John Howard

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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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Featured Pieces

Staffordshire Pottery Figure of a Cat in the Emile Galle Style, circa 1900
Staffordshire Pottery Figure of a Cat in the Em...
Antique Early 1900s English Ceramics
Pottery
Dated: 1900 Staffordshire, England This comical English pottery figure of a green-colored seated cat inspired by a model made initially by Emile Galle of Nancy France. The cat is ...
English Period Delftware Wall Pocket Probably Liverpool, Mid-18th Century
English Period Delftware Wall Pocket Probably L...
Antique 1750s English Pottery
Pottery
A bluish-white tin-glazed earthenware pottery delftware wall pocket with modeled decorative features showing a female and satyr's head. The thickly applied glaze adds a touch of indi...
Antique Porcelain Staffordshire Tulip Shaped Flower Vases, circa 1835
Antique Porcelain Staffordshire Tulip Shaped Fl...
Antique 1830s English Ceramics
Porcelain
Antique porcelain Staffordshire tulip shaped flower vases, circa 1835 A pair of highly decorative porcelain tulip-shaped vases made in Staffordshire England in the early 19th cent...
Antique English Staffordshire Earthenware Slip Decorated Pitcher Initialed, 1816
Antique English Staffordshire Earthenware Slip ...
Antique 1810s English Pitchers
Earthenware
Dated: 1816 Staffordshire, England A slipware earthenware pitcher with a dark brown ground with dark honey-colored trailing slip decoration with the initials T:B and the date 30 M...
Rare and Important Gestingthorpe Pottery Gotch or Ale Jug Dated 1764
Rare and Important Gestingthorpe Pottery Gotch ...
Antique 1760s English Ceramics
Pottery
Dated: 1764 Gestingthorpe Sussex Essex border England A very rare Gotch ale pot made by the Gestingthorpe Pottery which was located on the Essex Suffolk border. This large scale p...
Large Earthenware Slipware Circular Baking or Loaf Dish with Trailing Decoration
Large Earthenware Slipware Circular Baking or L...
Antique 1790s English Pottery
Ceramic, Pottery
A large striking earthenware slipware loaf baking dish on a dark chocolate brown ground with a creamy trailing slip decoration executed boldly and competently. The dish has an additi...
Pair of English Delftware Polychrome Decorated Chargers of Exceptional Quality
Pair of English Delftware Polychrome Decorated ...
Antique 1750s English Ceramics
Ceramic, Pottery
An excellent pair of delftware dishes decorated with birds, flowers, and insects in polychrome colors. The rare pair have wonderful decorative appeal and are the work of the Bristol ...
Antique Prattware Pottery Cow Creamer Figure, circa 1800
Antique Prattware Pottery Cow Creamer Figure, c...
Antique Early 1800s English Ceramics
Ceramic, Pottery
A exceptional fine and rare Prattware pearl ware pottery cow creamer with milk maid. Every feature on this figure exudes quality, the modelling of the milk-maid, the sublime touch of...
Prattware Pottery Spirit Flask Decorated with Dark Ochre and Blue Flowers, 1815
Prattware Pottery Spirit Flask Decorated with D...
Antique 1810s English Ceramics
Ceramic, Pottery
Prattware pottery spirit flask decorated with dark ochre and blue flowers, 1815 Staffordshire England. A fine example of a prattware pottery spirit flask decorated with dark ochr...
Yorkshire Pottery Quintel Vases with Floral Decoration by Don Pottery, 1815
Yorkshire Pottery Quintel Vases with Floral Dec...
Antique 1810s English Ceramics
Ceramic, Pottery
A very fine quality pair of pearl ware glazed pottery quintel vases expertly hand decorated with various flowers. The five fingers have a shell edge, a highly popular technique at th...
English Pottery Figure of a Ram in the Form of a Money Box Early 19th Century
English Pottery Figure of a Ram in the Form of ...
Antique 1820s English Ceramics
Ceramic, Pottery
A naive buff-colored clay pottery figure of a ram in the form of a money box bank. The piece is modeled standing on a grassy base decorated in an abstract manner. Probably North Coun...
English Pottery Prattware Figure of a Rural Sportman with Gun and Game Bird
English Pottery Prattware Figure of a Rural Spo...
Antique Late 18th Century Ceramics
Ceramic, Pottery
Dated: 1790-1810 England An English pottery figure of a rural sportsman holding a resting gun and game bird. The character is modeled standing on a green mound on a square plinth ...

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