Antique Staffordshire pottery Prattware Toby Jug of Sailor late 18th century period England.

Antique Staffordshire pottery Prattware Toby Jug of Sailor late 18th century period England.
Antique Staffordshire pottery Prattware Toby Jug of Sailor late 18th century period England. Antique Staffordshire pottery Prattware Toby Jug of Sailor late 18th century period England. Antique Staffordshire pottery Prattware Toby Jug of Sailor late 18th century period England. Antique Staffordshire pottery Prattware Toby Jug of Sailor late 18th century period England. Antique Staffordshire pottery Prattware Toby Jug of Sailor late 18th century period England.
Offered by: John Howard at Heritage
Dealer reference: 9166

Description

Dated: 1795 to 1810 Staffordshire England

Prattware pottery Toby Jug known as the SAILOR. The well-attired figure has exceptional quality decorations in the Prattware color palette. He is shown seated on a chest with a benign smile holding a beaker and frothing jug of ale. The base of the pitcher is a rocky mound with lapping waves and between his legs is an anchor. This rare Toby is large-sized and with a strong presence. The original design (model 65) is attributed to Ralph Wood of Burslem Staffordshire.

Dimensions:11 inches high,7 inches wide,6.75 inches long

Current Condition: Restored right shoe.

Provenance: With Leonard Russell Newhaven.Private collection Cornwall England

Literature: British Toby Jugs by Vic Schuler

Height: 11.00inch (27.94 cm)
Width: 7.00inch (17.78 cm)
Depth: 6.75inch (17.15 cm)

Condition

Restored right shoe.

Date

Circa 1795

Price

£3,850.00

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