Georgian Ceramics

First Period Worcester Openwork Basket
First Period Worcester Openwork Basket
Dr. Wall Worcester
Antique 1770s English George III Ceramics
Ceramic
The basket transfer printed in blue with the pine cone pattern to the interior, the pierced basket modelled externally with applied flower heads, bearing a hatched crescent mark to b...
Large First Period Worcester Punch Bowl, in the Precipice Pattern
Large First Period Worcester Punch Bowl, in the...
Dr. Wall Worcester
Antique 1760s English George III Ceramics
Ceramic
Well painted in a variant of the precipice pattern, marked with an open crescent to the base.
Massive Size Prattware Pitcher with Amorial, Prancing Horse
Massive Size Prattware Pitcher with Amorial, Pr...
Antique 19th Century English George III Pitchers
Ceramic, Earthenware, Pottery
Massive size prattware pitcher with amorial, prancing horse and dated 1805 initialed J F B. A stunning an very rare prattware pottery pitcher initialed J F B and dated 1805 a deco...
English Pottery Creamware Mocha Pottery Tankard
English Pottery Creamware Mocha Pottery Tankard
Antique Late 18th Century British Georgian Barware
Creamware
Mocha pottery tankard, early 19th century.     
Pottery Creamware Figure of a Foal, 18th-century.
Pottery Creamware Figure of a Foal, 18th-century.
Antique Late 18th Century English Georgian Ceramics
Creamware
The English creamware pottery model of a young horse is splashed with light brown glaze except fo the white around his brown eyes. He is sitting on a grass-covered mound. Most hor...
Wedgwood Creamware Soup Plate with German Ship Decoration.
Wedgwood Creamware Soup Plate with German Ship ...
Josiah Wedgwood
Antique 1780s English Georgian Pottery
Creamware
The Ship Flying the Flag of the Last German Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, Francis II , Circa 1775-90. The Wedgwood creamware plate depicts a naval vessel flying the flag of ...
Bow Porcelain Underglaze Blue Trompe L'oeil Leaf Dishes, Circa 1765
Bow Porcelain Underglaze Blue Trompe L'oeil Lea...
Antique 1760s English Georgian Ceramics
Porcelain
The Bow porcelain leaf dishes moulded and painted trompe l'oeil dishes are in the form of a vine leaf and are painted with vine leaves, grapes and insects in underglaze blue. Minor ...
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