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A J & R Clews blue and white 'Village Church' earthenware platter, circa 1820, potted at Cobridge Staffordshire, in indigo blue colours, an oval platter with a rural scene enclosed by a rose border; incised '12' underside, length 32 cm,

Kangaroo and tiger mug, by Australian National Gallery, after original Staffordshire 1793 within collection, images derived from Thomas Bewicks 'General History of Quadrupeds' taken from George Stubbs image, it is believed to be one of earliest Aus

A South Staffordshire gold mounted enamel perfume bottle/bonbonniere, 18th century, the Siros Collection, South Australia, with a bombe body in two sections, the cover with a compartment for perfume, the lower body with a compartment for sweets, painted wi

A collection of Staffordshire Dalmations, including Inkstands, Tallest 16 cm (10). Provenance: Lot 174 British Ceramics Christies London 7/Sep/1995, the collection of a Curator & Collector, New South Wales

Early 19th century Staffordshire cup and saucer c.1820

Staffordshire enamel 'Toucan' lidded trinket box, in original box, height 4.5 cm approx

A garniture of Staffordshire enamel tea caddies and canister, English, 18th century, decorated with classical scenes on a white and pale blue ground, the largest 8 cm high, 11 cm wide, 7 cm deep

Early 19th century Staffordshire Prattware cat, 12 cm high approx

A pair of Victorian Staffordshire seated wolfhounds, each with a bird at its feet, gilt highlights. Height 22.5 cm

A rare 19th century Staffordshire Bacchus mask jug, painted highlights including purple lustre bands, red scroll handle. Height 11 cm

A rare 19th century Staffordshire model of a seated cat, red painted highlights, raised on a sculpted cushion, his head held high.

A pair of Staffordshire dalmatians, 19th century, 13 cm high

Two 19th century Staffordshire Teapots, each painted with country scenes and gilt decoration

A Crown Staffordshire ceramic ink well detailed by T good & Sons, London

A pair Crown Staffordshire birds modelled of a white Partridges on a rock base modelled by M Doubell Miller, 21 cm high.

Two 18th century Staffordshire toby jugs, each 24 cm high, one with repairs to handle.

Staffordshire 'Romantic' Scottish couple with 'Clock

Crown Staffordshire hand painted floral basket having two applied tree form handles, lozenge stamp to the base. Condition good, minor wear to the base. Length 24 cm

A Crown Staffordshire cased set of six coffee cups and saucers with silver holders

Two ceramic floral bouquets, one Crown Staffordshire, the other Denton

A Royal Staffordshire Tahiti series 'Papaver' footed jardiniere by Len Allen, c. 1920.

Three early 19th century Staffordshire cups and saucers

A Staffordshire early 19th century blue and white basket on stand, Indian landscape with elephant. Circa 1820. 9 cm high, 25 cm long

A Victorian Staffordshire blue and white lidded jar circa 1840, 9 cm high

Antique Staffordshire blue and white charger with ink stamp to back 'pastoral' Staffordshire, approx 36 cm dia

Pair of Staffordshire Dalmatians. Height 15.5 cm

Very large Staffordshire blue & white milkmaid jug with sparrow beak, in chinoiserie pattern, dated in 1805 in pattern, 37 cm high, approx

Staffordshire transfer ware small platter, British Scenery series, 'Country Church Print', c.1825

Staffordshire ceramic tea & coffee set of lady in a bonnet, approx 22 cm high (3)

Antique Staffordshire bird on nest and snake inkwell / quill holder, approx 8 cm high (2)

Staffordshire Nelson jug. 29 cm high. Ex Sotheby's 28/4/99.

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