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Joseph Holdcroft English Majolica Rustic Dogwood Blossom and Branch Pitcher

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English Minton Aesthetic Movement Majolica Pineapple Palissy Pitcher
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From the Minton pottery in Staffordshire, England, a Majolica glazed pitcher in the Palissy style, formed as a pineapple, registered and dated October 5th, 1858. From a set of thr...
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English Minton Aesthetic Movement Majolica Pineapple Palissy Pitcher
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From the Minton pottery in Staffordshire, England, a Majolica glazed pitcher in the Palissy style, formed as a pineapple, registered and dated October 5th, 1858. From a set of thr...
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Wedgwood English Majolica Aesthetic Taste Snail Shell and Ivy Pitcher circa 1870
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Located in Philadelphia, PA
An English Wedgwood Majolica pitcher, an aesthetic movement mold showing a snail shell against sprays of climbing ivy on a tortoiseshell ground. A branch form handle, yellow ochre ri...
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English Minton Aesthetic Movement Majolica Nut, Leaf & Vine Pitchers, a Pair
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Attributed to Minton pottery in Staffordshire, England, a scarce sized set of majolica glazed pitchers in the Palissy style, circa 1870s. The Aesthetic Period pitchers are molded ...
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Warrilow and Cope, 19th C. English Staffordshire Majolica Country Cottage Jug
By Warrilow & Cope
Located in Philadelphia, PA
An English majolica pitcher shaped as a country cottage, by Warrilow & Cope – Wellington Pottery Works, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, circa 1880-1887. Charming in every way, English Iv...
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Frie Onnaing French Barbotine Majolica Cochon Au Jambon Pig & Ham Water Pitcher
By Onnaing
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A Classic French Barbotine Majolica pig water pitcher made by Frie Onnaing, circa 1921. Known as the “Cochon au Jambon,” a pig with a ham, the tan colored pig is crowned with an o...
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Enoch Wedgwood Majolica Pewter Lid King Charles Spaniel in Basket Syrup Pitcher
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A scarce and unusual English majolica syrup pitcher, register dated October 30th, 1877, to Enoch Wedgwood of Wedgwood & Co.  Enoch Wedgwood (1813-1879) was an English potter, founde...
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Saint Clément Vintage French Barbotine Majolica Gallic Rooster Absinthe Pitcher
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A vintage French Majolica glazed Absinthe water pitcher formed as a rooster, St. Clément, circa 1940-1950. The Gallic rooster, in French: le coq gaulois, is an unofficial national sy...
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Joseph Holdcroft Large Turquiose Bark Pitcher
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Majolica Mr. Pickwick Large Pitcher, England, circa 1885
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