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.
Antique Wedgwood mortar and pestle, stamped 'Wedgwood Best Composition 6.' Very good original condition. Some wear commensurate with age and utility. The pestle measures 9 inches long, and the mortar measures 4.75 inches high by 8 inches wide.
Set of four graduated burl wood bowls. Artisan made. Lathe turned by hand with incised rims. The largest bowl is 4.5 inches high x 9.75 inches across; the second is 8 inches across; the third is 6 inches across; and the smallest is 4 inches across. Burl wood is very dense and brittle. It requires the skill of a master craftsman to hand turn such fine thin bowls without cracking or splitting them.
E L P Norton Bennington VT 2-gallon stoneware jug with flower decoration in deep cobalt blue. Excellent condition. Measures 13 inches tall.
Large Georgian mahogany cutlery tray with scalloped sides and handle. English, circa 1800. Single board bottom, tapered sides and large cut out heart for the handle grip. Measures 14 x 16.5 inches across the top, and 11.5 x 13.5 inches across the bottom; 4.5 inches high. Excellent condition.