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  • Staffordshire Cauliflower Ware Tea Caddy and Covered Cream Jug

    Lot: 38
    Sold for: $1,599$1,300

    Staffordshire Cauliflower Ware Tea Caddy and Covered Cream Jug, England, c. 1765, press-molded with white florets above green leaves, ht. to 5 1/2 in. Provenance: Gary Atkins. The Collection ...

  • Staffordshire Cauliflower Ware Teapot

    Lot: 39
    Sold for: $1,599$1,300

    Staffordshire Cauliflower Ware Teapot, England, c. 1765, press-molded with white florets above green leaves, ht. 5 in. Provenance: Gary Atkins. The Collection of Gail & Don Piatt ...

  • Staffordshire Cauliflower Ware Bowl and Cream Jug

    Lot: 40
    Sold for: $4,613$3,750

    Staffordshire Cauliflower Ware Bowl and Cream Jug, England, c. 1765, press-molded with white florets above green leaves, ht. to 4 1/2, dia. 6 1/4 in. Provenance: Gary Atkins. The Collection of ...

  • Polychrome-decorated Creamware "CYDER" Mug

    Lot: 43
    Sold for: $1,169$950

    Polychrome-decorated Creamware "CYDER" Mug, Staffordshire, c. 1765-80, straight sides with molded rim and base decoration, the front inscribed "CYDER" within a shaped green border with red floral ...

  • Tin-glazed Earthenware Paving Tile

    Lot: 207
    Sold for: $800$650

    Tin-glazed Earthenware Paving Tile, England, c. 1571-1620, probably Aldgate, attributed to Duke's Place potworks founded by Jacob Jansen, square shape polychrome decorated with circular frames ...

  • Slipware Pocket Flask

    Lot: 324
    Sold for: $1,230$1,000

    Slipware Pocket Flask, England, c. 1799, Sussex, in the manner of the Chailey potworks, the redware body press-molded and stamped and inlaid in white, one side with "Francis Foster dItChlIng Sussex ...

  • Creamware Jug

    Lot: 172
    Sold for: $1,067$900

    Creamware Jug, Britain, c. 1750, the body stained orange with sprigged goat's head, swags, and a mask slip colored with green and manganese oxides, retains the label of Gary Atkins, London, ht. 6 ...