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A pair of Longton hall figures as candlesticks, circa 1750-53, decorated by the 'Trembly rose' painter, depicting a gallant and his lady in floral attire mounted on scroll decorated bases and formed as candlesticks with metal sconces. Provenance: The Rous

An unusual plate by Longton hall, circa 1753-55, with a heavy thick glassy glaze, having a central ho ho bird roundel and three smaller blurred edge reserves to the William Littlers deep cobalt border, remnant gilding and kiln spitting typical of the facto

A bow figure of a harlequin Bagpiper, circa 1750s, after the Meissen model by Kaendler, the seated figure with a coolie style hat wearing unusual attire of various joined patterns, scales, flowers and patterns, and a frilled collar about his neck, seated u

A Longton Hall moulded strawberry plate, circa 1755. 23 cm diameter

A Longton Hall moulded strawberry plate, circa 1755. 23 cm diameter

A Longton Hall porcelain jug, circa 1758, of quatrefoil section applied with a twisted stalk handle, painted in pastel shades of red, pink, green and yellow of a Chinese figure holding a fan by a fence with large chrysanthemums and mountainous landscape, 2

A turner & Co Longton 1772-1806 earthenware jug, of baluster form with flared neck with moulding continuous hunting scene with horsemen. Height 15 cm.

A rare Longton hall small centrepiece vase, - 1759, the base of the vase decorated with a spotted tiger and small deer, the reverse decorated with a floral sprig, 14 cm approximately

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