This antique English stoneware jug dates from the period of George III. The silver mount is marked with; the profile of the monarch (George III), the lion rampant indicating sterling, and the letter date "Q" indicating the year 1811. It is also marked "W-E" which stands for London silversmith William Elliott. The stoneware jug itself has no maker's mark. It is decorated with a windmill, a man holding keys smoking a pipe, and a man holding a mug of ale. The men look like the traditional Toby Philpot
Beautiful antique brown salt glazed stoneware syrup pitcher or carafe with lid, that was produced between 1894-1905 by the Monmouth Pottery Company of America. Condition is excellent other than one a small chip on the bottom rim, otherwise there are no cracks, repairs, or crazing. see photos for more details. The pitcher measures approx 11" high by 6" wide, it is rare to find these with the original lid. Monmouth pottery was well known for their variety of salt-glazed utilitarian wares which were of
This is a beautiful antique stoneware pottery wine bottle, with a salt glaze, wheel thrown, hand crafted in Germany around the end of the 19th century. The bottle has wheel lines on the surface of the pottery, it is a rich brown color with dark speckles throughout, with a shimmering brown-bronze hued matte glaze. It has marks near the bottom, I think they are "0.7 L" for the volume in liters, and "St.N ...something", probably for the place of manufacture (thank you to a very helpful Ruby Lane user who
Antique salt glazed pottery crock with handle and crown design. 1 gallon crock, marked crown with 1 inside.
Features Features Features Features Features Features Gabriella Dinnerware - White Recalling the fine detail of 18th-century European ceramics, this stoneware dinnerware is carefully hand crafted by skilled artisans in Portugal . Embellished with a hand-applied ridging detail along the edge. Finished by hand in layers of glossy glaze, with bits of unfinished clay showing through along the edges for a rubbed antique look. Dishwasher and microwave -safe . Details Dinner Plate: 12" diameter Salad
Love this gentle blue antique Salt Glaze Syrup Pitcher with Pewter Lid. The relief design is fully ripened wheat stalks tied and hanging over a double lattice work background. Color is a blue-grey. The pewter lid has an offset thumb leaf finial and works fine. The handle was professionally repaired at some point in history and is in sound condition. I believe this pitcher to be late c.1800s Staffordshire. It measures 5 3/4 inches high and is 4 3/4 inches across, including handle. This pitcher is quite a
Features Features Features Features Features Features Gabriella Cereal Bowl, Set of 4, White Recalling the fine detail of 18th-century European ceramics, this stoneware dinnerware is carefully hand crafted by skilled artisans in Portugal . Embellished with a hand-applied ridging detail along the edge. Finished by hand in layers of glossy glaze, with bits of unfinished clay showing through along the edges for a rubbed antique look. Dishwasher and microwave -safe . Details Dinner Plate: 12" diameter
Antique English Minister Stoneware Salt Glazed Pottery Jug, by Charles Meigh. Handcrafted Pewter lid with 8 apostle figures around the octagonal body and handle with relief molded Gothic scene. Dated March 17, 1843. Measures 4" wide X 7 1/2" tall and in Mint Condition.
Features Features Features Features Features Features Great White Teapot This teapot has the classic silhouette of our Great White Dinnerware Collection, with the added benefit of a tea infuser. 10.5" wide x 6.25" deep x 7.5" high; 60 fluid ounce capacity. Rendered in high-fired, highly durable porcelain with a pure-white glaze. Infuser is crafted of stainless steel. Finished with slim handle and a high, shaped spout. Complements our PB White Dinnerware Collection or can be paired with antique china.
Antique English Stoneware Salt Glazed Pottery Jug, made by E.Walley. Relief Moulded Hunting Scene Pitcher / Jug with Twig Look Handle. Dated May 10, 1845. Excellent Condition, no chips or cracks. Measures 4 1/2 wide X 6 1/6 tall.
This is a lovely old salt glaze pitcher. It is beautifully relief molded with beading and intricate swirls and drapes. It is incised on the bottom 30 31. The condition is fairly good. It has no crazing, cracks or chips but there is considerable wear on the glaze. It measures approximately 7 high by 4 in diameter.
Features Features Features Features Features Features Gabriella Dinner Plate, Set of 4, White Recalling the fine detail of 18th-century European ceramics, this stoneware dinnerware is carefully hand crafted by skilled artisans in Portugal . Embellished with a hand-applied ridging detail along the edge. Finished by hand in layers of glossy glaze, with bits of unfinished clay showing through along the edges for a rubbed antique look. Dishwasher and microwave -safe . Details Dinner Plate: 12" diameter
This is a nice white 7 1/2" tall Salt Glazed Jug/Pitcher. The base is 3 1/2" diameter. It is molded all over with a nice relief design. The pewter lid is gone, but the holes remain. One has a silver peg in it. The base is mark with a British Diamond Registration mark which is unreadable. But, it would date this type and style jug to the late 1800's. Condition is very good, except for three bottom rim chips. Only one shows from the front. This pitcher is still a very nice display item.
Features Features Features Features Features Features Gabriella Soup Bowl, Set of 4, White Recalling the fine detail of 18th-century European ceramics, this stoneware dinnerware is carefully hand crafted by skilled artisans in Portugal . Embellished with a hand-applied ridging detail along the edge. Finished by hand in layers of glossy glaze, with bits of unfinished clay showing through along the edges for a rubbed antique look. Dishwasher and microwave -safe . Details Dinner Plate: 12" diameter
This, gorgeous, vintage inspired, large, collection of, 24, high quality, glass, magnets, features images, that I've spent years collecting, of blue and white patterns found on, antique china, tile, pottery, paper, and textiles. This special collection has a, soft, aged, very antique, appearance. The varied blues are mellow and faded. Look closely at the photos to see the amazing details and lovely colors of these generously sized magnets. Each of these collections is unique and cannot be found
This is a beautiful French antique hand made pot. The pot is 13 1/4" tall, 11 3/4" wide, it dates from 1890, and it is in great condition!
This over-sized mug (sometimes known as a loving cup) is salt glazed pottery with applied relief decoration. It is light and dark brown. The mug measures 4 5/8" in diameter and 5 5/8" tall. The decoration on one side is a seated gentleman with his flask and rider with horn on a horse. A second side has a seated man smoking a pipe with dog at his feet, a tree, and a deer. The last of the 3 sides has a seated gentleman again and 4 racing dogs. The mug is marked with an 1866-1910 mark Royal Doulton. There is
Use the Offer feature for an immediate 15% off is available for this item on Special 3-Day Sale! Approximately twelves (12) inches tall and with a diameter of approximately six and one half (6 1/2) inches is this antique primitive jug with an indentation on top to tie a string around the opening, if one covered the opening with a cloth. The jug has one applied handle, and the body of the jug is decorated with four (4) blue stripes and two (2) well worn white stripes. It comes with an antique cork, which is
Offering an antique stoneware bowl. I am pretty sure this is an early unmarked Red Wing. The bowl came out of a farmhouse in rural Minnesota. It is quite heavy, with a prominent collar. The bowl measures 10 1/2" in diameter and almost 5" in height. It has a pockmarked surface roughness that has been salt glazed brown. There is the patina of years of wear, and several chips and nicks on the collar of the bowl are now smooth to the touch. There are no cracks. Please examine photos carefully. This bowl is an
For sale is this very nice and collectible Salt-Glaze Pitcher in Blue and White depicting a Windmill scene with a Tulip Border. Purchased in New England and originates from the 1800's. The pitcher measures 7" Tall and is in very good condition.
This salt glazed stoneware jug/pitcher is a fine example of the early pieces made by Doulton Lambeth in England. Beautifully decorated with five large applications on the top row, of men drinking and a house with a mill and details of animals and people in and around the house. On the bottom row there are eight small applications of hunting scenes. This jug measures approx. 8 1/4" tall and 21 1/2" in circumference. The jug is in great condition no chips or cracks on the body, just a few fissures on a couple
This is an early milk pitcher measuring 8" tall. The body is molded with large leaves and foxglove. The flow blue highlights the design and pink lustre further enhances the design. There is a tight hairline which can be seen on the inside. There is a stain on the rim on the outside which corresponds to that hairline. There is a large old chip on the base. This is still a lovely pitcher and displays quite well.
The foot warmer was an early "hot water bottle". Before the era of central heating most english homes were heated by fireplaces and the bedrooms were notoriously cold and damp. Getting into a bed which was also cold and damp was quite an ordeal. The foot warmers were used to warm up the bed in the evening, so that it was warm and cosy by bedtime. They were a huge improvement over the brass pans filled with hot coals which were used to warm up the bed in earlier times and were a cause of many house fires.
Brown salt glazed pickle crock with wooden lid for processing and storing pickles from England 19th century shows the manufacturers seal incised in an oval near the bottom of the urn,"Reaady Co. Ltd . ,Brrington ,England " . The rust colored pottery crock with semi rough salt glazed exterior has a swirl design on the upper half front and back with grooved banding in the center. Two sturdy handles on either side for lifting the weighty piece. In excellent condition without chips or nicks or cracks and has
Large German Westerwald Stoneware Salt Glazed Flagon about 1850 This superb old German Westerwald pewter-mounted flagon has a pleasant baluster form. Blue & grey decorated salt glazed stoneware. Incised decoration on the body, cobalt blue enameled. This folk motifs include flowers, leaves and geometric motifs (complex spiral twists and simple bands and columns).Beautiful original pewter lid with ball finial. This kind of flagon was used in the past for beer. Now they are coveted decoration objects, rare to
One gallon salt glazed stoneware jug, with the original label stating the contents was caramel from the The Bruce & West Mfg. Co., Bakers and Confectioners Supplies of Cleveland OH and Syracuse N.Y. The maker of the jug may have been S. P. Pierce & Sons of Syracuse N.Y., as both companies were operating from the 1880s to 1920s, the period that the jug would have been produced and used. The overall condition of the jug is excellent with no cracks, chips or dings, see photos for detailed condition.
This lovely pitcher from Wisconsin Pottery, Columbus, WI. is a real country charmer. In mint condition, it stands 9 7/8" high, is approximately 6 1/2" across at its widest point and has a traditional salt glaze with a blue flower and leaves design, molded decoration at the top and bottom and a ribbed handle. It's signed "Wisconsin Pottery, Columbus WI 1994". Impressed in the bottom is "SA." (potter's mark) and "M.E.L.", (Museum Editions Limited). An excellent addition to any stoneware collection, it will
This mint condition ovoid crock is from Wisconsin Pottery, Columbus, WI. It stands 6" high x 7 1/4" top diameter and is from their Museum Editions Limited series. The crock features a traditional salt glaze with a design of blue flowers and leaves and incised/molded decoration at the top and bottom. It's signed "Wisconsin Pottery, Columbus WI 1994". Impressed in the bottom is "EA" (potter's mark) and "M.E.L.", which stands for Museum Editions Limited. An excellent addition to any stoneware collection, it
Offered for sale is a mid 19th century English Ridgway salt glazed stoneware cake plate of a drab cream color with a deep relief molded floral pattern in square form with open handles. The elaborate all-over relief pattern on this plate was created by pouring liquid into molds and them pressing the molten clay into shape. The plate is in excellent condition with an even coloration to the surface and no visible repairs or flaws. Size: 10 " Width by 9 " Height.