House money box, Rockingham type glaze, c. 1830

Early Victorian pottery money box, modelled as a two story house with central attic & double chimneys, a garden either side of the front steps, finished in a Rockingham type glaze to the roof, the walls clear glazed. Circa 1830 5x7cm , 9cm high star to side, chimneys chipped

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Georgian Sampler, ‘Virtue’s the Chiefest Beauty’, Sarah Worley 1797

Georgian Sampler, embroidered with an alphabet/numbers, flowerpots, fruiting vine, and the verse: “Virtue’s the chiefest Beauty of the Mind The noblest Ornament of Human kind Virtue’s our Safeguard and our guiding Star That stirs up Reason when our Senses err” Sarah Worley th 6 March 1797 work 31x35cm faded with losses

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‘Duke of Wellington’ pottery character jug, circa 1840

Staffordshire Pottery ‘Duke of Wellington’ character jug, well modelled in uniform with black hat & coloured epaulettes. Circa 1840 18cm high, 14cm spout to handle small chip to back lip restored The Duke’s victory at Waterloo in 1814 made him a popular hero, and he went on to have a political life until his death…

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