
Ridgeway Staffordshire Doctor Johnson silver luster toby jug circa 1825. Measures 5.5 inches high and 5.5 inches spout to handle. Very good condition.
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.