Period Oak, Carvings, Paintings, Country Furniture and Effects
Three Decorative French Salt-glazed Stoneware Jars with pewter lids, Beauvais, 19th Century. The sides sprigged with floral ornamentation, 6½ in (16.5 cm), 5½ in (14 cm) and 5 in (13 cm) high.
Sold For: £130
An Early 19th Century Burton-in-Lonsdale Stoneware Puzzle Jug. The serrated rim above five protuberant spouts dripped in golden treacle glaze. The neck pierced with decorative motifs above an impressed inscription 'GENTLEMEN DRINK & LET YOUR SKILL BE TESTED, & A FORFEIT MADE IF ANYTHING BE WASTED'. 8½ in (21.5 cm) in height.
Sold For: £200
Two 19th Century Soil Hill Slipware Frog Mugs made by the family of Isaac Button: A large twin handled loving-mug with a yellow inscribed sgrafitto label; 'Mop it off' on a brown glazed ground and two amphibians to the yellow glazed interior, 5½ in (14 cm) high. And a small single handled mug with label inscribed Mabel Sugden', 4½ in (11.5 cm) in height.
Sold For: £260
A Late 19th Century Cumnock Pottery Slip-ware Teapot from the Scottish borders, having a cream slip panel to one side with sgrafitto flower & inscription 'Mrs J. Taylor Newfield Dundonald 1898' on a brown glazed ground. The flat lid surmounted by a seated figure, 8 in (20 cm) in height. Known as a 'Widow' teapot because to the lonely figure on the lid, from Elijah and the Widow of Zaraphath.
Sold For: £70
Five Medieval Terracotta Tiles decorated in yellow slip; three with heraldic lions passant, two with roundel designs, 4½ in (11.5 cm) square, and another terracotta tile with lion passant, 5¼ in (13.5 cm) square.
Sold For: £800
A 19th Century Halifax Agateware Puzzle Jug dated 1885 in yellow slip, 6 in (15 cm) in height.
Sold For: £100
A Slip-ware Halifax Agate-glazed Teapot with twin spouts and a yellow slip commemorative inscription 'Nelly Harrison Harwood 1909', 5¾ in (14.5 cm) high.
Sold For: £90
An 18th Century Wheildon type Creamware Teapot with dripped brown glaze. The squat globular body having a moulded branch-form handle and spout, raised on three paw feet ornamented with face masks and having a slightly domed lid surmounted by a bird finial, 5½ in (14 cm) in height.
Sold For: £160
A Small 18th Century Wheildon Type Creamware Teapot dripped in brown glaze. The globular body sprigged with scrolling stems of fruiting vine and raised on three paw feet. The domed lid surmounted by a bird finial (chipped), 4¼ in (11 cm) in height.
Sold For: £300
An 18th Century Leeds Creamware Teapot. The cylindrical body printed with 'The Prodigal Son Feasted on his Return' on one side and 'The Prodigal Son returns Reclaim'd' on the other. The lid surmounted by a floral sprig, 5 in (13 cm) in height.
Sold For: £440
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