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A pair Victorian Etruscan revival mantle vases, by Samuel Alcock & Co. C.1861 - 1867, manufactured J.S. Hill pottery, Burslem both titled base: 'A faun Performing on the double flute in the Presence of Bacchus and Nymphs' - decorated both sides printed 'JS

A pair of Samuel Alcock & Co plates with pierced Borders, circa 1830. Scallop edged plates with three pierced Gothic knots to the pebble gilded borders decorated with hand painted nasturtiums, morning glory, rose, fuchsia and anemone on an aqua ground,

Samuel Alcock jug, Naomi and her Daughters

Samuel Alcock landscape trio and sucrier with registration device for 14th June 1843

Samuel Alcock teapot, Chinese flowers design

Samuel Alcock comport, drone church, Buchinghamshire

A J. Alcock earthenware sauce tureen, cover and stand, decorated in Chinoiserie design, blue mark. Provenance: Purchased from Stanley Lipscombe in 1976

Antique large bone china teapot by Alcock low round flat Shouldered shape, decorated in cobalt blue and gilt with hand painted springs of flowers. Pattern number 2199