John Howard

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Woodstock, GB
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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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The British Antique Dealers' Association

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Featured Pieces

Saint George Slaying the Dragon Staffordshire Pottery Figure, Late 18th Century
Saint George Slaying the Dragon Staffordshire P...
Antique 1780s English Ceramics
Ceramic, Earthenware, Pottery
An exceptionally fine and decorative figure group pf St.George slaying the dragon. A strong striking example, decorated with various coloured glazes, a classic sculptural figure ce...
Medieval Tile Relief Type with Oak Leaves 14th Century England
Medieval Tile Relief Type with Oak Leaves 14th ...
Antique 15th Century and Earlier English Medieval Ceramics
Ceramic, Pottery
Medieval 14th century earthenware floor tile line impressed relief molded type with oak leaves. Similar tiles have been found at Acton Burnell in Shropshire. Examples also recorded f...
Italian Renaissance Period Maiolica Dish with the Mark of Virgiliotto Calamelli
Italian Renaissance Period Maiolica Dish with t...
Antique 16th Century Italian Renaissance Ceramics
Ceramic, Pottery
Circular Renaissance pottery dish with elaborate blue scrolling decoration, the center panel with a ducal armorial in polychrome colors of a cardinal. The reverse of the piece bears ...
Antique Earthenware Slipware Comb Decorated Dish circa 1800 English
Antique Earthenware Slipware Comb Decorated Dis...
Antique Early 1800s English Ceramics
Earthenware, Pottery
Earthenware slipware comb decorated baking or loaf dish made in England in the 1800 period. Dimensions: 18.00 inch wide 15.00 inch deep Literature: Figure reference 331 and 332...
Staffordshire Pottery Pearlware Group with Bold Title Prepare to Meet Thy God
Staffordshire Pottery Pearlware Group with Bold...
Obadiah Sherratt
Antique 1820s English Ceramics
Ceramic, Pearlware, Pottery
A rare version of the famous "Sherratt" PREPARE TO MEET THY GOD group made in the early 19th century. This group is modeled on a rainbow base. The group is adorned with Masonic symbo...
London Delftware Blue Dash Oak Leaf Charger, Late 17th Century
London Delftware Blue Dash Oak Leaf Charger, La...
Antique 1680s English Ceramics
Ceramic, Earthenware, Delft, Pottery
Delftware pottery charger boldly painted in the centre with a large turquoise and blue oak leaf and blue and yellow berries within a roundel surrounded by four oak leaves alternating...
Lion and Lambs by John and Rebecca Lloyd, Shelton Staffordshire
Lion and Lambs by John and Rebecca Lloyd, Shelt...
Antique 1830s English Ceramics
Ceramic, Pottery
Antique period Staffordshire ceramic figures by John and Rebecca Lloyd of Shelton Staffordshire. The pair are exceptionally appealing with very distinctive modeling especially the ma...
Antique Agateware Earthenware Decorative Balls Four in Total, 18th Century
Antique Agateware Earthenware Decorative Balls ...
Antique 1780s English Pottery
Ceramic, Agate, Earthenware
Four rare and various sized agateware earthenware pottery decorative balls. They are expertly made with elaborate designs within circular motifs featuring star shapes. The design and...
Scratch Blue Saltglaze Loving Cup Made in Staffordshire Mid-18th Century Period
Scratch Blue Saltglaze Loving Cup Made in Staff...
Antique 1750s English Ceramics
Ceramic
A rare scratch-blue decorated saltglaze loving cup with incised images of flowers and foliage. Made in Staffordshire in the mid-18th century. The unglazed underside of the base has a...
Antique English Slipware Circular Dish, Late 18th Century
Antique English Slipware Circular Dish, Late 18...
Antique 1790s English Ceramics
Ceramic, Earthenware, Pottery
Circular earthenware slip decorated baking dish with a continuous buff colored slip design of curls and loops. The piece is in fine order with some wear in the center commensurate wi...
English Pottery Blue Dash Charger with King William on Horseback 17th Century
English Pottery Blue Dash Charger with King Wil...
Antique 1690s English Ceramics
Ceramic, Delft, Pottery
English delftware polychrome blue dash border charger with the image of the monarch King William riding on horseback. The portrait is flanked by the letters "WR". This striking histo...
Staffordshire Pearlware Figure of a Bull and Bull Terrier on Green Base
Staffordshire Pearlware Figure of a Bull and Bu...
Antique 1780s English Ceramics
Pearlware, Pottery
A well-modelled pottery figure of a bull and a bull terrier standing on a green base. The group is of a good size and proportion with a sculptural impact. Late 18th century.  

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