John Howard

Recognized Dealer

Woodstock, OXFORDSHIRE

About John Howard

John and Linda founded Howard’s of Aberystwyth in 1976 where they specialised in antique English, Welsh and Scottish pottery from the 17th,18th and early19th centuries. Their policy is to supply the best examples possible of antique English, Welsh and Scottish ceramics mainly pottery. Their specializations are focused on early English pottery, Staffordshire pearlware figures English delftware, creamware and fine and rare examples of the best of British pottery. A large and quality inventory is maintained of English creamware especially the classic and elegant undecorate...Read More

John Howard

1stdibs Dealer Since 2012

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The British Antique Dealers' Association

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Offered By John Howard
Antique Late 18th Century England Regency Jars
Ceramic, Creamware, Pottery
Creamware pottery sander ( ink writing blotter) impressed Wedgwood circa 1775 period. This rare survivor is embellished with a contemporary silver trim at the base which adds an ex...
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Antique Early 19th Century England More Furniture and Collectibles
A rare pearlware "tree trunk" spill vase figure of a cow with farmer, a calf and a dog. Interestingly the cow is actually named "COW" on its back, an amusing to...
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Antique Mid-19th Century England Animal Sculptures
A pair of Staffordshire pearlware glaze pottery figures of a hen and a rooster. The birds are modeled sitting on yellow baskets with a blue flower in the centre. The figures are ex...
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Antique Early 19th Century United Kingdom Primitive More Furniture and C...
Ceramic, Earthenware, Pottery
Antique earthenware pottery relief molded plaque with a figure of a standing ram. The plaque is decorated in brown, green and buff oxide colors with a lead glaze often described as...
Offered By John Howard
Antique Mid-19th Century England Victorian Animal Sculptures
Ceramic, Clay, Earthenware, Pottery
A fine and rare pair of Staffordshire pottery roosters with exceptionally fine decoration. Exceptional quality and highly decorative.
Offered By John Howard
Antique Late 18th Century England George III Historical Memorabilia
Ceramic, Clay, Earthenware, Pottery
Antique pottery bust in colored glazes in the Ralph Wood fashion of the English poet "John Milton".
Ralph Salt
Offered By John Howard
Antique Early 19th Century England More Furniture and Collectibles
Pottery
Pair of Staffordshire Pottery Bocage Figures of a Ewe and Ram Made by Salt A pair of pearlware pottery figures of a white and brown sheep and ram both with a baby lamb modelled with...
Offered By John Howard
Antique Early 19th Century England More Furniture and Collectibles
A fine pottery figure of a standing horse on thin base and attributed to the St. Anthony's pottery Newcastle upon Tyne England. A charming and elegant example finely potted.
Offered By John Howard
Antique Late 18th Century England Adam Style Obelisks
Ceramic, Pottery
A rare and dramatic pair of pearlware pottery obelisks with faux marbled decoration in mochaware colours. The obelisks are modelled standing on square plinths with medallion in relie...
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Antique Late 18th Century England More Dining and Entertaining
A fine antique English pottery pearlware glaze teapot decorated in underglaze green and blue. The cover finial is a cherub blowing a trumpet.
Offered By John Howard
Antique Late 18th Century England Pottery
A very fine and rare Neale and Co. Creamware pottery jelly core-mould hand decorated with fruit in rich polychrome colours. This large scale piece was made in the late 18th century ...
Offered By John Howard
Antique Early 19th Century England More Furniture and Collectibles
Antique pottery hobbled legged cow creamer complete with the figure of a milking maid. This creamer figure would date to the beginning of the 19th century. Classic early features a...

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