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AMERICAN FURNITURE & DECORATIVE ARTS - SALE 2618B - LOT 132 - "SUCCESS TO THE CROOKED BUT INTERESTING TOWN OF BOSTON" LIVERPOOL JUG, ENGLAND, EARLY 19TH CENTURY, SMALL CREAMWARE JUG TRANSFER DECORA - Skinner Inc

SUCCESS to the Crooked but interesting Town of BOSTON" Liverpool Jug, England, early century,Black Transferware

pearlware jug probably made in Liverpool. The jug is painted in underglaze blue with a group of oriental buildings to one side. There is an intricate leaf border & scrolling to the handle.    This piece is illustrated by Lois Roberts in Painted in Blue Figure 129.

pearlware jug probably made in Liverpool. The jug is painted in underglaze blue with a group of oriental buildings to one side. There is an intricate leaf border & scrolling to the handle. This piece is illustrated by Lois Roberts in Painted in Blue Figure 129.

Transfer-decorated Liverpool Pottery Jug, England, early 19th century, creamware jug, one side depicting "Washington in Glory/America in Tears," the reverse with a ship flying an American flag

Transfer-decorated Liverpool Pottery Jug, England, early 19th century, creamware jug, one side depicting "Washington in Glory/America in Tears," the reverse with a ship flying an American flag

SUCCESS TO SHIPPING TRADE,’ SUNDERLAND OR NEWCASTLE CREAMWARE ENAMEL-DECORATED, PURPLE LUSTRE AND TRANSFER-PRINTED JUG, 1825-30.

"Success to Shipping Trade". Sunderland or Newcastle creamware enamel-decorated, purple lustre and Transfer-Printed Jug,

Creamware jug with a print of St. Patrick, circa 1790

Creamware jug with a print of St.

ENGLISH CREAMWARE POTTERY DATED JUG 1787

ENGLISH CREAMWARE POTTERY DATED JUG 1787

Mochaware Pitcher w/Checkered Decoration

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Transfer-decorated Liverpool Creamware Jug, England, early 19th century, with black transfer decoration with polychrome highlights, one side...

Transfer-decorated Liverpool Creamware Jug, England, early century, with black transfer decoration with polychrome highlights, one side.

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