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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Featured Pieces

Antique 1780-1789 United Kingdom George III Serving Pieces
Creamware
Antique 18th century plain white English creamware pottery melon tureen, probably Yorkshire Pottery. The tureen is a Classic and elegant silver shape. The cover has reticulated deco...
Antique Early 19th Century England George IV More Furniture and Collecti...
Ceramic, Earthenware, Pottery
Staffordshire pottery vase and cover, strongly decorated with a yellow ground and two panels in underglaze blue and white transfer with figures of Cossacks fighting on horseback. The...
Antique Early 19th Century England Figurative Sculptures
A fine antique Staffordshire pottery pearlware figure group of The Duke of Wellington. Several variations were made of the "Iron Duke" and for years the identity of this i...
Antique Early 19th Century England Folk Art Dinner Plates
Ceramic, Pottery
A rare collection of pearlware glaze pottery six chargers, dishes and plate with a blue shell edge and a stunning Pratt colored basket of flowers as the central feature. This pattern...
Antique Mid-19th Century England More Furniture and Collectibles
A well modelled and strikingly colored pheasant tureen. Staffordshire pearlware pottery early 19th century period. A fine example of this rare piece.
Antique Early 19th Century United Kingdom George IV More Furniture and C...
Ceramic, Porcelain
A very rare duo of British Porcelain figure groups on stepped oblong bases with gilt lines. The figures are modelled in deep relief with a flat back which gives a strong interesting...
Antique Late 17th Century England More Dining and Entertaining
A fine English delftware royal double portrait charger late 17th century probably London or possibly Brislington. The dish is painted with full length images of King William 111 and ...
Antique Early 19th Century United Kingdom Country Busts
Ceramic, Earthenware, Pottery
A very rare English pearlware pottery bust probably representing Queen Charlotte the wife of King George 111. The head is modelled on a square base which is decorated with purple ena...
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...
Antique Late 18th Century England Abstract Sculptures
A rare Staffordshire pottery figure of a cat seated on an oval base.  This early creamware bodied figure is well decorated in under glaze oxide colors.
Antique Early 19th Century England Animal Sculptures
A wonderfully naive figure of a saddled horse standing on a green base. The figure is simply decorated in pratt colours. This rare figure is in remarkably fine condition.
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...

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