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LOYD GEORGE REFORM FLASK.

A fine example of a stoneware reform flask modelled as the British Politician and former Prime minster Lloyd George. Daulton Lambeth factory marks to base. Mint condition.

Code: 2064

Reserved


QUEEN VICTORIA STONEWARE REFORM FLASK.

A superb reform flask modelled as a young Queen Victoria with excellent detail to her face and clothing, the queen is holding a scroll with the inscription, MAY PEACE AND PROSPERITY PREVAIL. The reverse side of the flask is impressed, Queen Alexandrina Victoria and below this the pottery stamp, Denby & Codnor Park, Bournes Potteries Derbyshire. Circa 1840's. Height approximately 8 inches or 20cm and it is in fine condition.

Code: 2059

320.00 GBP


STONEWARE BELLERMINE JUG, CIRCA 1685.

This is a really beautiful mottled brown glazed example featuring the face of the bearded man on the shoulder and large coat of arms on the belly of the bellermine. The jug dates to about circa 1685. Height just under 9 inches. No cracks or repairs, the jug shows light age wear as you would expect after more than 300 years.

Code: 1942

650.00 GBP


MINITURE DOULTON STONEWARE GINGER BEER BOTTLE.

This very nice brown salt glazed example stands at just over 2 inches in height. Doulton Lambeth pottery stamp to base. [Condition: Mint]

Code: 1425

28.00 GBP