English earthenware ewer in a Chinoiserie transfer pattern called Opium Smokers. Staffordshire, circa 1810-1820. Maker unknown but possibly Masons. The pattern name is misleading because the pipe being smoked is not an opium pipe. Ex. Zeller collection. Measures 9" high by 8.5" wide from spout to handle. Excellent condition.
18th to 19th century pair of Spanish stirrups. Wood frames overlaid with steel and cut brass. Completely original, very good estate condition. They each measure 10 inches long by 5 inches wide by 6 inches high.
Sunderland pearlware jug. Staffordshire, England, circa 1850. On one side is a 3 mast bark (barque), on the other side is the River Wear's iron bridge, and on the front is a sailor's sentiment. Measures 7" high x 9.25" handle to spout. Excellent condition.
Early 19th century copper French or German Kugelhopf or Bundt pan. Heavy gauge, tin lined, hand dovetailed. Very good condition. Measures 11 inches across and 5 inches high.
18th century French copper egg or escargot poaching pan. Unusually large size with 19 cups. Measures 19 inches x 2.5 inches. Very good condition for its age.