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STONEWARE BELLERMINE JUG, CIRCA 1685.
This is a really beautiful mottled brown glazed example featuring the face of the bearded man on the shoulder and large coat of arms on the belly of the bellermine. The jug dates to about circa 1685. Height just under 9 inches. No cracks or repairs, the jug shows light age wear as you would expect after more than 300 years.

Code: 1942Price: 650.00 GBP


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VERY RARE ENGLISH STONEWARE HAMILTON BOTTLE.
A very attractive brown glazed stoneware point based hamilton bottle for mineral water with a short neck and blob type lip.The bottle is impressed, BELPER & DENBY POTTERIES DERBYSHIRE, VITREOUS STONE BOTTLES, J.BOURNE PATENTEE, WARRANTED NOT TO ABSORB EX3, the bottle can be dated from this makers mark from 1812-1834 period.The bottle is in superb condition and the only damage is a very small chip from the reverse side of the bottle, but over all it is in remarkable condition considering it's age and it is a beautiful example of a very rare mineral water bottle.

Code: 1927Price: 750.00 GBP


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MINIATURE TRANSFERED PRINTED GINGER BEER BOTTLE.
This is a large size miniature which measures about 6cm in height and they are more desirable than the very small type. The bottle features honey colored top with white body with under glaze black print, WARRINGTON LANE WIGAN, with diamond trade mark to the center of the bottle.The bottle dates from the late Victorian or Edwardian period. A very nice and rare miniature ginger beer bottle in mint condition.

Code: 1917Price: 385.00 GBP


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ENGLISH STONEWARE REFORM FLASK, LORD RUSSELL.
A very nice reform flask dating to about 1835 and modeled as Lord Russel, the detail to the face is exceptional, he is holding a scroll which is incised, THE TRUE SPIRIT OF REFORM and below this, LORD JOHN RUSSELL.The reverse side has the makers details, BELPER AND DENBY BOURNES POTTERIES DERBYSHIRE. A really nice flask in mint condition.

Code: 1878Price: 300.00 GBP


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BROUGHAM STONEWARE REFORM FLASK BY DOULTON & WATTS.
A very nice stoneware reform flask dating to about 1835 and modeled as Lord Brougham, he is holding a scroll which is incised, THE TRUE SPIRIT OF REFORM, and below this, BROUGHAMS REFORM CORDIAL. The reverse side has manufacturers details, DOULTON & WATTS with address details.The flask is in perfect condition other than a small scuff on the reverse side on the makers details.

Code: 1877Price: 250.00 GBP


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WILLIAM THE IV STONEWARE REFORM FLASK.
English stoneware flask modeled as King William the VI, he is depicted wearing a uniform with military awards with inscription, WILLIAM IV TH'S REFORM CORDIAL.The reverse side has pottery details, BELPER & DENBY BOURNES POTTERIES DERBYSHIRE. Height 8 inches, circa 1835.

Code: 1872Price: 300.00 GBP


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SIR ROBERT PEEL STONEWARE SPIRIT FLASK.
This is a rare example but it has some minor damage.This stoneware flask is modeled as Sir Robert Peel with excellent detail to the face and clothing.The flask is impressed, THE RIGHT HONBLE SIR ROBERT PEEL BART MP. The reverse side is impressed with pottery details, OLDFIELD & CO MAKERS. Condition report, there is a faint hairline crack on the obverse side running from base to just above the inscription, the nose has been restored to a good standard, the reverse side at the base has a small chip which has been repaired it is OK but could be improved. Height 9 inches. Sir Robert Peel was a politician, Prim Minster and the founder of the British police force, this flask would probably appeal to a stoneware collector but also to a collector of police memorabilia. The flask dates to about 1835 / 40. This is a rare flask which would benefit from professional restoration.

Code: 1866Price:


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MR & MRS CAUDLE STONEWARE FLASK.
A stoneware spirit flask, the obverse side featuring a man and woman in bed with the inscription, MR & MRS CAUDLE, and bellow this in a medallion seal, NO MR CAUDLE I SHALL NOT GO TO SLEEP LIKE A GOOD SAUL SEE PUNCH. The reverse side depicts Miss Prettyman in long dress and bonnet. Circa 1835. Height just under 9 inches. There is one small insignificant chip at base and also a very faint hairline crack running from the base to the tittle of the flask but it is difficult to see and especially when displayed and it is priced accordingly.

Code: 1867Price: 168.00 GBP


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EARLY VICTORIAN STONEWARE SPIRIT FLASK MODELED AS A FLINT LOCK PISTOL.
A fine quality early Victorian spirit flask which is modeled as a flint lock pistol, pottery stamps for the Fulham pottery. Often these pistols are damaged or repaired, this example is the exception as it is in perfect condition.

Code: 1854Price:


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PICTORIAL STONE GINGER BEER BOTTLE.
Champaign shape stoneware two tone ginger beer bottle with under glaze black transfer, JULIUS PETERS HULL, with large and highly detailed black transfer of a bison. Pearson's pottery stamp to side of bottle. The bottle is in perfect condition with no chips cracks or repairs and it has a good sharp print, much better than most.

Code: 1792Price: 38.00 GBP

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