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Pap Boat c1840 Maker: Cambrian Pottery  Pattern:Seaweed
Pap Boat c1840
This pap boat is decorated with the Seaweed sheet pattern, which was used by Dillwyn at the Cambrian Pottery at Swansea and also at the nearby Ynysmeudwy Pottery. It has a bulbous body, drawn into a fine spout. There is no maker's backstamp, but from the style and pattern we have attributed it to Dillwyn. Under the spout is a minor firing crack and inside the rim a small rim chip, which has been glazed over, both would have occurred during manufacture. The rim has a few minor nicks and wear, mainly to the inside. The glaze is generally sound with just a few small patches of crazing, mainly underneath. Overall the boat is bright and clean.
Dimensions: 11.5 cm long 5.5 cm wide at neck 5.5 cm high / 4.5 ins long 2 ins wide at neck 2 ins high
Our ref: 19CN24568
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Spitoon c1910 Maker: Cauldon  Pattern:Byzantium
Spitoon c1910
A most unusual piece in this fabulous pattern. Backstamp: J McD & S Co Cauldon Brown-Westhead Moore & Co Potters to her Majesty England. Cauldon England. (J McD & S refers to the retailer Jones McDuffee & Stratton Corp Boston) Light crazing otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 19 cm diameter at neck, 14.5 cm high / 7.5 ins diameter at neck, 5.75 ins high
Our ref: CAUL43091
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Feeding Cup c1865 Maker: Cork Edge and Malkin  Pattern:Missouri
Feeding Cup c1865
Delightful scene on this cup with a pretty border pattern. Backstamp: Missouri CE & M. Light all over crazing to the glaze with a little minor wear to the tip of the spout otherwise excellent condition. Potting is a little uneven around the inside rim but this is inconsequential.
Dimensions: 12 cm diameter, 7 cm high / 4.75 ins diameter, 2.75 ins high
Our ref: 19CN43482
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Feeding Cup c1825 Maker: Davenport  Pattern:Muleteer
Feeding Cup c1825
These invalid feeding cups are always a delight and this one is decorated in the collected Muleteer pattern by Davenport. A similar cup in this design is illustrated in The Dictionary of Blue and White Printed Pottery by Coysh & Henrywood Vol I, page 135. There is light crazing to the glaze and a little roughness around the tip of the spout, plus a small hairline of approximately 0.25 inch from the rim of the cup and a little very minor wear to the handle. Overall a really lovely piece. Blue printed cartouche backstamp Muleteer, Davenport.
Dimensions: 11 cm diameter 5.5 cm high / 4.25 ins diameter 2.5 ins high
Our ref: 19CN30301
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Spitoon c1900 Maker: Doulton  Pattern:Jessica
Spitoon c1900
Such a pretty piece for something with a very basic function! Floral pattern either side with a little floral detail on the inside rim.
Dimensions: 19 cm diameter, 18.5 cm high / 7.5 ins diameter, 7.25 ins high
Our ref: DOUL27711
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Vomit Pot c1835 Maker: Knight Elkin and Bridgwood  Pattern:Indian Temple
Vomit Pot c1835
A delightful little pot, with a goat in a floral park. Stress cracks, where the handle joins the pot, which occurred during firing. There is a little surface scratching inside and on the rim there is a minor nick, otherwise excellent condition. No maker's backstamp.
Dimensions: 13 cm diameter, 9 cm high / 5 ins diameter, 3.5 ins high
Our ref: 19CN35378
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Pap Boat c1830 Maker: Minton  Pattern:Florentine
Pap Boat c1830
This is such a pretty piece - lovely shape and gorgeous pattern. No backstamp. It has light crazing,a small chip to the side of the spout, a small hairline to the rim and a crack down one side. Sounds awful but on display is a very pretty little piece.
Dimensions: 12 cm x 6 cm & 4 cm high / 4.75 ins x 2.25 ins & 1.5 ins high
Our ref: 19CN40970
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Feeding Cup c1830 Maker: Minton  Pattern:Florentine
Feeding Cup c1830
This is absolutely gorgeous! Beautifully patterned on the top, around the body, the inside rim and along the line of the handle. Backstamp: Florentine Opaque China. Provenance W A Jackson Collection with identification label. Crazed with a little associated discolouration inside otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 12 cm diameter, 7 cm high / 4.75 ins diameter, 2.75 ins high
Our ref: 19CN43459
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Vomit Pot c1900 Maker: Minton  Pattern:Genevese
Vomit Pot c1900
Not to be confused with a small chamber pot! Backstamp: Mintons Genevese England. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: 15 cm diameter, 9.5 cm high / 6 ins diameter, 3.75 ins high
Our ref: MINT44689
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Spitoon c1835 Maker: Minton  Pattern:Verona
Spitoon c1835
A really lovely and unusual piece of 19th century Minton. The lid is crazed. It has a small hairline and a chip to the rim barely visible when in situ' The base is in superb condition. Not marked but definitely Minton.
Dimensions: 19.5 cm from spout to handle / 7.75 ins from spout to handle, 2.75 ins high
Our ref: 19CN30671
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Spittoon small c1845 Maker: Ridgway  Pattern:Humphreys Clock
Spittoon small c1845
Two part small spittoon with removable funnel. Humphreys Clock is a series of views depicting scenes from Dicken's stories. They are taken from the illustrations in the magazine, in which Dicken's stories were first published, and Ridgway & Co introduced a complete range of table and other wares in the 1840s, decorated with these scenes. Backstamp: Humphrey's Clock. Underneath there is a very small chip and a little wear. There is a little wear around the rim and to the handle and a little excess clay to the top of the handle. The funnel has light all over crazing with a small minor hairline and is very worn around the rim. Overall a delightful piece.
Dimensions: 9. cm high 9 cm diameter / 3.5 ins high 3.5 ins diameter
Our ref: 19CN40194
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Pap Boat c1840 Maker: Ridgway  Pattern:Humphreys Clock
Pap Boat c1840
Humphreys Clock is a series of views depicting scenes from Dicken's stories. They are taken from the illustrations in the magazine, in which Dicken's stories were first published, and Ridgway & Co introduced a complete range of table and other wares in the 1840s, decorated with these scenes. Pap boats were used to feed pap to invalids or infants. Pap was made from flour or bread boiled in water and apparently an egg, dash of beer, rum or brandy might be added to provide extra sustenance! These idiosyncratic survivors of another age have become strongly collected today. No backstamp. A few minor signs of age, overall excellent condition.
Dimensions: 11.5 cm long 6.5 cm high at spout / 4.5 ins long 2.5 ins high at spout
Our ref: 19CN24444
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Feeding Cup c1840 Maker: Spode  Pattern:British Flowers
Feeding Cup c1840
Very pretty feeding cup in this lovely floral pattern. Backstamp: Copeland & Garrett New Blanch and collection label W A Hackson H 4. Fine crazing with small minor manufacturing blemish to the body and touch of wear to the tip of the spout, overall excellent condition.
Dimensions: 10 cm diameter, 6.5 cm high / 4 ins diameter, 2.5 ins high
Our ref: 19CN43460
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Feeding Cup c1850 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Tower
Feeding Cup c1850
Lovely cup printed in the lighter shade of Tower. Backstamp: Copeland Late Spode. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: 10 cm diameter / 4 ins diameter
Our ref: 19CN44808
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Spittoon c1860 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Tower
Spittoon c1860
A two piece spittoon or spitting pot with a funnel sitting over the rim of the mug style container. Spode and later Copeland made several styles of spitting pot, which were clearly in demand. They are difficult to find these days. The mug container has a hairline crack running down from the rim for about 1.25ins. The funnel is fine. The glaze is lightly crazed on both pieces. Blue printed backstamp Copeland Late Spode, which was in use from 1847 to 1890.
Dimensions: 9 cm diameter 9.5 cm / 3.5 ins diameter 3.75 ins high
Our ref: TOWR22393
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Feeding Cup c1860 Maker: Unattributed Maker  Pattern:Arcadian Chariots
Feeding Cup c1860
Arcadian Chariots is a tantalising design. It is considered by many to be 19th Century, but when pieces do turn up they often look to be early 20th Century. Indeed, we have seen two marked pieces by Wardle, which would date from c1910-1920. Most are resolutely unmarked, as is this feeding cup, which has all the signs of dating from around 1860. The Verreville Pottery, Glasgow under both Kidston and Cochran (1833 to 1918) produced a design called Grecian, where the main scene is identical, although the border was different, rather more floral with chariot vignettes and a neat Greek key line beneath. Then early in the 1900s Cauldon introduced their Chariot pattern, again with the same main scene, but with a different classical border. Invalid feeding cups are now of another age, but are popular with collectors today; so an unusual piece and such a pretty shape. It does have some crazing to the glaze, which in some areas has taken up a little light staining. There are two small areas of visible restoration to the rim, one small restoration underneath the rim of the cover and a small firing crack in the spout which can just be seen. All in all a decorative piece, possibly Scottish, but maker unknown.
Dimensions: 11.5 cm diameter 15 cm to spout 6.5 cm high / 4.5 ins diameter 6 ins to spout 2.5 ins high
Our ref: 19CN24330
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Feeding Cup c1860 Maker: Unattributed Maker  Pattern:Arcadian Chariots
Feeding Cup c1860
Arcadian Chariots is a tantalising design. It is considered by many to be 19th Century, but when pieces do turn up they often look to be early 20th Century. Indeed, we have seen marked pieces by Wardle, which would date from c1910-1920. Most are resolutely unmarked, as is this feeding cup, which has all the signs of dating from around 1860. The Verreville Pottery, Glasgow under both Kidston and Cochran (1833 to 1918) produced a design called Grecian, where the main scene is identical, although the border was different, rather more floral with chariot vignettes and a neat Greek key line beneath. Then early in the 1900s Cauldon introduced their Chariot pattern, again with the same main scene, but with a different classical border. Invalid feeding cups are now of another age, but are popular with collectors today; so an unusual piece and such a pretty shape. It does have some crazing to the glaze and a discreet hairline running down from the rim for about 1.5" or 3 cm. This is unusually large for a feeding cup and is a decorative piece, probably Scottish, but maker unknown.
Dimensions: 13.5 cm diameter 17 cm to spout 6.5 cm high / 5.25 ins diameter 6.75 ins to spout 2.5 ins high
Our ref: CHAR26763
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Feeding Cup c1860 Maker: Unattributed Maker  Pattern:Arcadian Chariots
Feeding Cup c1860
Arcadian Chariots is a tantalising design. It is considered by many to be 19th Century, but when pieces do turn up they often look to be early 20th Century. Indeed, we have seen marked pieces by Wardle, which would date from c1910-1920. Most are resolutely unmarked, as is this feeding cup, which has all the signs of dating from around 1860. The Verreville Pottery, Glasgow under both Kidston and Cochran (1833 to 1918) produced a design called Grecian, where the main scene is identical, although the border was different, rather more floral with chariot vignettes and a neat Greek key line beneath. Then in the 1920s Cauldon introduced their Chariot pattern, again with the same main scene, but with a different classical border. Invalid feeding cups are now of another age, but are popular with collectors today; so an unusual piece and such a pretty shape. This is unusually large for a feeding cup and is a decorative piece, probably Scottish, but maker unknown. Light crazing otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 13.5 cm diameter 6.5 cm high / 5.25 ins diameter 2.5 ins high
Our ref: 19cn29816
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Pap Boat c1860 Maker: Unattributed Maker  Pattern:Asiatic Pheasants
Pap Boat c1860
A gorgeous little piece and extremely rare in Asiatic Pheasants. The potting is quite chunky, but it is well made and printed. The glaze is crazed, but still bright and clean. No makers backstamp.
Dimensions: 11.5 cm from spout to side, 4.5 cm high / 4.5 ins from spout to side, 1.75 ins high
Our ref: ASPH31253
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Vomit Pot c1850 Maker: Unattributed Maker  Pattern:Asiatic Pheasants
Vomit Pot c1850
A most unusual piece, superb quality and in excellent condition. Only backstamp is a brown printed potters mark.
Dimensions: 14.5 cm diameter, 10 cm high / 5.75 ins diameter, 4 ins high
Our ref: ASPHS29302
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Spitoon c1830 Maker: Unattributed Maker  Pattern:Bridge
Spitoon c1830
A lovely decorative piece for such a functional item! No backstamp. Light crazing to the glaze and there is a chip under the rim, otherwise absolutely fine. A superb piece.
Dimensions: 14.5 cm diameter at top, 11 cm high / 5.75 ins diameter at top, 4.25 ins high
Our ref: 19CN43474
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Feeding Cup c1840 Maker: Unattributed Maker  Pattern:Two Temples
Feeding Cup c1840
Printed in a pale blue. No backstamp. Fine all over crazing with some wear to the rim and wear and discolouration to the spout.
Dimensions: 11.5 cm diameter, 7 cm high / 4.5 ins diameter, 2.75 ins high
Our ref: 19CN43483
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Vomit Pot c1840 Maker: Unattributed Maker  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern
Vomit Pot c1840
This is a lovely little piece. It has a couple of quite discreet restorations - one to a rim chip, the other to a rim chip and possible hairline running down from it. Otherwise it has some light crazing and a little surface scratching inside to the base. Despite these it is a lovely little piece.
Dimensions: 11 cm diameter, 7.5 cm high / 4.25 ins diameter, 3 ins high
Our ref: 19CN32403
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Feeding Cup c1840 Maker: Unattributed Maker  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern
Feeding Cup c1840
Pretty feeding cup with lovely floral border to the inside rim and along the line of the handle. No backstamp. Provenance label W A Jackson. Light all over crazing with some mottling inside. There is a tiny tiny hairline to the top otherwise absolutely fine. A lovely cup.
Dimensions: 11 cm diameter, 7.5 cm high / 4.25 ins diameter, 3 ins high
Our ref: 19CN43458
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Pap Boat c1830s Maker: Unattributed Maker  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern
Pap Boat c1830s
The maker and pattern, so far, remain unidentified, although we have seen feeding cups and infant bottles in the same or similar design. Pap boats were used to feed pap to invalids or infants. Pap was made from flour or bread boiled in water and apparently an egg, dash of beer, rum or brandy might be added to provide extra sustenance! These idiosyncratic survivors of another age have become strongly collected today. This boat has survived undamaged. The glaze is crazed and has taken up some light staining mainly inside and on the bottom. There no backstamp, except a blue printed diamond.
Dimensions: 12.5 cm long 4 cm high to spout / 5 ins long 1.5 ins high to spout
Our ref: 19CN24445
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Feeding Cup c1830 Maker: Unattributed Maker  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern
Feeding Cup c1830
Invalid feeding cup decorated with a pretty floral "sheet" pattern. It is in immaculate condition and may never have been used, probably because only two of the four holes in the "internal" gate are partially clear. Two were left blocked, when the cup was made! There is a tiny nick on the end of the spout, which is glazed over and a couple of minor stress cracks where the cover meets the bowl, which all occured during manufacture. No maker's mark or backstamp.
Dimensions: 10 cm diameter 6 cm high / 4 ins diameter 2.25 ins high
Our ref: 19CN24608
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Spitoon c1840 Maker: Unattributed Maker  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern
Spitoon c1840
Bone china. An absolutely gorgeous piece with same rural scene either side and very pretty floral border to the cover and along the line of the handle. There is just a little very minor mottling around the foot and to the rim of the cover otherwise in superb condition.
Dimensions: 10.5 cm high, 10.5 cm diameter / 4 ins high, 4 ins diameter
Our ref: 19CN40069
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Feeding Bottle Childs c1835 Maker: Unattributed Maker  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern
Feeding Bottle Childs c1835
A most unusual piece in a charming pattern. No backstamp. Light all over crazing with a little minor discolouration. There are a couple of hairlines and a little loss of glaze at one end and along one side, and some damage to the central hole and spout. Overall a lovely piece.
Dimensions: 18 cm long, 9 cm wide / 7 ins long, 3.5 ins wide
Our ref: 19CN43869
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Vomit Pot c1845 Maker: Unattributed Maker  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern
Vomit Pot c1845
A lovely little pot, especially if you can forget the purpose it was originally made for! An all over floral pattern - white flowers on a blue background. There are some white parts showing, where the transfer has not been applied too well. It has some light crazing and there is a small hairline where the handle joins the pot. Overall though in good condition and it still shines like new!
Dimensions: 12.5 cm diameter, 9 cm high / 5 ins diameter, 3.5 ins high
Our ref: 19CN32419
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Feeding Bottle Childs c1830 Maker: Unattributed Maker  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern
Feeding Bottle Childs c1830
A lovely unusual piece printed in a pretty flow blue floral pattern. It is crazed and has some light associated discolouration with a little wear around the rim, but overall a lovely little piece. No makers backstamp.
Dimensions: 18.5 cm long / 7.25 ins long
Our ref: 19CN35640
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Pap Boat c1840 Maker: Unattributed Maker  Pattern:Willow
Pap Boat c1840
Lovely little piece so finely potted that it is as light as a feather! No backstamp. Light crazing with a touch of discolouration and a few glazing blemishes inside to the base. There is a tiny scratch on the body otherwise lovely condition.
Dimensions: 12 cm x 5.5 cm & 4 cm high / 4.75 ins x 2.25 ins & 1.5 ins high
Our ref: WLPT44094
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Pap Boat c1840 Maker: Unattributed Maker  Pattern:Willow
Pap Boat c1840
Lovley little piece with main Willow pattern around the body, border pattern around the inside rim and small cartouche inside to the base. No backstamp. It has a little wear and some loss of glaze here and there and a little discolouration and roughness to the glaze inside. Overall a lovely little piece.
Dimensions: 11.5 cm long, 5 cm high / 4.5 ins long, 2 ins high
Our ref: WLPT41457
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