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ON FREE PUBLIC VIEW 


AT THE AMERICAN ART GALLERIES 

MADISON SQUARE SOUTH, NEW YORK 

BEGINNING THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1915 

AND CONTINUING UNTIL THE DATE OF SALE 


THE RARE AND CHOICE COLLECTION 

FORMED BY THE CONNOISSEUR 


DR. PLEASANT HUNTER 


OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY 


UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE 

THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY AFTERNOONS 

NOVEMBER 18th, 19th and 20th, 1915 
BEGINNING AT 2.30 O’CLOCK 



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No. 294— BUST OF ALEXANDER 


ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE 


OF AN IMPORTANT COLLECTION 

OF 

RARE AND CHOICE SPECIMENS OF 

OLD ENGLISH AND AMERICAN 

CHINA 

BLUE AND MILK-WHITE GLASS 
SHEFFIELD PLATE AND 
OTHER INTERESTING OBJECTS 

COLLECTED BY THE CONNOISSEUR 

Dr. Pleasant Hunter 

OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY 

CATALOGUED BY THE OWNER, ASSISTED BY 
DR. EDWIN ATLEE BARBER, DIRECTOR OF THE PENNSYLVANIA 
MUSEUM, PHILADELPHIA, WHO EXAMINED AND AU- 
THENTICATED THE SPECIMENS 


TO BE SOLD AT 
UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE 

AT THE AMERICAN ART GALLERIES 

MADISON SQUARE SOUTH 

ON THE AFTERNOONS HEREIN STATED 


THE SALE WILL BE CONDUCTED BY 
MR. THOMAS E. KIRBY 

AND HIS ASSISTANT, Mr. OTTO BeRNET 

OF THE AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, MANAGERS 
NEW YORK 
1915 



THE AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION 
DESIGNS ITS CATALOGUES AND DIRECTS 
ALL DETAILS OF ILLUSTRATION 
TEXT AND TYPOGRAPHY 


CONDITIONS OF SALE 

1. Any bid which is merely a nominal or fractional advance 
may be rejected by the auctioneer, if, in his judgment, such bid 
would be likely to affect the sale injuriously. 

2. The highest bidder shall be the buyer, and if any dis- 
pute arise between two or more bidders, the auctioneer shall either 
decide the same or put up for re-sale the lot so in dispute. 

3. Payment shall be made of all or such part of the pur- 
chase money as may be required, and the names and addresses 
of the purchasers shall be given immediately on the sale of every 
lot, in default of which the lot so purchased shall be immediately 
put up again and re-sold. 

Payment of that part of the purchase money not made at 
the time of sale shall be made within ten days thereafter, in 
default of which the undersigned may either continue to hold the 
lots at the risk of the purchaser and take such action as may be 
necessary for the enforcement of the sale, or may at public or 
private sale, and without other than this notice, re-sell the lots 
for the benefit of such purchaser, and the deficiency (if any) 
arising from such re-sale shall be a charge against such purchaser. 

4. Delivery of any purchase will be made only upon pa} r - 
ment of the total amount due for all purchases at the sale. 

Deliveries will be made on sales days between the hours of 
9 A. M. and 1 P. M., and on other days — except holidays — between 
the hours of 9 A. M. and 5 P. M. 

Delivery of any purchase will be made only at the American 
Art Galleries, or other place of sale, as the case may be, and 
only on presenting the bill of purchase. 

Delivery may be made, at the discretion of the Association, 
of any purchase during the session of the sale at which it was sold. 

5. Shipping, boxing or wrapping of purchases is a business 
in which the Association is in no wise engaged, and will not be 
performed by the Association for purchasers. The Association 
will, however, afford to purchasers every facility for employing 
at current and reasonable rates carriers and packers; doing so, 
however, without any assumption of responsibility on its part 
for the acts and charges of the parties engaged for such service. 

G. Storage of any purchase shall be at the sole risk of the 
purchaser. Title passes upon the fall of the auctioneer’s hammer, 
and thereafter, while the Association will exercise due caution in 
caring for and delivering such purchase, it will not hold itself 
responsible if such purchase be lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed. 


Storage charges will be made upon all purchases not removed 
within ten days from the date of the sale thereof. 

7. Guarantee is not made either by the owner or the Asso- 
ciation of the correctness of the description, genuineness or 
authenticity of any lot, and no sale will be set aside on account 
of any incorrectness, error of cataloguing, or any imperfection 
not noted. Every lot is on public exhibition one or more days 
prior to its sale, after which it is sold “as is” and without recourse. 

The Association exercises great care to catalogue every lot 
correctly, and will give consideration to the opinion of any trust- 
worthy expert to the effect that any lot has been incorrectly 
catalogued, and, in its judgment, may either sell the lot as cata- 
logued or make mention of the opinion of such expert, who thereby 
would become responsible for such damage as might result were 
his opinion without proper foundation. 

SPECIAL NOTICE. 

Buying or bidding by the Association for responsible parties 
on orders transmitted to it by mail, telegraph or telephone, will 
be faithfully attended to without charge or commission. Any 
purchase so made will be subject to the above Conditions of Sale, 
which cannot in any manner be modified. The Association, how- 
ever, in the event of making a purchase of a lot consisting of 
one or more books for a purchaser who has not, through himself 
or his agent, been present at the exhibition or sale, will permit 
such lot to be returned within ten days from the date of sale, 
and the purchase money will be returned, if the lot in any material 
manner differs from its catalogue description. 

Orders for execution by the Association should be written 
and given with such plainness as to leave no room for misunder- 
standing. Not only should the lot number be given, but also the 
title, and bids should be stated to be so much for the lot, and 
when the lot consists of one or more volumes of books or objects 
of art, the bid per volume or piece should also be stated. If the 
one transmitting the order is unknown to the Association, a deposit 
should be sent or reference submitted. Shipping directions should 
also be given. 

Priced copies of the catalogue of any sale, or any session 
thereof, will be furnished by the Association at a reasonable charge. 

AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, 

American Art Galleries, 
Madison Square South, 

New York City. 


PREFATORY NOTE 

The first part of Doctor Hunter’s collection of pottery 
and porcelain was sold in January, 1913. The second part, 
now about to be disposed of, is fully equal in quality and 
variety, the majority of the pieces being of a high standard. 
Indeed, many of them are such as seldom find their way into 
auction sales in this country, while some of them may be 
considered to be unique. This is particularly the case with 
the Bennington Ware, some of the Turner pieces, Lustres, 
Whieldon, Wedgwood, Elers, Soft Paste Lowestoft, Worces- 
ter and Salt-Glaze. Stated in a few words, the collection 
covers a wide range of British and American wares, and 
shows evidence of having been selected with great care and 
excellent judgment. 

Edwin A. Barber. 

Philadelphia, 

October 30, 1915. 



THE AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION 

MANAGERS 


SALE AT THE AMERICAN ART GALLERIES 
COLLECTION OF DR. PLEASANT HUNTER 
Afternoons of Thursday, Friday and Saturday 
November 18th, 19th and 20th, 1915 


To save time and to prevent mistakes each Purchaser 
will oblige the Managers by filling in this slip and hand- 
ing it to the Record Clerk or Sales Attendant on making 
the first purchase. 


Purchaser’s Name 
Address in Full 


Amount of Deposit 



FIRST AFTERNOON’S SALE 


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1915 

AT THE AMERICAN ART GALLERIES 

BEGINNING AT 2.30 O’CLOCK 

Glass Ware; Bennington Ware; Historical Blue; Soft 
Paste Lowestoft; Chinese “Lowestoft” (so called); 
Copper and Gold Lustre. 

Which includes Catalogue Nos. 1 to 200. 


GLASS WARE 


'fy. Wl ' 


1 — Pair of Glass Bottles 


U2_ Eagle on one side. Masonic emblem on the other. 


* r Heiglit, 9 inches. 


JI rigid , 9 inches. 


2 — Two Glass Bottles 
■}_ j » Jenny Lind. Different. 


Yl/y V ioVUorCtij 



Height, 9% inches. 


3 — Two Glass Bottles 
^ Jenny Lind. Different. 


lijeight, 11 inches. 


4 — Amber Glass Bottle 'Vl/LSi*)- 
— Hunting and fishing scene. 



5 — Amber Glass Bottle 
/ / °~1~ “Success to the Railroad.” 



6 — Green Bottle 



Height, 11 v inclies. 


7 — Blue Glass Bottle 

_ t . “A Little More Grape Jui((j /, Captain Bragg,” on one 
J ^ side. On the other, Washington. Very rare color. 

eight, 8 1 /, inches. 

8 — Amber Glass Bottle 


e “General Taylor Never Surrenders” on ohe side, 

^ Washington on the other. 

m- 


9 — White Glass Bottle 
C _L Similiar to No. 8. 


Height, Sy 2 inches. 


Height, 814 inches. 


10 — Olive Green Bottle 


/ 




Liberty. Willington Glass C'o, Conn. 


1 1 — Glass Bottle 
£-0 Summer and Winter. 


Height, 9 inches. 

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J <$ v ouiumt'i ium "iimri. (j 

' Height, 7 y 3 inches 

12 — Glass Bottle 

Eagle decoration on both sides 

^ I y r- 

/ 3 — Glass Bottle 

‘Washington, Father of his country,” on one side; 
“General Taylor Never Surrenders” on the other. 

, . r , t> v nf/L9-^ 

14 — Cut-glass Bitcher \ ase / 

^ Height, 12 inches. 

15 — Pair Cut-glass Decanters / CLooo 
Mushroom tops. 

Height, 1 9 /inches. 

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19 /inches. 


16 — Pair Glass Decanters 

Cut and ground. Grapevine decoration. 

Height. 12y g inches. 

V ■ 4 

Height, (i inches. 


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17 — Plain Flit Glass 


18—' 


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19- 

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20 - 

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21 - 

22 - 


Tumbler l 

Etched decoration. American. Early nineteenth cen- 
tury. 

-Flip Glass Mug Ci ' ^ ( 1 / 

With engraved floral decoration. Old English. ,, 

-Flip Glass Mug 
Similar to the preceding. 

Glass Drinking Mug R 

With engraved tulip decoration. 

-Flip Glass 

With quilted and ribbed decoration. American. About 
1825 . 






=2- 




-Glass Mug / Y]/J~uO' WL‘ 

Undecorated; old American. (Slight crack under 
handle.) 

-Flip Tumbler 

Etched decoration of birds in cages, etc. Germany. 
'Eighteenth century. Very fine. 

-Flip Glass GC' 

j ^ f c _JEngraved edge. English. Eighteenth century. 


26 - 


27 - 



/ F 


28- 

0 * 


-Two Flip Tumblers Co- ’L^JLt 
Broadly fluted. Engraved rim. Oe 

nglish. Eighteenth 


century. 


29 


t » 


6 


Flip Tumbler / y1/\J~L/0- > 

Fluted pattern. Modern engraving on rim. Amer- 
ican. Late eighteenth century. 

30 — Two Tumblers Oy %■ d JlJy 

Fluted pattern. Engraved rim. American. Eigh- 
teenth century. 

* to 


31- 

/ /, 

J 

32- 

If *1 


, r V - , . rl^ 

Tumbler 

Cut decoration. Spanish. Eighteenth century. 

-Two Tumblers 'YlAAS' q 

Engraved rim. Germany. 



6 


33- 

6t. 

34- 
— 0 * 


1 


-Flip Tumbler 
Fluted design. American. Eighteenth century. 

-Tumbler 


Ckjr- 

Eighteenth centur 

dr J -hiA 


35- 


Fluted pattern. Engraved decoration. English. 

TOWo- 


Eighteenth century. 


7 


36- 


3 


i JO 


37 - 

/ 


-Barrel-shaped Glass Mug 
Undecorated. Old American. 

-Pair Wine Glasses 
American. About 1820 . 

T luid Lamp 

Blue glass; ribbed design; octagonal shape; olq/ Amer- 
ican. 


38— 




/ 


/ * 


Small Glass Tumbler 
Decorated in enamel colors. Made by Baron Steigel 
of Mannheim, Pa. 1767-1774. 


39- 


-Tumbler Ct. Q. yCjuL 

Fluted pattern, with painted decoration of birds and 
flowers in enamel colors. Germany. Eighteenth cen- 
tury. 


40 




rp v Jl 

I UMBLER 

Bird and floral decoration in enamel colors. Ger- 
many. Eighteenth century. 


Glass. Swiss. Enamel decoration in colors. Inscrip- 
tion in German. Dated 1743. 


41 — Tumbler 

24 - 

42- 

/7— 


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Glass Bottle 
Enamel decoration of cross in colors. Heart and 
flowers, and inscription in German. Dated 1728. 
Square back. Oval front. 


YYi 


43 


7- 


Liquor Bottle 
Paint 
tury. 


£1^*. P- 


Painted in enamel colors. Swiss. Eighteenth cen- 


44- 


Pair Glass Baskets 

Green, with white handles. American. 


/C — 


45- 

/ 0 

46- 

3C^ 


-Two Cut-glass Dishes 
English. Eighteenth century. 


dt, 





Three Oval Cut-glass Dishes (j (CCXP 
Old English. 


O' 


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47 — Pair Hurricane Shades 

^ ^ IL~~ Plain glass ; for candles. Old American. 

48— Water Pitcher ' '\Y 


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Green glass with blue veins. New Jersey. About 1840. 
(Slight crack under handle.) 


49 — Green Glass Pitcher 





/ (* Decorated with glass threads around the neck. New 

Jersey. About 1840. 

50— Glass Pitcher YlA^ * 

_ 4( ; Undecorated; New Jersey. About 1 850. 

51 — Glass Pitcher 

Quilted and ribbed decoration. (/American. About" 
-f. 4 C 1825. (Cracked under handle.) 

52 — Pitcher ^/1/L^^c YY ^ 

/£l°° ^ ame decoration as the preceding. 


L 


53 — Greenish Glass Flask Ys'.tlX)' 

t Vertical ribbed decoration ; fluted on edge (/For thumb 
and fingers. American. About 1800. 

54 Vase /YUlO ' ^ 

/ Greenish glass. Two handles. New Jersey. About ( 

7/ 1840. 


55 — Pair Glass Bottles 

With quilted, ribbed and diamond decoration in relief. 
4 * ^ American. About 1825. 

56 — Pair Glass Bottles Y\r< >CjLJL 
U."- Same design as the preceding; with blown glass stop- 
pers. 




57 — Pair Decanters 

ij Similar to the preceding 

58 — Two Bottles /yvi/vo- ^ 

_ Ribbed decoration. One white glass ; onevblue glass 
/ American. About 1825. 


59 — Pair Spirit Glasses 
With ribbed sides. American. About 1800. 

60 — Pair Cologne Bottles V 

/ J —Hexagonal shape; relief decorations; old Ann/yiean. 


Y'/su* 

800 

n 


/ 


61 — Pair Cut-glass Pitchers k^) 




Flashed with red. English. 

62 — Flower Vase 'W- As ^ . 

t Purple glass. Sandwich, Mass. 


. c Purple glass, sandwicn, Mass. f* 

63 — Pair Vases with Covers (Qjthto 


— > 4 ,, Amethyst purple glass on square plinths. English. 

• J Nineteenth century. 

/y\AA/? (d - ' ^ cjy o 

64 — Pair Pressed Glass Celery Glasses £ 

/ jLS Octagonal shape. Purple glass. 

65 — Pair of Tall Flower Vases ^ 




Amethyst glass. Fluted tops. Square plinths. Amer- 


( 


lean. 


66 — Pair Vases 


Heir/ht, 11% inches. 

GL- i&JUl 

Red and white glass, with cut and gilded decoration. 
M Bohemian. 

67 — Pair Gi .ass Vases a 

oc Ruby ribbed crown with cut group; vine decoration in 
vdiite. Bohemian. 




(ft- *&■ 


68 — Cologne Bottle 
. a t In the form of column, with human fig-urea, in relief. 



Frencl 






69 — Tall Bottle 
6 0 White glass, in the shape of column, cohered with 


French names; dated 1880. 


70 Vase 

><■__ Glass, for decalcomania work; about 1830. Amer- 
ican. 

71 — Pitcher 

o Amber brown glass. N. J. About 1850. 

72 — Basket , 

i. i' 

, ^ no Ruby glass. Sandwich, Mass. Fine color. 

' - 

73 — Two Cream Jugs O- 

, Claret-colored glass. Flutedv decoration. English. 

A . & ° 

/ ^ Nineteenth century. 

74 — Two Cream Jugs / 

(A) Purple glass. Twisted fluting. English. 

/ (j}) Amethyst purple glass. English. Eighteenth 

century. (One slightly cracked.) 

75 — Pair C«m, DecakteST ' W ^ 

^ . r 

75a — Cream Jug 

- a Purple glass. English. Nineteenth century. 

Height ,-3% inches. 

75b — Cream Jug • Q L- 

Claret-colored glass. Spirally fluted. English. Nine- 
ip — teenth century. 


Heght , 3]/^ inches. 


75c — Ink Well A Cy ] 

y <iL- Olive brown. American. New Hampshire. 

76 — Figure of Lion with Ball 

On square base. Inscribed “A Roran Lion.’' Yellow 
green glaze. The lion glazed with yellow and 
green, with red, blue and green base. 

77 — Figure of Lion r K „ 

^ > »» e Glazed in brown and yellow on green base. Stafford- 
shire. Early nineteenth century. 


77 a- — Bowl 

, J_u 0 Porcelain. Bristol, England. Eighteenth century 


W. 


77b— Teapot 




Soft paste porcelain, decorated with wheel pattern in 
y - — 'blue and red. Worcester, England. About 1770. 
(Repaired.) 

Cl - Y/ 

77c — Pair of Fruit Dishes and Trays 
, (( Openwork border. Red, green, yellow and black floral 
decoration. Marked “Spode.” (Handle of one re- 
paired.) 

77d — Tureen yiAAo V <^vU_ 

Same decoration as 77c. (Handle repaired/ 


BENNINGTON WARE 



78 — Teapot 



Hour-glass shape ; 
Flint enamel ware. 


79 — Celery Goblet ^ ' 

Octagonal form; scalloped edge; flint enamel; Ben- 
nington, Vt. About 1850. 

80 — Flask 

Title, “Hermit’s Life.” Olive and blue mottling. Ben- 
T ° -'"nington, Vt. About 1850. 



81 — Bottle >• *■ > 

In form of a man, with low crown, broad-brim hat; 

mottled flint enamel ware ; Bennington, Vt. Marked 

specimen. 


81a — Match Holder 
! q 0 In form of a man. 
nington. 


TVL/Lo' (f- 

Brown mottling. Marked, Ben- 


71 




SI 




8*2 — Water Pitcher 

Cornocopia lip; diagonally formed surface; mottled 
brown enamel glaze. Bennington, Yt. About 1850. 

83 — Water Pitcher 

Parian ware; waterfall design. .Marked: “U. S. Pot- 

C (J . . ° 

— tery Co., Bennington, Vt., in relief. 



YV\, ■ (3 ' 33 


84 — Bennington Dog 

^ ' *j~ <i ° Basket in mouth. 

85 — Coffee Pot Yf - Y\f 

Octagonal shape ; flint enamel. Bennington, Vt. About 
t 0 1850. (Finial on cover missing.) 


TUAs 

o Octagonal form; mottled glaze. Bennington./ About 


85a— Four Door Knobs 
Octa£ 

1858. 


86 — Pitcher 


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Mottled brown, yellow and green glaze. American. 
About 1840. 


86a — Pitcher 


Stone ware. Hound handle. Hunting scene on sides. 
Marked: “A Cadmus, Gress Pottery, South Amboy.” 


87 



•Hunting Pitcher 


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With hound handles; brown glaze. Marked: “Amer- 
ican Pottery Co., Jersey City, N. J.” Mottled by 
Greatbach. About 1840. (Cracked on bottom.) 


d 7 


88 — Pitcher 

. 1 ' h 

x With similar design; made in Ohio, from the original 

mold. 


89 — Shaving Mug 


fr- rO - — 


Brown mottled pottery, with figure of Toby in relief 
O on each side. Marked: “E. & W. Bennett, Canton 

Avenue, Baltimore, Md.” 








90 — Stone-ware Mug 

With brown iridescent glaze; Nottingham, England. 

^ About 1800. 

91 — Electrotyper’s Crib ^ r i/\^/ 

, , Stone ware. Used to dip pieces in acitf. 

92 — Mug with Cover ' YiSlAsO ' 

Brown ground with black dindrilic marking; known as 
7 Modi a ware. Staffordshire, England. 

92a— Vase O'WCtf ~ 

Supported by winged figures. White, with blue fes-f 
toons. English cream ware. (Repaired.) 


93 — Teapot and Sugar Bowl 'yy lAsO 
Strawberry decoration. 

93a — Pair Battersea Knobs ' 

^ <c Oval form. Decoration, “Sacred to Friendship.” 



93b — Three Battersea Knobs 
Different decorations. 




94 — ' Tea Set ^ 

Porcelain; painted acorn decoration in colors. Com- 
prises : Teapot, sugar bowl, waste bowl, two cake plates 
and twelve cups and saucers. English. About 1830. 


94a- 

94b- 

95 - 

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96- 

97- 

7 *- 

98- 

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99- 

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100 - 

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— Spill Vase ^ ^ 

White decoration in rewef on pale blue ground. 
Marked: Wood & Caldwell. (Repair on one side near 
top.) 

—Statue ^ , 

Venus with Cupid and Dolphin at her side. Square 
base. On four feet. (Repaired.) 

-Coffee Pot 

h *» 1 1 

Cream ware. Transfer printed landscapes. Grayish 

black, touched with yellow. Dome-shaped cover. Staf- 
fordshire. Early nineteenth century. 

-House Pitcher 'YlAJta - 

Decorated in red, yellow, green and brown. (Handle 

„e„, ' ^ 

-Punch Bowl T'K'Uo ' V 

Lotus pattern in blue and pink. Golden Resigns out- 
"lined with red on border and interior. Chinese. Eigh- 
teenth century. 

-Porcelain Vase yir. iA,. y 
Pear-shape. Incised decoration on white glaze. Chi-f/ 


nese. Ch’ien-lung. 


Height, 20 inches. 

t. 


-Teapot h K 

Yellow lion finial. Hexagonal, with wreath decoration 
between raised pillars. 

/—Jleight , 5y s inches. 

-Pitcher yytyu) ■ V 

With heart-shaped medallions, enclosing figure scenes 
"hi relief. Inscribed, “Sportive Innocence*’’ and “Mis- 
chievous Sports.” Liverpool. Early nineteenth cen- 
tury. (Slightly chipped at spout and on border.) 

Height, 7^ inches. 


Saucei^s^^^* ^ ^ — 


101 — Twelve C UPS AND SAU< 

English. Porcelain, decorated with floral bands in 
(a 0 ' colors and gold. Marked “Spode” in red. 

i/ 


h 1 1 

101a — T wo Cake Plates and Waste Bowl 




Same as No. 101. 


101 n — Pair V ASES 




Cylindrical shape, decorated in colors and gold. In 
2-3 Chinese style. Spode, about 1810. 


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102 — Six Cups and Saucers Ytr. CC ■ 

Transfer scene in back. Fulton steamboat, the Clare- 
mont, going up the Hudson. Rare design. 

103— Coffee Pot C^UaJL 

Octagonal shape ; decorated in colors. Ironstone china. 


tt 


About 1810. 


HISTORICAL BLUE, ETC. 

104 — Plate Ci • 

Columbia College. Medium blue. (j * 

Diameter, 7 inches. 

( Illustrated ) 

105— Plate yy ^ 

Syntax and The Dairy Maid. (Crack on back.) 

-r. • 

Diameter , 6 inches. 

( Illustrated ) 

lOO-P^TE . 

/ J- ^ rom Coenties Slip. Brown. 

Diameter, 6% inches. 


llustrated) 

106 a— Plate rV^A. 

Same as No. 106. (Small crack in back on border? 
( Illustrated ) 



/ 1TYIas$ ' 


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107— Plate 

Philadelphia Water Wo 



a ^ 


108 — Plate 


Dark blue. 

Diameter, 10 inches. 


/ 0 

Franklin 

. Dark blue. 






Diameter, 7y 

109— 

-Plate 




/ i 'L 

Sancho, 

the Priest and 

1 \ 

the Barber. 

• 1 

Dark blue. 

no— 

-Plate 

4- 

(3 ^ 

Diameter , 7% 

/i"'— 

Erie Canal. (Crack in 

border on b 

ack. ) 

in— 

-Plate 


cfC 

D/mmeter, 8 V., 

[fJ 

/2- 

.Landing 

of Lafayette. 

Dark blue. 

(Diameter, 8% 


112 — Canteen 
With transfer design of the Capitol of United Sta 

Q — in dark blue. Staffordshire. About 1820. 

113— Plate ^ ^ 

Winter View of Pittsfield. Dark blue. 

/;«• 

114 



115— 

o > <^— 

115a- 

115b- 


Diameter, 10*4 iybhes. 
Plate ? ‘VlftJO ' phf 

“Mambrino’s Helmet.” Dark blue. 

Diameter, 10 inches. 

Plate 7>U .~T * 

The Water Works, Philadelphia. Purple. 

Diameter, 9 inches. 

Plate k — 

City Hotel. New York. Dark blue. 

a Diameter, 9 ineh.es 

—Plate (a, 

Mitchell and Freeman’s Wart^yuse, Boston. Dark 
blue 



HISTORICAL BLUE CHINA PLATES 



116 


116a 


C3-&jfc 


116 — Plate 

*) “Syntax on his Travils.” In colors. Raised floral 

o border. 

Diameter, 6y 2 inches. 

1 1 6a — Plate yn v?- (9 

“Syntax Setting Out for London.” In colors. Raised 
ry ~~~j ,s - floral border. 

^Diameter, 6% inches. 

117— Plate V\f - T'l'- $ 


/ Hartford, Conn. Purple. 


118 — Plate 

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Diameter, 10 ]/^ inches. 

C&/ ^ /’to j r* 


0 


£~~]sr> McDonough’s Victory. Dark blue. (/ (J 

Diameter, 10 inches. 


1 18a — Plate 

-■s Same as No. 118. 

O e^~ — — 

1 19 — Plate 

~T J ^ Pilgrim. Medium blue. 


dt ’ *9 ( a /- 

nvu?'^' 



Diameter , 10 inches. 


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1 24 


C1U 


1 20a — Plate 
-« <• Same as No. 120. 


119 a — Soup Plate 9 ^: ■ 'C ■ 

f' — Bost on State House. Medium blue. 

Diameter. !) inches. 

120 — Plate YhjL ■ 

_ f , “Syntax on his Travils.” In colors. Raised floral 
border. 

-Dirrmeter, (iy 3 inches. 

TV\Jia yf‘ ^ 

/^r~ » <■ same as i\o. i zO. j 

121 — Plate >4, ^ 

Hospital, Boston. Dark blue. (Crack in border on 
/ ^ eJL- back.) 

^ Diameter, 8 1 /, indies. 

122— Soup Plate t A / l * 'Vf^ 6C To 

^ „ > Sancho Panza at the Boar HuntJ^ Dark blue. 

Diameter, Oji/o inches. 

1 23— -Deep Dish ; ^ 

W oodlands, near Philadelphia. Medium blue. 

Length, ll'/ 3 inches. 

124 — Fruit Dish and Tray 

Syntax. Three views: “Drawing from Nature,” “The 
Cl— -Wit of the Window” and “Bound to a Tree.” 

( Illustrated ) 

125 — Fruit Dish ~/V • 

^ .j Openwork border. Landing of Lafayette. Dark bhn?. 

/ Length, 10% indies. 

126— Pitch E, 1 THn *- 0? . 

T?™* TT\ 1 ' U1 


Erie Canal. Dark blue. 

<?-*-«£ 

127— Pitcher 

e) o ’ Dam and Water Works, Philadelphia. Dark blue. 

Height, (i inches. 


HL eight, (i inches. 

1 *\-Qjr 


1*2 7 a — Pitcher 


V\f~ > 


J~y SO 
] 


State House, Boston, and City Hall, New York. Hark 
3 d ^ blue. 

Height, (i 1 /, inches. 

128 — Pitcher y(. W: G^jl. 

Franklin. Dark blue. 

Height, II inches. 

128 a — Teapot ,, /» * 

Franklin. Dome-shaped cover. (Crack in bottom.) 

Height, liy a inches. 

129 — Two Cups and Saucers ■ 3j 

f Franklin. One lustre border. Dark blue. (Small 
/6^~ piece in bottom of one cup has been filled in.) 

129a — Two Cups and Saucers ^ ' YV . P* ~ 
Franklin. Dark blue. 

/ <4 

129b — Two Cups and Saucers ll * 
t J 11— Eagle decoration. Dark blue. Different sizes. 


1 30 — Bowl 

Washington. Dark blue. 


tL# cA siMst ' 


to 


Height, 3 inches. v 

130a — Cup and Saucer. m-4- 

7 a o Washington. Dark blue. (Cup cracked.) 


<3* 


130b — Two Saucers 

(A) Pink. View of New York. 


(B) Dark blue. Early railroad. 


7 & a 

/[ 


131 — Platter 

_ Cream ware. Decorated with Water scene, etc. Dark 
'3-“' blue. 


Length, 1 7 y, inches. 


131a — Pair Cream-ware Platters 
^ ^ Decorated with landscape and water scenes, with bold 
floral border design. Dark blue. 

C t /'"■) ify ngth. 19 inches. 

131b — Two Platters v C ' 

✓.^Circular form. One marked “Astbury.” ( OrfP has 
border crack.) About 1780. 

Diameter, 14% inches. 

CUP PLATES 

132 — Two Glass Cup PlateJ^I^^/i/^ (p v 

Chancellor Livingstone ship and Benjamin Franklih 


ship. 




132a — Six Glass Cup Plates 71,. IA. 
Bunker Hill. All alike. 


ates]^]/1/L • 
it. 

132c— Three Cup Plates 


132b — T wo Glass Cup Pi 
no Bunker Hill. Different 



Jo* Marine view. Brown. 

Diameter, 4 inches. 

132,,-Two Cup Ppatzs 

(A) Franklin’s Proverbs. 

^ (j-^e Diameter, 4 % inches. 

(B) Colored Decoration in relief. 


132e — Two Cup Plates 


Diameter, 4 inches. 

ti 


J) c ^ (A) Pink lustre. 

(B) Decoration, animals and trees in black. 

132f — Four Cup Plates”'^' 
i ^ Bose and pink lustre decoration, with red in centei 

Diameter, 4 inches. 

133 — Cup Plate 



n 




Battery. Dark blue. 


Diameter, 3% inches. 



Diameter, 3 y z inches. 


Diameter, 3 y s inches. 


133a — Cup Plate 
Oj do Woodlands. Dark blue. 

133b— Cup Plate ^ 1 

, u t Cadmus. Dark blue. 

133c — Cup Plate 

View of Staughton’s Church. By R. Stevenson. Acorn 
*-f() ' — border. 

133d — Pair Cream-ware Cup Plates^' ^ 

“Landing of Lafayette,” in dark blue. Staffordshire. [ 
1825. 

Diymetef, 4J4 inches. 

133e — Cup Plate i d 

/ ' States. Dark blue. 

rDiamejter, 4 '/, inches. 

133f— Cup Plate Wm K, ' 

o “Rebecca at The Well.” Dark bltaeT^ 

/ Diameter , 4y 2 inches. 

133o-Two Cup Plates - .Q „ J 

(A) English view in Nottinghamshire. 

J ' CL-- (B) Sheltered peasants. 

Dark blue. 


133h — Pair Cup Plates /. i t ^ 

£ d ' Rural scene. Dark blue. 

Diameter, 3 y 2 inches. 

134— Six Plates Tlr. /Jr 

yo “Villa in Regent’s Park.” Dark blue. si 

Diameter, 9 inches. 

vyiA^ ~ 

j Endsleigh Cottage. Dark blue. Acornf border. 

Diameter, 10 inches. 

134b — Plate 1 

Fonthill Abbey. Dark blue. 


3 0 

134a — Plate 


l/G • 


Diameter, 9 inches. 


134c — Two Plates ^ 

j p_ C- Dartmouth. Dark blue. 

•y-i . & fD iameter . 9 inches. 

134n— Plate 2/U>WV__ 

j / i j; Moulin sur la Marne. 

134e — Plate 

Same as No. 134d. 

> 5 " — 

SOFT PASTE LOWESTOFT 


Diameter, 9 inches. 

4 4 ■ 



135 


135- 


c 


s'- 


_ Tmp0T A(Z J 

Soft paste Lowestoft. Decorated in blue, red and gold, 
in Worcester style. Maker’s mark at bottom. 

Height, 6 inches. 


136- 

137- 


yy . a 0 


-Teapot 

Decorated with landscapes in blue, red and gold, in 
Worcester style. Soft paste Lowestoft. 

( Illustrated ) 

-Coffee Pot ' V ^/' - 

Decorated with landscapes in red, blue and gold, in 
Worcester style. Soft paste Lowestoft. 1756-1804. 

( Illustrated ) 

CHINESE, “LOWESTOFT” (so called) 

Items 138 to 159, inclusive 


138- 

/or^ 

139- 

P— 

140- 


( 

Heigli t, '9 in dies. 
Helmet Creamer (J. pQ . 


-Coffee Pot 
Gilt decoration. 


Brown floral decoration. 




-Teapot ^yutWL M 

Heraldic designs in center. Blue and gold star bor- 
der. I 




-so. 


140a — Pair Dishes 

Decorated with heraldic designs in center. Blue and 


gold star border. 


Diameter, 7V, indies, 
u (f 


140n — Pair Plates 

Heraldic designs in center; blue and gold borders. 


140c- 

/a — 

141 - 


— Bowl and Plate *■ 

Same decoration as No. 140. (Slight crack in bowl.) 

-Tea Caddy 0 ^ 

Heraldic decoration for the European market. Late 
eighteenth century. 


141a — Hot-water Pot 


O'* — ■ (/A44L/ 'ZJcJ' 


1 




^Heraldic decoration for the Holland market. Late 
eighteenth century. 


141b — Cup and Saucer 
i _f___Bird and acorn decoration. 




7 

142— Mug 

Decorated in underglazed blue and enavjrH colors. Late 
//«*- eighteenth century. * 



143 — Teapot 


'YYi/\4 • & & -^ 4 ^ 


Heraldic design in center. (Small crack at base of 
/ & spout.) 

144— Two Tea Caddies ’• 

(A) Masonic decoration. 

/ / l L- (B) Floral decoration. 

(Lids missing in both and neck of one repaired.) 


145— Two Plates ' YVWA ' C 

Decorated with birds and flowers in colors. Gold bpr- 
^ . Li. der with chain of floral medallions. Very Unusual. 

T r s 

145a — lwo Cups and Saucers ^ 

c Basket and floral decoration. (Each cup has a slight 
^ time crack in it.) 


r 


145b — Dish and Mug 

Floral decoration in colors 

6 * 


> v - jjl 


pieces. 


146 — Teapot and Hot-water Ju g'^vvh/^^ ^ 

With painted decoration in black, imitatnfg line en- 
'-^graving. 


■/ "/V- <7^ 




146a — Hot-water Jug / / /' / 'yt 

Same kind of decoration as in No. 146. 

n /) V 

£ ^ 




146b — Hot-water Jug 

// 




,) » Floral decoration. 


147 — Teapot 


. Cl. 




Cylindrical form ; cross handles, decorated with rudtf 


design in enamel colors. 


/C 


148 — Dish tv / -/A 

j , With openwork border decorated in brown and gold. 

149— Pair Plates 7 / >7/vc-^- (^ - 

. „ Central oval medallion, enclosing floral design in blue 
and gold borders. 


149a — Six Plates /■ u 

j} J <-^Same decoration as No. 149, but smaller. 


150 — Teapot 


' /: V\f. J/ , 


ir« Cylindrical shape, decorated with armorial designs for 
the Holland market. Dated 178S. (Spout has been 
cemented. ) 

151 — Tureen w ■ 

Porcelain, with cover and tray, decorated with birds 
/s£> * ' and flowers in gold and enamel colors. Eighteenth 
century. 

152 — Bowl ^r- 

tv Q Two medallions enclosing female/ieads ; also floral dec- 
oration. A choice piece. ' 


153 — Teapot 


'Win* • 


>5'°- 


Decorated with figure scene in colors ; handle^ and 
spout gilded. 


154 — Tankard 'T"]' hD • c3 

Relief medallion, with floral decoration in enamel 
ji *2 colors. Late eighteenth century. 

154a — Mug < 7 - isJLu 

Floral and bird decoration. Also monogram. 




i r A 


Height, 6 inches. 



155 — Toddy Jug 
„ 7 Decorated with European scenes ifti colors. Eighteenth 

e / century. 

156 — Pair of Cylindrical Mugs^^''^''* - ' 

Hard paste porcelain. Decorated with heraldic de-/ 
signs in enamel colors. 



157— Mug TV aJ), 

Ship decoration. 

c^7 ’ 




Height, 5 inches. 


158 — Coffee Pot 




sis 



Handle on side. Armorial dec- 
oration. Very unusual piece. 

Height, 1 0i/ 2 inches. 


159 — Pair of Pitchers with 

Covers yy 
Pear-s h a p e d . Cylindrical 
i necks. Decorated with elab- 


orate paintings of Chinese do- 
mestic and military subjects in 
colored enamels ; also with Eu- 
ropean flowers, branches of 
foliage and birds. The panels 
on the covers have Chinese fig- 
ure subjects, branches of trees and birds. 

Height,, 15 y 2 inches. 


158 


LUSTRE WARE, COPPER LUSTRE, 
GOLD LUSTRE, ETC. 

160— Eight Cups and Saucers^?^ 1 ^^ ^ 

Pink lustre. Marked “Dawson.” 


Q ^ 

161 — Six Cups and Saucers — 

Lustre. Different decorations. Four without handles 

I — fC and two with handles. (One saucer has been ce- 

mented.) 

162 — Five Cups and Saucers ' Y 'C ■ xs " t . ^ 

o Pink lustre and floral decoration. 

^ ^ C 


163 — Pitcher 




Cream ware. Leaf and floral decoration in rose lustre, 
^3 green and yellow. (One side of spout chipped.) 


<7 


Height, 5i/ 3 inches. 


164 — Teapot 


A- xt~ 


i * 


Porcelain, decorated with bands of pink and rose lus- 


tre and flowers in colors. English. About 1830. 


164a — Pair Pitchers 


TKao- 




Decorated with painted landscape and figure scenes in 
‘^A-lustre and blue. Staffordshire. About 1820. (Small 
repair in neck of one.) 

a Height, 5 y 2 inches. 

164n — C offee Pot AyiX! Ta-4c 

Octagonal form. Panels in rose lustre alternating with 
r- sprigs of flowers in colors. Staffordshire. About 
6 " 1835. 

Height, 9 % inches. 

165— Pitcher 7 ?^' 4)- ^ TIUsKO^a^JU 

Figure “7” handle terminating in dolphin head ; human 

A / o _ mask lip ; blue and copper lustre stripes and raised 
floral design in colors. Staffordshire. About 1825. 

( Small crack. ) r 

YVi/ao ' (5 B -Ad +*uL 

166 — Teapot and Sugar Bowl with Cover 
Copper lustre. Floral decoration in colors. 

168 — Two Pitchers 

Crushed strawberry lustre. White octagonal medal- 
/ (y — lions containing printed and colored figures of “Hope.” 


167 — Copper Lustre Bow 

r~ 


yyuu) 

lustre. White octagonal meda. 
lions, containing printed and colored figures of “Hope. 


169 — Teapot 

Crushed strawberry lustre. White octagonal medal- 


170 — Pitcher K9' ^ 

Gold lustre. Raised white decoration. 


170 a 


. — Pair of Cups and Saucb^^ •VIt' 


, j ^ Black transfer print on pink lustre ground. Daven- 

' port. 


171- — Pair of 1 lower-pots ' ^ 

Copper lustre. Pink lustre medallion of woman and 
3 1 children. 

Heiqht, 4 inches. 

CL- | 

172 — Pepper Shaker, Salt Cellar and Mustard Pot 
Copper lustre with floral band in pink, green, and rose 

/ lustre. (Lid of mustard pot, very slight repair.) 



173 — Tall Teapot 

Pink lustre. (Handle new.) 


& V(f,( U+ 


^ t} Height, 10% inches. 

174 — Pair of Pickle Dishes ^ 


Leaf-shaped. Lustre decoration. 


175— Pitcher P _ . 

Sunderland lustre. Raised decoration. Colored and 
/ © f ' — lustred scenes. 

Height, 0 inches. 

175a-Two Plates J, 

(A) Porcelain. Decorated in enamel colors and cop- 
per lustre. 

(B) Porcelain. Rose lustre and colored floral deco- 
ration. 


176 — Pitcher 


0 


iSLsi* ' ' ' ts'Lcy v- _ 

-oj_ Head of Ariadne. Lustred and colored with lion-head 
handle. Bacchus wreath around head. 

Height, 8 inches. 

177 — Pitcher 

o o In the form of a satyr’s head. Mask lip. Satyr 
handle. Staffordshire. Early nineteenth century. 


177a— Pitcher lf\f ' YV 


. I 




Floral and leaf designs in relief on fawfcrcolored 
ground. Satyr’s mask lip. Co] 

Marked : “Enoch Wood & Sons.” 


1 ground. Satyr’s mask lip. Copper lustre edgings. 


Height, 10 y 2 inches. 

177b — Small Pitcher “ 

_ Mask lip. Pink lustre border. Raised floral decora- 
tion. Impressed mark. “Wood & Sons.” (Small 
crack.) 

Height, 3% inches. 

178— Vase 

Gold lustre. Raised floral decoration. Pink lustre 


T v t) . .. 

— - band. 


4H7 


179 — Pitcher Y]/^ lA/ , 

Sunderland lustre with band of rose lustre. Hunting 


Height, 4 inches. 


l 


scene in relief. Handle in the form of a winged woman. 

Height, 5% inches. 

180 — Cup and Saucer n » l( 

^ , , Classical designs in white relief on copper lustre 

ground. Marked “Shorthose.” 

181 — Loving Cup i, » » i> 

~i ^ Copper lustre. Raised floral decoration. (Repaired.) 


182— Pitcher 


TV w 


Sunderland. View of iron bridge at Sunderland in 
front. Poetic inscription on one side, and sailors with 
flag on the other. 

Height, 10% inches. 

183 — Pitcher s Y j ^ ^ 

Sunderland. Masonic emblem on one side; slpp 
“Northumberland” on the other. Poetic inscription on 
front. 


Height, 8 inches. 




184 — Pitcher 

Sunderland lustre. Portrait of Queen Caroline on one 
tS— side, comic scene on the other. (Lip repaired.) 

Height, 8 inches. 


185 — Pair of Pitchers 




Copper lustre. Raised decoration in white. 

Height, 5 inches. 

186 — Two Pitchers 

Gold lustre. Raised white decoration in relief. 
() K ' (Small crack in spout of one.) 


187 — Pitcher 


YV-/U ~ a< 


Height, 5 y 2 inches. 




/6 


Height, 4 *y 2 inches. 


Crushed strawberry lustre. White octagonal medal- 
frd- lions containing printed and colored Chinese scene. 

Height,, 6% inches. 

188 — Pitcher ’ ~ <, 1 
Floral reliefs in colors on crushed” strawberry ground. 

Height, 4% inches. 

189 — Pitcher Yl V ■ ' lYls . 

Copper lustre. Raised figures of hunting scene in 
ji band. 

190 — Pitcher 71 , Q , r £ 

Copper lustre. “Surrender of Cornwallis.” 

Height, 6 inches 

191 — Pitcher & £ 

_ Copper lustre. “Surrender of Cornwallis.” 

/ y ±2— 

192 — Pitcher 

Landscapes, etc., in rose lustre. Handle iiTthe form 
Q**. of a winged woman. 


Height, 4% inches. 


193 — Pitcher ' A 

• j u Copper lustre. Raised floral and basket decoration. 

Height, 6% inches. 

* y\r 


Mask lip. 


191 — Pitcher 


I'Wlx? 1 VU 


d 


Gold lustre. Raised white decoration. Eagle in fro^it. 



Height, 7 inches. 

195— Pitcher ^ ^ 

Lustre. Raised portrait on one side of King Leopold 
«_ii_ and Princess Charlotte on the other. 

Height, 6*4 inches. 

195a — Pitcher TV. 

With relief decoration of Wellington on horseback, 
and military trophies. Acorn decoration in relief 
on copper lustre. Staffordshire. 


195b — Pitcher 


-** r u-e>C I — 




Pink lustre. Snipe Shooting and Coursing. (Handle 
repaired. ) 


196 — Pitcher 




Crushed strawberry lustre. White octagonal medal- 
lion containing printed and colored figures of “Char- 
ity.” 

Height, 6 inches. 

197- — Two Pitchers 

Crushed strawberry lustre. White octagonal medal- 
C^ 1 lions containing printed and colored figures of 
“Faith.” 

Height, 4 inches. 

197a — Clock wo Q 

, _ uC/ Figures of boy and girl at side. Sunderland lustre. 
Dixon, Austin & Co. Early nineteenth century. 
(Small repair at top.) 



198 — Pair Copper Lustre Pitchers 
Raised basket decoration. 


Ct. 


f 

Height, 7y 2 inches. 


199 — Pitcher h h /, 

. Copper lustre. Raised floral and basket decoration. 

Mask lip. 

Height, 9 inches. 

200 — Pitcher (2e 
Copper lustre. Agate band and mask lip. 

Height, 8 inches. 





SECOND AFTERNOON’S SALE 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1915 

AT THE AMERICAN ART GALLERIES 


BEGINNING AT 2.30 O’CLOCK 


Which includes Catalogue Nos. 201 to 400. 

^ "N 

rM 'io- 

201 — Pair Brass Mantel Ornaments 

In the form of pheasants, right and left; old English. 




202 — Two Brass Miniature Tilt Tables 
T One circular and one rectangular. Old English. 


/f 

(j 


203 — Brass Rush-light Holder AAo ■ C oC 
Supported by a fox. Old English. 


204 — Pair Small Brass Candlesticks 


/ r*-- 

205 — Inkstand 





tight, 5*4 inches. 


^-5 Black basalte, marked “D” ; late eighteenth century. 


3 


206 — Two Inkstands 

Similar description, but of smaller size ; one marked 


-%■ f?- A 


0 itg )5 



ct -s8 - U 


207 — Inkstand 

Relief decoration in colors. Inscribed “J. D. Li^er- 

/$LaJ ooV ’ 


208 — Toy Clock 






With relief decoration in color 


7 


209 — Toy Cradle and Chaib: 
Yellow glaze. 


& & . vuJjUjas 


Ck/ yj C < C 0 

210— Two Small Staffordshir E FIGURES 


(S’ 

211— Two Bird Dishes ^Vuo TO 'yjUa ^ 

Cream ware. One surmounted by female figure, otMr 

7 0 ' by bird. 

212— Two Small Medallio 6 -"■ /l 

/ d — With figure of a woman in relief. 


213— 

// ii- 

211 — 
/C - 

215— 

5 »• 

216 - 
/yii. 


-Medallion h " 

Bust of George III in relief with small figures of fox- 
hunters, etc., beneath. 

Patch Box Y]/*V\/, $ 

Square form, with modelled Cupid on top. Screw lid 
beneath. Cream ware. Early nineteenth century. 


-Patch Box f'S' y ^ ‘s’ s Jj — ' 

Modelled in the form of a boar. Screw lid beneath. 
Cream ware. Early nineteenth century. 

-Figure of a Pug Dog 3 . 

Glazed in Whieldon style. Staffordshire. 

Qj. ■ S'- 

-Figure of a Squirrel Eating a Nut 
Brown and yellow glaze. Staffordshire. 

218 — Staffordshire Fish /• 1 ^ 


O 


217- 


219- 

r" do 
r ~ 

220 - 

1 1 

H - 
221 - 
4 'i- 

222- 

(*- 


0^/lA^ ' )*' G? . KJs&sls 


-Toy Dish 

In the form of a small platter with an ear of green 
corn. Stazordshire. 




-Salt Shaker and Pepper Shak 
Cream ware. Slip decorated in colors. Staffordshire, 
about 1830. 




-Pair Salt Shakers 
Cream ware. Colored decoration. Staffordshire, 

about 1830. 

-Pair Salt Shakers YV • YY ■ 

Cream ware. Colored decoration. Staffordshire, 

about 1830. 



223 

v5" € 


I — Pair of Salt Shakers 

Cream ware. Slip decoration in color. Staffordshire, 
about 1830. 


224- 

225- 

r°±- 

226- 
/o 4t 

227- 

F - 

228- 

7'- 


-Pair Salt Shakers W - YV • 
Similar to No. 220. 


( ^ 




-Two Salt Shakers 

(A) Printed decoration in rose color. Cream ware. 
Staffordshire, 1835. 

(B) Green glaze with black band. 

-Two Salt Shakers YlAyi/v • 

(A) Silver lustre. Ribbed. 

(B) Copper lustre. Ribbed and beaded border. 

-Miniature Fruit Basket YJ 7 ^. 

French. 

-Teapot 

Marble glazed. Early nineteenth century. 


kj2a/' ^0 



229 — -Teapot 

— ) / Oval shape. Surface agate ware. (Lid (slightly dam- 

aged.) 

230 — Satyr’s Head ^ 

Staffordshire. Early nineteenth century. (Crack on 
one side.) 


vice 


231 — Child’s Tea Ser 
3 Printed decoration, figure scenes of landscapes touched 

with color. Stafifordshire, Eng., about 1825. Com- 
prises: Teapot, sugar bowl, cream jug, waste howl 
and four cups and saucers. (New knob on lid of 
teapot.) 


MILK-WHITE GLASS 


232 — Two Goblets 
Milk-white glass 

233 — Two Pitchers 
c Milk-white glass. 




234— Vase / Yl ' (f- 

Milk-white glass mottled with blue. Spanish. 

235 — Hot-water Pitcher lY/ ^0 -G 
Milk-white glass, mottled with brown. 




236 — Hot-water Pitcher 
~ Similar to the preceding. Slightly cracked. 



239 


238 


237— Mug 


7>Vv 




Milk-white glass, with figure of man and woman in 
/ Q * colors. “Eslebet Herr Johann Naher und Frau. Sa- 
bina Naher 1801.” 

Height, 5 inches. 


238— Mug f\/ r/V . 

Milk-white glass. Enamel floral decoration on sides. 
^ j t “Agnus Dei” on front in red, gold and blue. 

Height, 5 % inches. 


239 — Pitcher 




Milk-white glass. Floral decoration in colors on sides. 
/f^zZ — Hands clasped and chained with two hearts under in 
front. Also German inscription. A most unusual 
piece. 

Height, 7 inches. 

240 — Pitcher /"")/' ylySLa 

Q jj-0 Milk-white glass, mottled with blue and brown. 

241 — Pitcher Ai2 ! 

Milk-white glass. Blue decoration. 

/o ^ 

242— Pitchek l . 

Milk-white glass, mottled with blue. 


/ 


243 — Two Mugs 






Milk-white glass. Floral decoration in colors on sides. 
Medallions enclosing figures in front. 

Height, 6 y 2 inches. 





245 


244 — Teapot 




/Q^H. 


Milk-white glass. Decoration of birds and flowers in 


colors. 




c &0 - 


a* Jv 

245 — Pair of Sugar Bowls with Covers 
t * Milk-white glass. Floral decoration in colors. 





246 — Two Milk-white Glass 
Floral decoration in colors on "sides. Medallions en- 
closing female figures in front. 

Height, 6 % inches. 

247 — Two Milk-white Gla^^Iugs 

_ Barrel shape. Floral decoration in colors on sides. 

c ’ t " ^ — Medallions enclosing male figures on front. (Slight 
crack under handle of one.) 

Heights, GAnclies and 6 % inches. 

94 o T A r r 

248 — iwo Milk-white Glass Mugs 
_ ct Floral decoration in colors on sides and decoration of 

animals on front. 


Height, 6 % inches. 


(/ 0 

249 — Tall Milk-white Glass Mug 

Floral decoration in colors on sides. Medallion en- 
closing church on front. 

” Height, 7 inches. 

250 — Tall Milk-white Glass Vase'' 

«, Floral decoration and Crucifixion in colors. s** 

Height, 8% inches. 

251— Milk Jug with Cover 




Milk-white glass. Floral decoration. English. 




252 — Bristol Glass Mug V ^ 

Raised enamel floral C 
A. Trapnell Collection 


Raised enamel floral decoration in colors. From the 


W 


253 — Plate 

Milk-white glass. In form of hat. Floral decoration 
/ - — and Chinese figure in crown. Very choice. 

254 — Mug 

_ Milk-white glass. St. George and the Dragon painted 
in enamel colors. Bavaria, eighteenth century. 

255— Pitcher Y } f . 

Milk-white glass. Floral decorations on sides and pic- 

i ture of man in front. 


/6 


Height, 6 inches. 


r5v«-W- ( 3 , 

256 — riTCHER / J 

t «-i- Milk-white glass. Enamel floral and b$d decoration. 



257 — Bottle 


f' 


Same decoration as No. 237, but different names. (Has 
a crack. ) 

258 — Tankard 

Milk-white glass. Enamel floral decoration. Pewter 
/ 5~'-^ lid and base. A very beautiful piece. 

Height, 8 inches. 

259 — Two Mugs <YV - ^0 . 0 X 

, Y Milk-white glass. Barrel shape. Man holding rear- 
ing horse, in colors, on front of one, and female figure 
on the other. 

Height, 4i/ 3 inches. 

260 — Small Milk-white Gla^^eapot^nd C ^ug^^1Bowl 
Rose decoration in colors. Unusual size. 

Height, 3 inches. 



261 — Sucrier 
Milk-white glass. Floral decoration in colors. 

262 — Milk-white Glass Ieapot 

Floral decoration and Chinese female figure in colors. 
*, ** Height, 6 inches. 



263- 

$-</ «" 


-SUCRIER AND COVER (jL ~ 

Milk-white glass. Handles on sides. Floral decora- 
tion in colors. v 


W-YV- $jl 


264 — Sucrier with Cover 

Milk-white glass. Handles on sides. Decorated in 
colors. 


265- 

266- 


(7 


4/ ^ 


-Mug with Cover 

Milk-white glass. Floral decoration in colors. 

Height, 8y 2 inches. 

-Milk-white Glass Tankard ^ ' 0 - l 

Floral decoration, also coat-of- 
arms of the Swiss family Rod- 
ner, and another coat-of-arms 
said to be of Zurich. Dated 1745. 
It is doubtful if there is another 
such bottle in existence. ( Bottom 
of handle cemented.) 

267— Pitcher YViASi ' 

f— f( Milk-white glass. Enamel floral 



268- 


266 


Milk -white glass, 
decoration in coIoe 6 and bird. 

-Mug 

Milk-white glass. Raised enamel 
floral decoration in colors. 


269- 

270- 

i it. 


9- ft. 


-Dish with Cover and Tray 
Milk-white glass. Floral decoration in colors 


-Sucrier 
Milk-white glass. 


71asu>- 

On four feet. Floral decoration 


in colors. 


27 


/ 3 '« 


1— Mug 

Milk-white glass. “Agnus Dei” painted in enamel 
— ' colors within a wreath of flowers in colors. Eighteenth 
century. Remarkable piece. 


272 — Teapot 

Milk-white glass. 


a ' .^xjL 

Floral and bird decoration in colors. 



/3-e_ 


n-fr- . 

273 — Tureen with Cover and Tray 
J a *• Milk-white glass. Bird and floral decoration. 

o 0 . & 

usual piece. 

274 — Castor with Cruets ~ y ^ / ^ ^ 





275 


Mahogany frame, and five milk-white 
cruets with floral decoration. 

Y\r -^3/Uc*. JitA* 

275 — Milk-white Glass Mug 

Enamel decoration of the four Apos- 
05 ' Liles, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, 
in colors. Dated 1746. A museum 
piece. (Tiny piece out near top of 
handle.) 


276 — Printed Design of Washington in Chariot with 
Liberty Driving a Pair of Leopards 

-0- JL- (r 7C 

In red. Old English fabric. 


277 — Colored Print 




b- 4f. ft. 

g from Wall 

2 

278 — War of 1812: Broadside 


n A view of Brooklyn, looking from Wall Street Ferry. 

24 by 40 inches. 


D.S., lp. folio, Boston, December 17, 1811. Clearance 
q j Papers and Letters Patent for the Brig “Alexander,” 
Commander, William S. Picket, for cargo of Fish, from 
Boston to Civita Vecchia. Signed by James Madison 
[President of the United States] and James Monroe, 
Secretary of State. Countersigned by H. A. S. Dear- 
born, for bis father, Henry Dearborn, Collector of the 
Port of Boston. Attested by James G. Dana, Notary 
Public. With both official seals. 


An interesting document, printed in French, Spanish, English 
and Dutch, certifying to the Brig’s ownership as that of the 
United States, and that subjects of the present belligerent powers 
[France and Great Britain] have no part or portion therein. 



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282 — Old Hand Made Rug K y| t , lt 

Floral design and braided border. 

2 feet 6 inches by 4 feet 11 inches. 


283 — Pair Pepper Shakers 
Tall and graceful form. 

/ r- 


'Vyuic' 

Pewter. 




284- 


-Pewter Aee Pitcher 
Made by Boardman & Hart, New Yor 



out 1830. 


285 — Ewer with Lid 
Old Sheffield. 


n i 'i- — 

O' 6 

286- 

287- 

L a - 

288- 
A tu 

crd — 

289- 

cte"*- 

290- 

291- 

/ 


\f'C • 


-Pair Candlesticks 
Old Sheffield. Rectangular plinths, engraved festoon. 



heffield. 


-Pair Candelabra rh/i' 

Colonial style. Edged, with two arms ; ol 
Unusually fine. 

-Pair Lamps YWl *> ' > K ‘ 

Sheffield. On candlestick standards. Rococo decora- 
tion in relief ; old Sheffield. 

Waiter and Six Coasters (U-<P' U 
Lacquered metal and decorated with figure scenes anc 
gold borders on black ground. English, about 185( 

-Figure of Lion V\AC ■ 

In yellow and brown Maze, on green and brown basew 
Staffordshire. 

-Basket YY \ A * ' jfjbWMs 

Oval form; openwork sides; blue decoration in cen- 
ter, corn flower decoration; old English porcelain; 
probably Chelsea ; two loops repaired. 


292 — Statuette 


-4/- ft* - J <sJZ^ i 


/7« 


Figure of Britannia with lion seated beside her,| and 
her hand resting upon a shield. Decorated in silver 
lustre and colors. Impressed mark: “Wood & Cald- 
well, Burslem.” 


Height, 10% inches. 


/£- 


293 — Two Figures 

(A) Figure of Woman and Dolphin. In yellow, green 
and brown glaze. About 1800. 

Height, 6 inches. 


0 < 


294- 




(B) Figure of Woman and Child. In brown, yellow 
and green glaze. 

Height, 9 inches. 

-Bust of Alexander 

Decorated in colors. By Wood and Caldwell. An 
unusually fine piece of modelling and coloring, and in 
perfect condition. 

Height, 12 inches. 

( Illustrated — see Frontispiece ) 

295 — Pitcher ' flA . 

Raised hunting scene decoration. Green touched with 
4-1 — red around collar. Impressed mark: “No&le & Co.” 

Height, 7% inches. 


Y./. b9‘ 

ration in white. Made 


296 — Flower Pot and Tray 
Blue ground, raised floral deco rat 

Jersey City about 1840. Very rare. 

Height, 614 inches. 

TH. 

297 — Circular Dish with Dome-shaped Cover 
Relief decoration of boys in white on blue glazed 
ground. 

Height, 7 inches. 

_Vase 

Urn-shaped. Handles shaped ap satyr heads with 
horns. Small dome cover. Body of vase of pebble- 
ware, with relief decoration of “Cupid Shaping his 
Bow.” Mark: “Wedgwood & Bentley,” on circular 
bat. 





298 - 


Height, 12 % inches. 


299 






300- 


-Tobv Jug J £ fAfVxM 
Cream ware. Brown and blue/topf a^id c^er of hat. 
Mottled yellow, brown and blue. Handled in form of 
a woman. First half of nineteenth century. (Crack 
in bottom.) 







ST 


-Clock Case f/- YV* > 

With modeled figures of boy and girl on sid^s( Staf- 
fordshire. Early nineteenth century. (Slight re- 
pair at top.) 



301— Clock Case *" ‘ * 

With modeled figures of boy and girl at sides and dog 

3S -^-. i n front. Staffordshire. Early nineteenth century. 

302 — Pair of Figures of Cows a- J-V. 

(Right and left.) With dairymaid and calf in fori 

J*"*' ground. Glazed with black and pink. Staffordshire. 
Early nineteenth century. 

303 — Pair of Candlesticks 
With modelled cupids. Cream ware. Decorated in 


/S 


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blue, orange and brown. Liverpool. 




301- 


305- 


^0 - 

306- 


7 


<rv 


Height, 10 inches. 

-Toy Clock f j Jy 0 , 

, . „ , . , I'C- 8 l/jtjwsuLJ 

Decorated m yellow, blue and green. L— 

Height, 8y 2 inches. (l 

-Toy Clock 

Yellow and brown decoration. 

Height, 8% inches. 

-Pitcher 

With medallions enclosing figures of peacocks in colors 
in relief. Different decoration on each side. Very 
beautiful. 

Height, 7% inches. 


307- 

308- 


/ V- 

309- 
0 J — 


-Pitcher 1 >\ J ~ (3 

With medallions enclosing figures of peacocks in colors 
in relief. Very beautiful. 

Height, 7 inches. 

-Pitcher 

Figure scenes in colored relief. Gretna Green Mar- 
riage. Liverpool. 

Height, 7 y 2 inches. 






311—1 


>jro 


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313- 

*) 


314- 

/ 6 S' 9 - 


-Pitcher 

Heart-shaped medallion enclosing figure scenes in re- 
lief. Inscribed “Sportive Innocence” and “Mischiev- 
ous Sport.” Liverpool. Early nineteenth century. 

Height, 5 inches. 

310 — Pitcher KJ > ^3 ' 

Colored figure reliefs in brown, blue, etc. Liverpool. 

Height, 5y 2 inches. 

Pitcher YV - W - a 

Relief figure designs in blue, brown and green on white 
ground. Staffordshire. Early nineteenth century. 

Height, 8 y 2 inches. 

312-Pitcher 

Relief figure designs in blue on white ground. Staf- 
fordshire. Early nineteenth century. (Slight crack 
on side of lip.) 

Height, 8 1 /, inches. 

Pn rCHER Y^' Y\r . 

Figures of Miser, Poet, Spendthrift and Shakespeare 
in colored reliefs. 

Height, 8 inches. 

Two Mustard Cups 'Yl . s£) . I 3/t. 

Blue decoration in relief. Scroll work. Fritted por- 
celain. Tournay, France. Eighteenth century. Very 


rare. 


•j 


315 — Teapot 

c - 

316 


YY‘ />' 

Irregular oval form. Colored reliefs in brown, yellow, 


green and blue. Liverpool 
Teapot 7 Vl/W' 


317 - 

318 - 

/3 




319 - 

cr« 


320 - 


321 — 

322 — 
/S’ Ce 


Old English. Colored decoration. (Slight imperfec- 
tion in gallery.) 

, Height, 5y 2 inches. 

-Pitcher JV • y (jty , y ^/U 

Figures of troopers in Continental costume in relief. 
Acanthus-leaf relief decoration at top and bottom. 
Liverpool. 

Height, 7*4 inches. 

Pitcher 

Medallions, painted with figure scenes, in Chinese 
style. Staffordshire. 

Height, 6j4 inches. 

Pitcher 7>VVo- 0' 

Two oval medallions enclosing Oriental figures in 
colors. 

/I Height, 6 incite 

Pitcher T'V * M/ - jl JLeuv^astAs 

With colored reliefs of Frederick the Great and 
campment. Liverpool. 

. Height, ly 2 inches. 
Pitcher CC- f'f(p 

With heart-shaped medallion enclosing figure scenes 
in relief in green, yellow and brown. Inscribed “Sport- 
ive Innocence” and “Mischievous Sport.” Liverpool. 
Early nineteenth century. 

, Height, 7y 2 inches. 

Pitcher yrtjtiL&lAs 

With heart-shaped medallion, enclosing figure scenes 
in relief. Inscribed “Sportive Innocence” and “Mis- 
chievous Sport.” Liverpool. Early nineteenth cen- 
tury. (Small piece out of base.) 


Height, 7 Vj inches. 




323 — Pitcher J '/ , \y ' (.\jyt_ 

Painted with medallions, containing classical figures 

^3 in salmon and black. Marked: “Neale & Wilson.” 

Late eighteenth century. (Very slight crack on in- 
side of rim.) 

Height, 6% inches. 

324 — Pair of Flower Pots and Trays 
Raised decoration in white on blue body. ^Impressed 


3d 


mark: “Wood and Caldwell.” 


Height, 3% inches. 


325 — Pair of Flower Pots and Tra^s^^^' 


7 ^ 


Raised decoration in classical style on blue body with 
lustred rim. Pink lustre bands. Impressed mark: 
“Wood and Caldwell.” (One has slight crack.) 

Height, 4J4 inches. 



326 — Castor 


^"P_£fL 



'Td'U' V' Ts 

Arched handle. Two condi- 
ment bottles. Portrait me- 
dallion on each side. Red, 
brown, blue and yellow deco- 
ration. Four feet. Hercu- 
laneum. A very rare piece. 

Height, 9 y 2 inches. 




327- 




on front, 
side of top.) 


Pitcher 

Liverpool. Ship on one side, 
“Washington in Glory” and 
“America in Tears” on the 
other. Eagle and monogram 
(Spout repaired and cracks around one 




Height, 7 inches. 



Items Nos. 328 to 339A (inclusive) are attributed 
to Castleford 


/o - 


328 — Candlestick 

Decorated with color relief and blue lines. 


329- 




2 


-Teapot 
Basalte ware 

i gar. Lid of same ware, but may have belonged to an- 


With medallions of Nelson and Trafal- 


other teapot. 


330 — Pitcher 


<!?• $juL o 


Raised decoration of ships and Lord Garvis. 
u_o around collar, bottom and on handle. 


Green 


331 — Pitcher 


2fC- y\. nvLtJj^ 


L 


Raised decoration in white. Green and blue around 
collar and handle. (Short crack near base.) 


332 — Pitcher 

Semi-Parian. 


rm.. 




0 ^ Semi-Parian. Relief designs of Liberty and American 

Eagle. Blue enamelled neck. Early" nineteenth cen- 
tury. (Slight defect in shield on one side.) 


333 — Pitcher 

Raised Figures of Drinking Scenes. Blue border and 
o a _ colored decoration in relief on collar. (Repair in bot- 
tom.) 

Height , 6 inches . 

33d — P itcher dfo - 

Raised decoration of female in white holding a sprig 
<5 vt/ of green; also touches of green and blue. 





Scalloped heart gallery. Sliding lid. Landscape 
decoration in colors. Very choice and rare. (Slight 
crack near bottom of handle.) 


336 — Teapot /]/ a Q. (3 

White relief decoration and bands of blue. Sliding 


/ 


-,c lid. 



337 



337 — Pair oe Candlesticks 
^ y Decorated in colors. 


a sf .<£ j 


r 

Height, \-y\ inches. 

338 — Teapot '/!/ ■ j^)_ 

Medallions with relief figures of children in white on 

/ / blue ground. (Crack in bottom.) 

339 — Teapot k t, 

Floral decoration. (Small piece out of one scallop of 

/ ^ ' gallery.) 


389 a— Coffee Pot YYl^O ' ^ 

Fine painting on each side. Lid surmounted by figure 
J of female and child. (Cracked.) 

Height, 1 Oy, inches. 


SPECIMENS OF COPPER AND CRUSHED 
STRAWBERRY LUSTRE AND SILVER 
RESIST 


340 — Pitcher 
£ 


l 





841 — Pair of Goblets 


340 


yV W- % 

Colored printed landscape decoration. 
Silver lustre neck with resist design in 
blue. 

Height, inches. 

Cream ware. Silver lustre. Floral 
— decoration. Staffordshire. 

342 — Figure of Girl Y]r • YV - ^ 

*L Silver lusre on yellow glaze. Beautifully modelled. I 

343 — Figure of Girl with Dolphin and Cupid 

Silver lustre. yy 

-T- A / ^ 

344 — Figure of Young Bacchus 
j '~j 4 -j Silver lustre. 

345 — Pitcher (3 

^ 'j S T> S ilver lustre. Blue decoration. Farm scene. 

346— Pitcher yk l0 

Printed silver resist hunting scene decoration in blhe, 

/ - 0 • C7 v ^ 

"l 0 surrounded by silver lustre ground. Floral band on 


rim. 


Height, 4% inches. 


347 — Pitcher 






'YVi/iso' (pl 

Three circular medallions in white, 
containing landscape in colors, 
surrounded by coral red ground 
Silver lustre neck. 

Height, (i yj inches. 

348 — Pitcher p/]/- tr\J ■ — 


347 




Silver resist lustre. Swan 
decoration. 

Height, 5 inches. 

349 — Pitcher ri - ft- 
j ^ >•_ Silver resist agricultural designs. 

350 — Pitcher yv- {uCajp- 

l Silver resist leaf decoration. 

351 — Pitcher (Q/yCti (^'^tPl /i/ijz/ls 
Printed resist decoration of hunting scene in blue. 

6 C 

"■ Height, 5 inches. 

352 — Silver Resist Pitcher 

The “Blacksmith’s Epitaph” on both sides. Poetic in- 
~l<f^ scription in front. Also the name “Samuel Tidswell,” 
and date 1814. 




353 — Pitcher 



(Si^CO t & ia*soL/!s’ 

Silver resist decoration of 1/iyds 
and flowers on blue body. Abie 
of the rarest of lustre pitchers. 

Height, 6 inches. 

or 4 o . r 

354 — Six Pups and Saucers 

Silver resist lustre. An excep- 
/ 0 Vjional set. 


355 — Bulb Pot T/1/^0 

Semi-cylindrical form, on four feet. (jSilver resist dec- 
oration. Three medallions containing Cupids in brown. 
Batt printed. (Back cracked.) 

. Height, 6% inches. 


356 — Four Vases 


A 


Flaring. Silver and red floral decoration on cream- 
colored body, with silver lustre band. 

Height , 4*4 inches. 

357— Pitcher ^ ^ ^ 

Printed silver resist decoration of horse, jockey and 
bird in blue surrounded by silver lustre ground. 

358 — Pitcher Y~/lA*0 V 

Decorated with rural figure 
scenes in colors. Silver resist 
lustre neck. 

Height, 5'/., inches. 



y 359— Pitcher -Yl/ . 

' ^ y Silver resist lustre. Bird and 


358 


floral decoration. 


^3 Q. 


360 — Pitcher 
Silver resist. Wheat decoratioxljin panels. 

! 7 7. — 1 — Height, 5y 2 inches. 

361- Cream Jug y, ^ ./3 /T 

Underglaze blue landscape ^decoration. Silver lustre 
borders, with white silver resist decoration in front. 
D-shaped handle. 


362 — Pitcher 

Moreland print in blue on silver lustre ground. (Bot- 
*t~ 0 ‘—'k om cracked.) 


Height, 5 y, inches. 



Td 


863— Pitcher yV ' W ' & 

Cream ware. Two silver lustre oval panels with paly- 

Silvcr lustre and red 


chrome Oriental figure scenes. 




designs on necks. 

364— PrrcHEit 

Irregular quadrilateral form. Silver lustre, with re- 
/j sist floral decoration. Neck decorated with floral de- 

sign in colored relief. 

Height, 5y 2 inches. 

365- P.tche E y>U i'ACLs—. 

Heraldic and bird decoration in white resist on silver 
lustre ground. On front, inscription: “Thomas Web- 
ster 1812.” 


< 2 - 7 ^ 


366 — Pitcher 

Same design as No. 363, but 


Height, 6j/[ inches. 


Jr* 

367- 

* 2 ^ 2 . 

368— 


larger. /"> 




unting scene in black decora- 




<rv 


Pitcher 

Silver resist lustre. H 
tion. 

Height, G% inch 

Bonaparte Pitcher ' / l / i/o ^ 

Silver lustre collar. Mask lip. Picture on one side 
of “Little Bony Sneaking into Paris with a White 
Feather,” and on the other side, “Jack Frost Attack- 
ing Bony in Russia.” 



Height, 51/, inches. 


369 — Pitcher 




YYW 



Silver lustre resist decoration, 
with white medallions, enclos- 
ing birds painted in colors. 
Flat-iron handle. (Crack in 
rim.) 

Height, 4J4 inches. 


Tncu>- 



370 — Bow l 

7 f , Outer decoration painted in silver. Inner decoration 
6 of grapevine painted in colors on silver lustre ground/ 

371 — Pitcher YV- ■ J 

^ Hunting scenes in white relief on silver lustre grohnd. 

Height, 4j 4 inches. 

872— Pitcher b+XX 

Heraldic design painted in colors on one side; land- 
^ scape on the reverse in brown and yellow. “John 




Pers 


Silver lustre neck. 


Height, 5 inches. 


373 — Pit c h e k 




Printed resist decoration of grapes and leaves in blue, 
X / surrounded by silver lustre ground. 

Height, 6J4 inches. 


374 — Pitcher * ^ 

Silver resist lustre. Bird decoration on side. 


Height, 5% inches. 


375— Pit CHER 

Decorated with Moreland print in blue 'on rose lustre 
& J ~ ground. 


Height, inches. 


378 


377 


( 5 


376 - 


Pitcher 

Resist floral and vine decoration painted in colors on 
silver lustre ground. A most unusual piece. 


Height, 7% inches. 


877 - 


6 


*5 


4 * 


Pitcher * <r * 

Moreland print in colors on silver lustre ground. 

Height, 5v[ inches. 


378 — Pitcher 




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Printed resist decoration in blue, surrounded by sil- 
-ver lustre ground. Trellis design. 


Height, 5 inches. 



Ty^so ' fl/u. 


/o 



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379 — Posy Holder 
. Semicircular. Flat back. Silver resist anti relief dec- 

oration. Cover with perforations of two sizes for 
flowers. Exceptional. 


Print ^ f ^ ■ 2V .A 


380 — Mor eland 

In blue on silver lustre ground. Inscribed: “Thomas 
West.” (Small piece out of rim.) 

~~r~ - — " Height, (i r ^ inches. 






381 — Pitcher 

Floral resist decoration in colors on silver lustre 
— ground. 

Height, 5y» inches. 


382— Pitcher t 2. > ~7 s 

Resist bird and floral decoratioiy in white on silver lus- 
tre ground. 

d^^ 


383 — Pitcher 

Same as No. 381. 

$6- 


Height, 5% inches. 

\QjCO SjLA^uA' 



Height, 0 y 3 inches. 



385 


384 

/'V 


385 


384 — Pitcher TV V/- / 

Silver resist lustre. “The Farmer’s Arms” on one (j 
side. Poetic inscription on the other and beautiful 
spring scene in colors on front. (Crack in handle.) 

Height, 8 inches. 


385 — Pitcher 
3^1 ^ ground 


'99 ' k9 - 


Resist bird and floral designs in white on silver lustre 


Height, (iv) inches. 


386— Pitcher 




Silver resist lustre. Purple landscape medallion on 
sides. 

Height ,^L inches. 

387— Pitcher ' ( 

Silver lustre. Resist decoration of bird and foliage in 

- 2 '7 €t colors. 

388— Pitcher 

Silver resist lustre, with portrait of Sir Francis Bur- 
dette on one side and inscription on the other. 

Height, 5 inches. 



'XVWO' C]/" 


7 ■ 


•389 — Posy Holder 

Silver resist lustre. Ship decoration. Lid surmounted t 
with head of dog. Decorated on all sides. Very un- 
usual. (Slightly damaged.) 

Height, 9 inches. 


o 


3 o 



390 — Pitcher 


Silver lustre. Maso/ic 
decoration. Resist. 

Height, 6% inches. 

'>? ■ if Vbw< 

391 — Pitcher 

Silver resist lustre. Oc- 
tagonal in form. Floral 
\fl) decoration. 


390 


Height, 5 1 / 2 inches. 


4-1 


392 

C8 


Pitcher 


'fYVts 


Printed resist decoration 
(Small repair on rim.) 


CL* $ ' .. 

of hunting scene in blue. 


Height, 5 inches. 


393 — Pitcher 


393 


Tlz-YV- df* 





,^0 Silver resist lustre. Bird deco- 
ration on sides and ruins on 
front printed in brown. Very 
choice. 

Height, 5y 2 inches. 

394 — Pitcher / yw ^ ( ? t 

Silver lustre decoration, with 
resist grape design in colors. 

Height, 4 y, inches. 


o q r n YIs -K& . i? \ 

395- Pitcher 

Printed decoration with Moreland print in colors, 
with a brownish silver lustre ground. (Tip of spout 
37 ^ _ repaired. ) 

Height, 4 inches. 






? 



39(5 — Pitcher 

Silver resist lustre. Horse decoration painted in colors 
& on one side, under which are words “Yong Sweet Will- 

iam Forever.” Lion in silver resist on reverse. A 
choice piece. Dated 1813. 




Height, 8 inches. 



397 — Pitcher 




Silver resist lustre. Bird decoration on side. 



Height, 5 % inches. 


6 



398 — Pitcher 

Decorated with colored designs of hunting scene and 




of “The Farmer’s Arms.” 


Silver resist neck. 

Height. inches. 


399— Vase 









Silver lustre decoration in vermiculate pattern, with 
conventional floral medallion. Rectangular plinth. 


400 Pitcher ^ ^ ■ 

Irregular quadrilateral form. Silver lustre with re- 
*— — sist floral decoration. Neck decorated with floral de- 
sign in colored relief. 


Height, 5 y 2 inches. 


THIRD AND LAST AFTERNOON’S SALE 


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1915 

AT THE AMERICAN ART GALLERIES 

BEGINNING AT 2.30 O’CLOCK 
Which includes Catalogue Nos. 401 to 601. 


401 — Sugar Bowl 


oao ^ 


Oval shape. Decorated with pillars and urns in re- 
/ (o lief, edged with brown, green and lilac. Stafford- 
shire. Early nineteenth century. 


402 — Pitcher 


ve Af ). 


vT JL- 


White stone ware with allegorical 
Brown collar. Marked (B. Adams). 


figures 


in 


relief. 




403 — Pitcher Ol ^ yLO ' 

Colored transfer designs represen 

- (j *• o £ 



CL- 'Q) 

Le Bruin leav- / 


ing Paris.” Reverse — “Cossack Mode of Attack. 

Red floral design around collar. 

Height, 5 y s inches. 


W- yv. 


3^ 


404 — Pair Pitchers ' ' V . 

Cream ware. Raised decoration of huntsmen in 
colors. Colored hand on rim. 


Height, (i inches. 


405 — Pitcher 


(jM/"?'— 


( 3 - 


^JuCtjU 


y<5 Decoration in colors. On one side Dr. Syntax bound 

to a tree, on the other the Garden Trio. 

406— Hot-water Pot Q. 

^ Decorated in floral designs and enamel colors. Early 

c ’/' ' soft paste. Worcester. 


$0 



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With six shelves for holding bonbons, etc. Shell anil 
rustic modelling, surmounted by a bird. Decorated in 
blue. Chelsea. Eighteenth century. Beak chipped. 
A museum piece. 

'Y'y . kQ , ( 

The Lion T a m e r . 
Raised figure of man 


409 — Pitcher 



410 


and lions in colors on 
each side. Lion han- 
dles. Remarkable piece. 

Height, 0 inches. 

pitchek?^ . 

Cream ware, with land- 




409 


scape containing paint- 
ed medallion in colors. 
Red ribbed neck. 

Height, 8 inches. 


(J 



CIt tit sit 



/7 c - 

411 — Vase 

Inverted pear-shape, with tnot- 
tled rose lustre. Wedgwood. 

Height, 11 inches. 

„ W r, *Ay ( Loux6j*i6_ 

412 — Small Teapot n f 

On th ree feet. Brown and yel- 1/ 

t° low streaked glaze. Cream- 
colored edge. Astburv School. 


413 — Two Te 

an 


Feapots, Sugar Bowg, 
JD Creamer // - rO . ( 'J 


411 


414- 

94 - 

415 - 

/ 7 e. 

416 - 

61^ 


Q j L Boat - shaped, cane - colored 
' stone ware, with relief designs 

of children, mythological sub- 
jects, etc. Brown edging. By William Adams. About 
1 800. 

( Illustrated ) 

-Teapot ^ 

White reliefs on dark red ground. Astbury ware. 

-First half of eighteenth century. ( Rim slightly im- 
perfect.) 

( Illustrated ) 


Tea pot 

Similar to the preceding. 

( Illustrated) 


<°1 


/ 

Teapot, Sugar Bowl, Cream Jug and Waste Bowl 
Fawn-colored stone ware, with relief designs of Cupids, 
etc. Marked “S. Hollins.” (Lid of ieapoat repaired.) 
( Illustrated) 


4F 




Teapot h " 

Red stone ware, with applied reliefs. Elers. 
1700. Remarkably fine example. 

( Illustrated ) 


ii 

About 


Cl ' -jC • 


418 — Teapot 

“Boccaro” red stone ware. Applied relief decoration 
£ - in Hawthorne pattern. Chinese. Lid old English en- 


gine-turned stone ware. 


41 0 — Pitcher 





With medallions en- 
closing figures of pea- 
cocks in relief. (Tip 
of lip repaired.) A 
most beautiful piece. 

Height, 8 inches. 

420 — Pitcher /V/ • 

With modelled figures 
' j t> in the central opening 
seen through wheel- 
shaped lattice. Han- 
dle in the shape of a monkey. Staffordshire. A very 
unusual piece. 

Height, 11 inches. 



* 2-6 




421 — Pair of Gravy Boats J 

English pheasant decoration in colors. (Small pie^e 
out of side of one.) Rare pieces. 

Height., .‘5 inches. 

422— Basket 

Openwork design. Green glaze. Staffordshire. Early 
' nineteenth century. 



tsSiA-* 


423- 




-Pitcher ~/jy , Vy . 

With masks of Comedy and Tragedy in relief. Acar 
thus-leaf decoration in relief at base. Festoons of 
grapes around neck. Handle in form of satyr. Liv- 
erpool. 

Height, 12 inches. 



424 — Pitcher 


Same as No. 423, but different coloring, 
pair on handle.) 


t 

(Slight re- 



425 — Pitcher 


Vi/ 


“World in 

S — the other. 


Planisphere” on one side. Greek ruins on 
Staffordshire. An exceptional piece. 


Height, 9{4 inches. 


42 6- 


1 



0 o 


-Mug yy, yQ , 

Decorated with maps of the two hemispheres, with 
inscription, “The World in Planisphere.’ 

“J. Radford, Sculptor.” 


WEDGWOOD 

427 — Basket and Tray V ' X ' 

Wedgwood. Openwork. Red bands and anchor deco- 
ct ~ ^ r ation. 




428- 


Vases cl- <£ ■{/. 


?s~ 


-Pair of Pot-pourri Vases i kO JLASlA - gU ^ 
Cream ware. Modelled festoon and dragon decoration^ 
Dark brown and white. Wedgwood. Late eighteenth 
century. 


429 — Posy Holder 






sv 


Cream ware. Perforated lid. Acanthus-| dec ora- 
tion in white on brown glazed ground. Marked 


‘Wedgwood.” 


U 


430— Pitcher - > v . 

Figure designs in colors on front. Inscribed: 

yj ^ “Thomas Adams 1811, a present for my dear boy.” 

Adams worked for Wedgwood and probably made this 


for his son. It is marked “Wedgwood.” 


431- 

Chi ^ 


Hot-water Jug, with Cover ^ ' 

Agate ware. Wedgwood. Late eighteenth century. 




432 — Pair of Teapots n-y\. c 

Leeds. Decorated in colors. Four scenes in the Pro<jl- 

; / igal’s Life. Ear-shaped handles. (It is doubtful if 
there are two other such teapots in this country.) (One 
slightly repaired.) 

433 — Teapot 

Cylindrical shape, with colored prints; figure scene 
r\ y f and map of the world. Leeds. Late eighteenth cen- 
tury. (Slight imperfection in lid and on rim.) 


LEEDS WARE 



/to 



434 — Leeds Teapot, Cream Jug, Sugar Bowl axd Waste 
Bowl 




Ship and floral decoration. Also inscription in 
Dutch “1817.” Very fine set. 


X 1 



436 

437 

JO 

438- 

fd - 


435 — Pitcher 

Leeds. Three medallion scenes of birds, etc., in colors 
<*rC on broad band of coral. 

Height,, Gy, inches. 

Teapot Ct ■ ^ 

Leeds. Circular form, with twisted handle. Brown 
tortoise-shell flower and leaf finial. Ribbed sides. 

Beaded border. (Tip of spout damaged.) 

Height, 5 inches. 

— Teapot , , 

t h 

Leeds. Whieldon style. Twisted handle. Brown tor- 
toise-shell, with splashes of green. Flower and leaf 
finial. (Cracked.) 

Height, 4 inches. 

-Two-handled Vase vr </ 

Decorated with horizontal bands, with relief ornament- 
ation in brown. Handles crossed, terminating in leaf 
antifixes. Leeds. 

439— Pitcher yVtAO' ^ 

Leeds. Chinese figure decora- 
tion. Marked “1783.” Rare 



440 — Pitcher 


piece. 

/Height, 7 inches. ^ 

(/ / 2tslSC / (^ l ^ ^ ^ 
Crossed handles and colored 
/ 'l i*2^- m edallions enclosing inscrip- 
tion : “Mr. John Copestake, 

Shirley Lodge, 1770.” Leeds. 

(Has crack.) 

441— Pitcher , Y . 

iiL- Leeds. Coral body with col- 
ored medallion of dogs and birds on sides and small 
colored medallion of partridge under spout. 

Height, 5y, inches. 


439 


p TYu^ - 

Pitcher ^ 


^7 


442 — Cylindrical 

Decorated with vases of tiowe 
'^2-' rose-colored ground. Leeds, 
turv. 



in colors on a mottled 
Late eighteenth cen- 


443 — Teapot nrv- 

Leeds. Crossed handles. Prince 
and Princess of Orange decora- 
tion. Inscription in Dutch. 

?>Uo - 

444 — Cove k ed 

Leeds. Crossed handles. “I 
H. S.” decoration. Choice piece. 

445 — Teapot 

Leeds. Oriental decoration in brown. 

Height, 9^4 inches. 


/^7<TZL 







Coffee Pot 

Dome - shaped cove r. 
Cream ware, decorated in 
colors. Leeds. 

• " 0 ■ ^3 A. 

i EAPOT 

Leeds. Twisted handle. 
Floral decoration. (Tip 
of spout repaired.) 


417 


Height, 7 l / 2 inches. 


CANARY AND CANARY RESIST LUSTRE 


448 — Pitcher 


A, 








3 


-g Canary. Silver lustre bands and portrait of Sir 


Francis Burdette on each side. 

~H eitfkt, 5i/, incites. 

449— Pitcher / / - Hj . [fi 

Canary. Wide band of silver resist lustre around 
body. Silver lustre trimmings. 

450— Pitcher t u / 

Canary. Black transfer prints. Two views of do- 

/J> 0 — mestic scenes. (Small crack on one side of border.) 

Haight; 5y s inches. 

451— Pitcher Z''/' O ■ ( 3 ^ 

Canary ground. Wide band in silver resist around 
body. Silver lustre trimmings. 

Height, 5 % inches 

V-~ 

Silver resist decollation on ca- 
nary-yellow ground. Cherries 
and fern design. 




— o 


452 — Two-handled Mug 



Height, 4% inches. 


452 


453 — Two Child 

(A) Canary; silver resist lus 
J t-f~ ** tre on upper half. 




(B) Canary glaze; with resist decoration on red pink- 


ish lustre ground. 


454 — Salt Shaker 
- »• Silver resist on canary ground. A very rare piece. 


Height, 2 inches. 


Height, 4.24 inches 

Y >.,0 


\J/_. I v 


455 — Pitcher 

Canary-yellow ground. Portrait of Sir Francis Bur- 
~ dette on one side; on the other, inscription in his 
Honor. Silver lustre trimmings. Date 1810. (Tip 
of spout repaired.) 


Height. 5j/( inches. 


456 — Pitcher 



TfM* ' 

Wheat and grape-leaf decora- 
tion in silver lustre on canary- 
yellow ground. Silver lustre col- 
lar and handle. 

Height, 4j/( inches. 

jlhvuy 


456 


/ 457— Teapot A X 

£ 0 — ^ Yellow. Diamond shape. Col- 

‘ ored decoration. Swan finial. 


r 


Probably Bristol. (Handle cracked.) 


458 -Pitcher 





Silver resist collar, edged with red. T ranklin’ s 


-'~j Maxims and Farmer’s Creed on sides in black transfer 
print. (Small crack on side of neck.) 

Height, 5 inches. 


V\aaJ6 


459 —Mug 

Yellow glaze. Bands of silver lustre. Black transfer 
^ ’ medallion of “Charity.” 

Height, 3 inches. 




460 — Pitcher 
Canary. Silver lustre bands. Two circular medal- 
ions. Rural scenes in black transfer. 

• Height, 5% inches. 

461— Pair of Vases 

^ Cream ware. Canary glaze. Floral decoration \\\y^ 
colors. 

_ Height, 5 1 /, inches. 

462— Mug 

Canary. Compass decoration in red transfer. 

Height, 4 1 /, inches. 

468 — Cream Pitcher 

Silver lustre on canary-yellow ground. Raised designs 
bunting scenes in yellow relief. 




■ft 



Height, 3% inches. 


%kO (3 


464 — Pair of Bowls 
Canary glaze. Black transfer landscapes. Made at 
Creil, France, an imitation of English ware. Early 
nineteenth century. 

Height, 3 inches. 

465— Pitcher 71 / * ^ M , 

Canary. Shell and polychrome decoration. 

Height, 5 inches. 


466 — Pitch er 


'YVL/^0 


' /■ / 


Canary yellow. Coat-of-arms of U. S. in black trans- 


"*i— for on either side. Silver lustre trimming 


Height, 4 J4 inches. 





<? 


/L 


467 — Pair Five-branched Vases 

With relief decorations, striped blue and yellow, 
rectangular plinth. Unusual specimens. 


On 


0 


468 — Pitcher 


71 / ■ '"0 > (3 




Canary. Portrait of Sir Francis Burdette on one 
side. Poetic inscription on the other. Raised decora- 
tion in colors around collar. 


Height, 4<y 2 inches. 


469- -Pitcher > 

<36 Leaf decoration in silver resist on canary ground. 

Height, 5 inches. 


470 

ao 


— Teapot ^ 

Deep yellow. Rose lustre decoration, touched with v 
’--"red, green and black, on four low feet. (Spout has 
been cemented and loop on cover repaired.) 





473 

471 — Tall Yellow 


Coffee lot 


77 


4 \j Dome-shaped lid. Canary-yellow ground. Red and 
green floral decoration. 


472— F 


ITCHEU 





<t 


Canary yellow. Wide band of silver resist kretre 
around body. Silver lustre lines around edge. Un- 
usual shape. 

Height, 4 y 2 inches. 


473 — Pitcher 




Canary yellow ground. Wide band of silver resist 
lustre around body. Silver lustre trimmings. 

t ^ Height, 5 j 4 inches. 


474 — Pitcher 


£ 


^ r~o v Canary ground. Wide band in silver resi/t around 
body. Silver lustre trimmings. 


Height, 5 inches. 


475 — Pitcher 


Wheat and gr 
£lS~) canary -yellow 

' handle. 


ape-leaf 

ground. 


decoration in silver lustre on 
Silver lustre on collar and 

Height, 5 inches. 


476— 


PlTCHER C/t . L " j / 

Black transfer scene on canaryAyellow ground 
ver lustre trimmings. 


ow ground. Sil- 

II eight, 5 y 2 inches. 


477— -Pitcher 




Canary-yellow 
^jsides. Silver 
paired. ) 


ground. Black transfer scenes on 
lustre trimmings. (Tip of spout rc- 

Heiglit, 5 1 /, inches. 



478— Pr RCHER 

Canary-yellow ground. Transfer medallion of Hope 

^ ^ and Charity on sides, and face in front. Silver lustre 

trimmings. Choice piece. (Small crack on bottom, 


but does not seem to go through.) 


Height, (ij^ inches. 


479- 


— Pit CHER VK V\s. 

t Floral decoration in silver resist on canary ground. A 
(j 0 choice piece. 


Height, 6 inches. 



480 — A Set of Five Vases r>. A- 4 

Silver resist. Classic shape. Light yellow background/ 
^ ~ — Pictures in sepia of Madame Recamier in different- 

poses. Batt printed, which is scarce. Probably Dav- 
enport or Spode. 


4-81 — Leaf-shaped Dish 
/S ' 0 - — Light green. Whieldon. 


WHIELDON WARE 


3 ^ 


482 — Pair of Plates (2 ' yCjit 

0 , Borders decorated with flowers, butterflies, etc., 


in 


relief. Plate blue, mottled with green. Whieldon. 


483 — Plate ' \\Q- C3 a a * _ 

With relief decoration in green, purple and yellow. 

/ ^ °S Whieldon. 

484 — Plate rs- 
Octagonal shape. Rope border. Mottled brown. 


>7 


it 




Yellow and green glaze. Whieldon. 

485 — Dish TV- -&-AJUL 

Fruit decoration in relief. Green and brown mottled 


glaze. Whieldon. 



488 — Platter 

Cj ,, Cauliflower design in green. Whieldon ware. £- 
( ^ markable piece. 

Length, 14 inches. 

489 — Pitcher ^ 

Grapevine and grape decoration in relief. Mottled 


jrO brown glaze. Stands on three feet, modelled in shape 
of lion’s paws. Whieldon. 


490 — Coffee Por 


Brown, green and yellow mottled glaze. Whieldon. 
^7^ (Slightly imperfect.) 


486— Dish 


■/VtXO ' y ' . V ^JlSiaJI 


Fruit decoration in relief. Openwork edged in green, 
^yellow and brown glaze. Whieldon. 


487— Platter A /' i /. 

Mottled purplish brown and green glaze. Marked : 
(J — " “D. D. & Co. Castleford.” Very rare. 

Length, 13 inches. 


491 — Tea Caddy 

Cauliflower. Whieldon. 


492 — Teapot 


rv • w . v 

Grapevine decoration in relief. Mottled green, brawn 
js 0 and yellow glaze. Crab-stock spout and hanale. 

Stands on three feet, modelled in shape of lion’s paws. 
Whieldon. 


^7 


493 — Whieldon Teapot (yl , 
■o Cauliflower decoration. 


^ 



Height, 4% inches. 


494— W hieldon Hot-water Pitcher, with Cover 

Cauliflower decoration. (Small repair on spout and 
30 cover.) 

Height, (i inches. 




497 


49(5 495 ' 

495— Teapot 

h "7 Pineapple pattern in green and yellow glaze. Whiel- 

( don. 


49(j — T eapot (l i 1 11 

j ' . 

With relief figures in six niches modelled in Chinese 
— — style. Brown and green glazed rococo handle and 
spout. Whieldon. 


497 — Whieldon Teapot 


71/. V!/. $ > 




P 

497a- 

497 b- 

/L ^ 

497c- 

498— 

$6 


Melon shape. Raised decoration of grapes and berr/iek 

He l (jlit, 5 i / 3 incite*. 

( Illustrated ) 

—Sauce Boat r /hPl 

Agate ware. Boat-shaped. Three mask and paw 
feet. (Lip cracked.) 

Height, 3 y, inches. 

~ Teapot 'WUso - 

Agate ware. Glohidar body. Curved spout. On three 
feet. ( Repaired. ) 

—Rabbit 

Mottled brown. Whieldon scho 



Figure of Horse 




498 


Lengthen inches. 

(C'ob.) In brown /and 
yellow mottled Maze, 
standing on green glaze 
base. Whieldon. ( Base 
repaired and piece off one 
ear.) 

499 — Sugar Bowl with Cover 
G r a p e vine decoration. 

Cream color touched with 

— 

green and brown. Whiel- 
don. 


500- 

501- 


-Sugar Bowl with Cover 
Decorated with horizontal green and 
Whieldon. 

VU. w. 

-Whieldon Hot-water Pitcher, with Cover 
Grapevine decoration. Cream color, touched with 
-green and brown. 


Height, 4 inches. 


502 — Teapoy 




l a?- c~. 


n 





Rectangular form. Sunken panels containing figures 
in low relief in Chinese style. Covered with green 
glaze. Whieldon. 


503 — Teapoy 







Rectangular form, with sunken panels containing 
. /, ures modelled in low relief, in Chinese style. Covered 
with green and yellow glaze. Whieldon. (Piece out 


of neck. ) 


^ "O' 




504 — Whieldon Teapot „ - 

Modelled design of pineapple on each side. Exquisite 
green. 



n 

505 — Cornucopia Wall Vase 

Relief figure of a woman surrounded bv rococo frame. 

rown mottled glaze. Whieldon. Eighteenth cen- 
tury. (Slight imperfection on upper edge.) 







508 


507 — Teapot 


510 




— - Relief decoration of cows, sheep, swan, horse, etc., in 

f ' — green and brown glaze. Cover finial in form of a lamb. 

Copy of a salt glaze pattern. Whieldon. A museum 
piece. 

508 — Coffee Pot 1 1 

Cauliflower decoration. Whieldon. (Tip of spout 




broken.) 


506 — Cornucopia 


Wale YasS'S ' 


Relief figure of a woman surrounded by rococo frame. 
Brown and green mottled glaze. Whieldon. Eigh- 
— teenth century. (Upper edge repaired.) 

( Illustrated ) 


507 







509 — Tureen with Cover ' 'J ' c 

_ Basket decoration in relief. Three feet in the form 
of lion’s head. Grapeleaf handles and cover. Wottled 
brown, green and pale blue glaze. Whieldon. Museum 
piece. (Slight crack in handle of cover.) 


— 


510- 




jr? 


-Tale Coffee Pot 
Whieldon. Twisted handle of three strands. Flower 
and leaf finial. Brown tortoise-shell with splashes of 
green. 

Height, 11 y 2 inches. 


( Illustrated ) 


511 — Teapot 



cW' 


s-c 


YlrhD., ^ 

Striped green and yellow glaze. Incised ornamenta- 
tion. Crab-stock spout and handle. Whieldon. 
'OSmall repair on one side.) 


^ “ 5 ' Yl/", 


512 — Hot-water Pot 

Cream ware. With mottled browW and yellow glaze. 
j — Crossed handle. Floral shaped finial. Whieldon. 
(Chip off base and tip of spout.) 



•7 


513 - 


WHITE AND COLORED SALT-GLAZE 

-Basket and Tray iJUXo G 
White salt-glaze. Openwork design. 


77 


514- 




-Teapot 

White salt-glaze. Figure decoration in enamel colors. 
.Unusually rare specimen. (Loop on lid cemented.) 

( Illustrated ) 


515— Teapot Y 

White salt-glaze. Decorated in enamel colors. About 
1770. (Slight repair.) * 


7o' 


516- 


4 -> 


A* 


(Illustrated) 

-Hot-water Jug ? */ i / uo < '/!/ 

White salt-glaze. Decorated with figure scenes in 
enamel colors. Three modelled mask feet. About 
1780. (Slight repair on bottom.) 

( Illustrated ) 

-Hot-water Jug yy * 

White salt-glaze. Incised decoration; sanded bands 
around cover finial. About 1770. 


518 — Teapot 


( Illustrated ) 


o ^ 


White salt-glaze. Incised decoration. Mask spout. 
Lion cover finial. Sanded bands around body. About 
1780. 


( Illustrated ) 



519 — Teapoy 


VsuJLo -LMs Vr. 




Rectangular form, 
blue decoration of 
nitt 1770.” 


White salt-glaze, with scratched 
flowers. Inscribed “Agniss Ben- 


520 — Large Circular Platter 




White salt-glaze. 



521 — Pitcher 


T'Vu '7^- 


j^y^cp] L. 


White salt-glaze. Shell design. On three feet 
5 >• small crack in bottom.) 


(V 


{Illustrated) 


Height, 3 y 2 inches. 





522 


522 — Pitcher 


xf' & 


Salt-glaze. Deep rose enamel ground. White medal- 
(j lion enclosing floral design in colors. A rare piece. 

Height, 4 inches. 



SPLASHED AND MARBLE ROSE LUSTRE 



Height, 5 1 /, inches. 



526 — Pair of Goblets T/'TfJ. 

/ ( f~~0 Splashed rose lustre. Wedgwood 

. /-s Height, i 

527 — Pair of Goblets ' A/L • [ ^ ✓tzuCXu 

Splashed rose lustre. Wedgwood. 

r Height , 5 inches . 

528 — Pair of Candlesticks ^ . yy. <j -Orf 
Splashed rose lustre. (Very small repair on top of 

/ / (J ^ one.) 



Height, 4 inches. 


529- 

530- 

531- 

trd — 

531a 

3 / ^ 

531b- 

531c- 


- Vase V!/ ■ 4c 

Splashed rose lustre. Wedgwood. 


-Mug / 7>>^ ' 

Splashed rose lustre. Wedgwood 


Height, 5y z inch ex. 

Height, 3 % inches v 



-Pitcher 

U. h U. 

Splash lustre. Wedgwood. 

Height, 4 1 /, inches. 

—Tankard 

Cream ware. Relief decoration in colors' Mid rose ^ 
lustre. Inscription around center: “Warranted Win- 
chester Measure.” Repousse silver lid. Unusual. 

Height, 8 inches. 

—Pitcher (JLOCj 

Quadrilateral. Black transfer decoration on pale blue n 
ground in round panels. Lustre and colored neck. v 
Female figure handle. 

Height, 5 y z inches. 


— Four-sided Pitcher 
Rose-lustre fluting and fou 
green wreath. 


lvinedallions surrounded by 


531 d — Pitcher 



531n 


Bust of Queen Caroline in white 
relief on rose-lustre ground. 
Raised decoration in colors at 
top. 

Height, 5 inches. 

531 e — Pitcher TV \ trQ > (3 

Similar to No. 531 d. 

rUl «r<J 

Height, 4J4 inches. 




Try^ 

531f — Pair of Five-fingered RosEV^trsTRE Vases 

/ /- 4 * Impressed mark: “Sewell.” 

/ 0 6 ~~ v 

TV'T/' $ 

531g — Pair of Five-fingered Rose-lustre Vases 


/ (Ft! - 


Similar to the preceding. 


531 h— Tea Service V/L*a ' 



^ 1 / 


Cream ware. Consisting of teapot, creamer, sugar 
I j C — bowl and twelve cups and saucers. Decorations painted 
in rose lustre. Staffordshire, Fug., about 1830. 


532— Miniature Tea Set / 

Splashed rose-lustre within and without. Marked 
“Wedgwood.” 

It is doubtful if there is another such set in this country. 


( Illustrated ) 




3* wtyuA* // ^' G^\<s^ // L* 

533 — Marble Rose-lustre Set 

Consisting of egg stand, with silver lustre handle 
7 (j minating in a lion’s head, four egg cups, two small 
dishes, jam pot and sugar sifter. An unusually fine 
set. 


EARLY SOFT PASTE WORCESTER 


534 * — Cream Jug ?V- rv. I 

M — With broad spreading lip 
soft paste Worcester 


Decorated in blue. Ea 
Crescent mark. 


$ -f . 


535 — Pitcher 

With crossed handles and blue decoration. 
/ / C( A_ Worcester, soft paste porcelain. Staffordshire 
nineteenth century. 


(7 



536 — Teapot 


• ‘Yf < $ 




Flox-al decorations in blue. Early soft paste Worces-^ 
c 9-^ ^ ter. Crescent mark. 


537— Teapot Q . ^ 

Floral decoration in blue. Early soft paste Wgjrces- 
ter. Crescent mark. (Tip of lip repaired.) 


538- 


Sugar Bowl yvu »- 

Blue decoration. Early soft paste Worcester. Cres- 


' cent mark. 


^7^ 


539 — Butter Dish l k h j, 

Worcester. Blue decoration. Solid blue Crescent 
mark. 


540 — Hot-water Jug 0/ /• V 

Blue decoration. Early soft paste Worcester. Cres^ 1 


*") v~’ 1 cent mark. Cover with floral finial. 

— 


1 / 


541 — Hot-water Jug 


_ >h. ■ 

Blue decoration, in imitation of oldHMeissen. Early 
soft paste Worcester. Crossed swords and figure “9” 
mark. Very rare. (Slight crack in handle.) 


542 — Teapot 


Figure decoration in Chinese style. Early soft paste 
^ Worcester. 


4 


543 — Pitcher 
Caughley. 
piece. 


-O' 'jfyu/jM 


<StL 


Mask lip. Blue decoration. 


Marked^^ 




Height, 7y 2 inches. 

Straight neck, >rt*roll handle aruj^" 
Body in a raised;' lettuce-leaf pat- 
tern, with flowers, fruits, and butterflies. Transfer 
printed in blue. Mark: Open Crescent in blue. 

Height, II y 2 inches. 


544 — Pitcher 

Pear-shaped body 
graybeard spout. 


545 — Pitcher 


Cb V 

“Rodney.” Fluted pear-shape with curvatT neck. 
Spout formed as the head of Admiral Roqpey in a 
three-cornered hat. Acanthus-leaf decoration around 
rim, and groups of flowers and floral sprays on body 
and neck. Old Worcester. 


4 


546 — Teapot 

Decorated with figure scenes in Chinese style. Ef v 
2 * -- soft paste Worcester. 

547 — Teapot ?y U/s 
Decorated with bouquets of flo? rs in colors. Early 

•; ^ •'-s— soft paste Worcester. 

548 — Teapot IT '/' A /3 
Decorated with bouquets of flowers in colops. 1/ Earlf 

" soft paste Worcester. 





549- — Teapot 




Floral decoration. Early soft paste Worcester. 
/ (Crack in handle at top.) 



551 550 

550 — Small Fruit Dish 


552 



Openwork ; soft paste, 
tury. Very choice. 


Worcester. 


Eighteenth cen- 


551 — Teapot 


77't'OO ' 


Figure decoration in Chinese style. Early soft p^£te 
“7^ "'^-Worcester. Ear-shaped handle. 


552 — Teapot 




Blue and red floral decoration. Early soft paste 
Worcester. Crescent mark. (Slight imperfection in 
lid.) 


553 — Teapot 




- y~i^~Xjuo ^ 




Decorated with landscapes in blue and red. Early soft 
paste Worcester. “W” mark. Very rare. 


77 ' Kj -i 

^ r — Decorated in enamel colors. Early soft paste 

Worcester. Square mark. (Tip of lip imperfect.) 


554 — Chocolate Pot 


( Illustrated ) . \ 

555 — Teapot ^'^JcJUQ 7v<a^Cj / 
Wheel pattern. Alternate white and blue stripes, with 
red and gold decoration. Early soft paste Worces- 
ter. Square mark. 

( Illustrated ) 

TURNER WARE ^ / 



556 — Basket-shaped Posy Holder 
With white designs in relief on blue ground. Turner. 

557 — Pitcher 

Turner. Raised hunting scene decoration on bide 
73^ body. ^ 

-y, . T Height, 8^ inches. 

557a — Pitcher / / >■ ' (5 A 

Raised white decoration in relief on brown ground. 


7'~- — Mark : “Davenport” impressed with anchor. 


557b — Teapot 


“ u 


i/ 


Blue and white jasper. Decorated with white on blue 
\j 6 4 '~bands of acanthus-leaf and beaded decoration. “Cu- 
pids Playing.” Marked “Turner.” 

557c — Two Small PitcherT^^ 3 ' 





Turner. Blue, 
ferent sizes. 


Raised decoration in 


558 — Butter Dish and Tray 




white. Dif- 


White stone ware. White relief figures of children 
j^AUand classical subjects on brown glazed ground. Con- 
ventional leaf border design. 



Y\/ ^ 




559 — Large Turner Teapot 

Low form. Classical figures in white relief on brown 
glazed ground. Woven basket handle. 


yV . Y e 


500 — Two-handled Vase "/!/ t ' 1 / , X 

White stone ware. Flattened hexagonal form, with 
panels containing classical groups in white on matt 
brown ground. Acanthus-leaf borders in relief. 


0 ^ 


561 — Pitcher 


Height, 7 1 /, inches. 

n. c? , ft 




Turner. Raised classical figures in white on brown 
medallion background. Checker-board design on neck. 
Unusual shape and size. 

Height, 3 % inches. 


562 — Pitcher 



563- 


K K I7 

Turner. Raised classical figures 
on sides, one carrying medallion 
of George II or III. Chatsworth 
House painted in colors in front. 
Remarkably fine. 

Height, 7 y 2 inches. 

-Urn-shaped VAs^^^t^ 
White stone ware. Classical 
figure designs in relief in white 
on brown glazed ground. ( Small 
imperfection on bottom of base.) 


562 


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564 — Pitcher 

Relief figure designs on white. Brown glazed neck 
(j “and foot. Impressed mark: “Turner.” 

Height, 7i/ 3 inches. 



565 — Pair of Pitchers 


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Turner. Raised hunting scene decoration on brown 


body. 
566 — Teapot 



Height, 8 inches. 

YV-YV . 

Lozenge shape, with exqui- 
// 0 I ry sitely modelled reliefs in 

panels. “Turner” impressed. 
Late eighteenth century. Re- 
markably fine and rare speci- 
men. 

Turner. Three medallions, in classical style. Raised 

3 *7 S* figures on brown oval panels. 

I Height, 5% inches. 

568 — Urn-shaped Vase T / - </ . 

White stone ware. Medallion enclosing classical de- 
signs in relief on matt ground. 


567 — Pitcher 


Height, 6% inches. 



fierce, fit ' ' 5 SlZtZ 

569 — Two Teapots, Sugar bowl and Creamer 

Square shape. On low feet. Raised medallion deco- 
/OS- — ration on brown background. Openwork lid sur- 
mounted with figure of lion. Illustrated in Chaffer’s 
“Ceramics.” Impressed mark: “Turner.” (Tip of 
one spout repaired and creamer has crack.) 


570— ' Teapot ^ 

Turner. Low form. Basketry surface. Leaf decora- 
L i J . ' *•6 J tion in relief around shoulder and on lid on brown 
ground. U-shaped handle. 

571— Urn-shaped Vase ' Qa V. ' / 

Turner. White stone ware. Classical figure designs 
-in relief in white on brown glazed ground. 

Height, 5 inches. 

572 — Spill Vase 

, , Turner. Trafalgar memorial designs. 

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573— Spill Vase h ,, 


) 


^ *11 ground. 


Turner. Raised decoration on brown glazed baek- 


Heiglit, I inches. 


PURPLE ROSE-LUSTRE 

574 — Teapot and Sugar Bowl 1 


Jll-LUSIKE 


" 7 ^ Purple rose-lustre. Arrow head diaper on cream 
/ ground. Staffordshire, about 1820. 




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575— Pitcher 

Cream ware. Horizontal ribbed sides. Rose-lustre 
— band and collar. 


Height, 5y 2 inch ex. 

U 


570 — Pitcher 

i i 

^ ' Same as No. 575, but smaller. 

577 — Coffee Pot yV* Axr Yy 

Dome-shaped lid. Rose-lustre decoration, floral de- 
^ (j < — . signs with copper lustre trimmings. Staffordshire, 


3^ *2. — lustre. Staffordshire, about 1835 

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579 — Pitcher 

7 s " 


»i Horizontal corrugations of rose lustre and cream. 

Height, 4% inches. 


580 — Pitcher 'TVl/w'Vo Y/ 

^ Conventional floral resist decoration in white on rose- 

- ^ lustre ground. 

Height, 5y[ inches. 

581 — Cream Jug T/.Y V, 

. Yermiculate resist pattern in white on rose-lustre 
y /ti-ground. 

' Height, 2% inches. 


582 — Pitcher 


35 


r . Conventional floral resist decoration in white on rose- 


lustre ground. 


about 1820. 

Height, 12 inches. 

578 — Teapot and Creamer JlrSLAs 

Transfer print decoration in black covered with rose / 






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583 — Set of Three Vases rfc ^ , y .f. . . - ■^V'V'L' 

Pear-shaped. Decorated with vermiculate resist pat- 
tern in rose lustre. Green rococo handles. 




Rectangu- 


lar plinth. 
584 — Pitcher 





Cream wai’e, with white re- 
sist grapevine decoration on 


golden rose-lustre ground. 


Height, 6 1 /, inchesO 


72 / 1/V < r? 

5 — Purple Lustre Tea Set s 


a 


584 


' L Seventeen pieces. 
58 (i_- PlTC „ EIt ^ 

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</ 


Grapevine resrst aecoration 
in white on pink lustre 
ground. In front, white medallion containing inscrip- 
tion: “To Lovel Cowley, Welton, 1812.” 

Height, 5 ly inrjiesf~\ 

587-Pltcher I 


5 ’ ** 


Oval resist. Figures on rose-lustre ground. Blue 


c? 4 -' glazed neck edged with green. Hawk’s beak lip. Early 
nineteenth century. 


Height, 4J4 inches. 



589 

588 — Pitcher 


588 


590 




- t e g rapevine resist decoration in white on rose-lustre f 
ground. Blue edging. 

Height, 614 inches. 

589 — Pitcher 

Vermiculate decoration in white resist on pink-lustre f 
ground. Resist grapevine decoration in white on neck. 

(Very slight crack in collar.) 

P Height, 5 ! J[~ynches. 

-LAX VyJIXiit 

Printed resist decoration of a lranting and fishing^ 


590 — Pitcher 


l ^- scene i R black surrounded by rose-lustre groundl/ 


<S~l) 


(Small piece out of collar near handle.) 

Height, 5 inches. 

591 — Pitcher * u c ^ 

Conventional floral resist decoration in white on rose- 


592- — Figure 



lustre ground. Silver lustre edging. 

Q Height, 5% i 

Representing Winter. In rose lustre and^green. 

f ,11 <ight, 8% inches .1 

593— Pitcher vO~ (J ' ' -L* 

Grapevine resist decoration in Hvhite, with red veining, 
on pink-lustre ground. 

/\ ^0 P Height, 4 y 2 inches. 

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f 


591 — Pair of Cylindric, 


cc Same decoration as No. 587. 




595 — Set of Three Vases 










Floral resist decoration in white on rose-lustre ground. 


/tro 


Green enameled decoration at base and on lip. 
plinth. 


Square 




590 — Pitcher 


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Conventional grapevine resist decoration in white on 
*' a rose-lustre ground. Staffordshire. Early nineteenth 
century. 

Height, 5 inches. 


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597— Pitcher 







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Conventional floral resist decoration on rose-lustre 
ground. Silver lustre edgings. 

Height, 4pf inches. 


598 — Pitcher 




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2 - 2 * 2 - 


Grapevine resist decoration on rose-lustre ground. 
Staffordshire. Early nineteenth century. 

Height, 3% inches. 


599 

^ 


Pitcher 

Grape and grapevine 
pink-lustre ground. 



resist decoration in white on 


Height, 4 14 inches. 


600 — Pitcher 


7 


UUZo. 

-j, Vine and floral resist decoration in white on rose-lus 
ground. Silver lustre edging. ^ 

Height, 7 inches. 




jU - 


601 — Two Large Mahogany Cabinets 

Glass shelves. Mirror at back, bottom and top. 


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