English creamware mug, well painted with large flower groups c.1800

English creamware mug, well painted with large colourful flower groups including roses, poppies and daffodils to either side of the initials ‘HV’ in brown, a brown line rim to lip and foot. Circa 1800 This fine quality mug shares a lot with the Swansea products of the early 19th Century….. 11.5cm high, 13cm wide minor…

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Pair of early Staffordshire figural candlesticks,

Pair of early Staffordshire figural candlesticks, modelled as cherubs bearing torches, standing with a leaf ‘crown’ to their head forming the candle sconce, on round plinths mounted on a low angular square base with fluting, the whole picked out in colourful enamels. Circa 1790 24cm high Condition: restorations to one sconce chip, one foot chip,…

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