Staffordshire earthenware blue and white coffee pot circa 1820. Allover flower and leaf design with central medallions in the 'Pagoda and Flowering Bush' pattern. Bee skep knob. Probably Enock Wood and Sons. Chip inside lid collar. Measures 10.5" high x 10" wide spout to handle. Ex. Zeller collection.
Staffordshire blue and white earthenware jug circa 1800-1810. Chinoiserie pattern is Elephant and Castle. The charming scene depicts a small elephant bearing a houdah, or howdah, in the form of a castle. Hairline on spout. Measures 7 inches high and 7.5 inches wide from handle to spout. Ex. Zeller collection.
Large antique copper luster pitcher with pink, yellow, green and white enamel floral decoration. Staffordshire, circa 1840. Ex G.H. Becker collection. measures 7.75" high x 9.75" wide spout to handle. Small chip to handle and flakes to glaze.
Staffordshire pearlware coffee, or possibly chocolate, pot circa 1800-1810. Chinoiserie pattern is 'Long Bridge.' Maker unknown. Professional restoration to the spout. Measures 9 inches high.
Rare Staffordshire blue and white earthenware coffee cup circa 1820. The Chinoiserie pattern is 'A Sphinx in China' by an unknown maker. Ex. Zeller Collection. Measures 5 inches wide rim to handle and 2.75 inches high. Very good condition.