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Pearlware teapots

Pearlware dark blue printed teapots with transfer pattern illustrating Commodore MacDonnough's Victory. Height 140mm and 175mm. Commodore Thomas MacDonnough defeated a British naval squadron, led by ...

Cupid series plate and saucer

Earthenware dark blue printed plate and saucer. Diameter of plate 195mm. These two patterns are 'The Young Philosopher' and 'Cupid Imprisoned'. The plate and saucer were excavated at St. Paul's Church, ...

Chinoiserie pattern plate

Earthenware dark blue printed plate. Diameter 200mm. The Chinese style became increasingly popular in Europe from the late 16th century onwards, influencing designs of furniture, silverware and architecture. Chinese ...

Children's plates and cup

Earthenware printed plates and cup. Height of cup 65mm . Pottery made specifically for children became increasingly popular from the early 19th century. The two plates have inscriptions, 'A reward for ...

Pearlware cherubs

Pearlware figures decorated with coloured glazes. Height 195mm. This pair of figures, of cherubs riding a lion and lioness, are attributed to John Wood of Brown Hills, Burslem.

Cat's eye decoration jugs and mug

Earthenware jugs and mug. Height of mug 80mm. Cat's eye decoration was achieved by using a three-chambered slip-bottle, patented in 1811, which allowed several colours of slip to be applied at once. ...

Blue painted wares

Earthenware painted chamber pot, teapots, plates and cup. Height of chamber pot 145 cm The chamber pot, teapots, plate and cup were excavated at Burslem Market Place in 1998.

Block mould and teapot

White salt-glazed stoneware. Height of mould 105mm. This block mould and teapot are heart-shaped with relief decoration of vine leaves and grapes.

Pearlware plates

Pearlware dark blue printed plates. Diameter of largest plate 265mm The source for the English Cities series was the book 'Picturesque Views of English Cities', published in January 1828, with engravings ...

Earthenware plate

Earthenware red printed plate, diameter 240mm. Giovanni Belzoni (1778-1823) was a collector of Egyptian antiquities. Although he enriched European collections and was seen as a romantic figure in the ...