Commemoratives, Fairings, Staffordshire Pot Lids and Prattware
on Tuesday 22nd March 2022
Lots: 101-150 of 331
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Lot 101
Richard Cobden: a Staffordshire pottery figure, circa 1846, 193mm, chip to foot, neck restored and glaze crazed.
* See Staffordshire Pottery Figures, B183,6.
Estimate:  £25 - 35 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £26
Lot 102
Thomas Attwood: a cylindrical pottery mug printed in purple with a named profile and three verses on the subject of Liberty, circa 1831.

* Founder of the Birmingham Political Union in 1830 Attwood became the first of two MPs for Birmingham in 1831.
Estimate:  £80 - 100 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £100
Lot 103
Earl Grey and Reform: a small pink lustre decorated jug printed in black with a portrait and inscribed on the reverse, circa 1832, 120mm
Estimate:  £50 - 80 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £80
Lot 104
7th June 1832 Reform: an unusual pottery jug printed in purple with named portraits, the result of the vote and dated for the bills royal assent, foot repaired, spout chipped
Estimate:  £30 - 40 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £22
Lot 105
1845 Bright, Cobden and Free Trade: an unusual pottery jug printed in blue with named portraits centred by an inscribed and dated vignettes, 165mm, foot cracked.

* The Anti-Corn Law League lobbied for change resulting in Peel's budget of 1845 and the first steps towards free trade.
Estimate:  £60 - 90 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £140
Lot 106
Free Trade: a mid-19th century pottery jug printed in brown and decorated in colours, 145mm
Estimate:  £30 - 40 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £24
Lot 107
Gladstone and Disraeli: a good pair of Staffordshire pottery figures, circa 1870, 337mm (2)
Estimate:  £70 - 100 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £200
Lot 108
18th April 1878 South Northumberland By-Election: a rare and interesting porcelaineous mug underglaze painted with named portraits each numbered 2912, the underside inscribed H.J.Gow April 18th 1878, 92mm, hairline crack.

* At the by-election held following succession to the Peerage of the incumbent, Lord Eslington, the result was tied at 2912 votes apiece. Upon recount this was amended to Edward Ridley, Conservative 2,909 and Albert Grey, Liberal 2,903. In the subsequent election of 1880 Grey was victorious securing 3,896 votes.
Estimate:  £70 - 100 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £80
Lot 109
John Wickes: a Derby figure depicted standing dressed in a white chemise with gold edging his right hand resting upon a named pedestal topped with scrolls entitled 'Magna Carta' and 'Bill of Rights', a putto with the cap of Liberty at his feet together with a volume entitled 'Lock on Govt', all upon an elaborate scrolling base, circa 1775, 308mm, putto's right foot reaffixed, chip to lower edge of chemise, minor firing cracks and crazing.

* See Victoria & Albert Museum, number 414.201-1885 and Hallinan, plate 48. With Stockspring Antiques, June 2015.
Estimate:  £250 - 350 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £200
Lot 110
Admiral Augustus Keppel: a Wedgwood blue jasperware oval portrait medallion applied in white with a head and shoulders profile looking to sinister, 96mm, overmounted and framed.

* Augustus Kepple was born in 1725, the second son of the Earl of Albemarle. He saw constant service during the Seven Years War and action during the earlier part of the American War of Independence being promoted full admiral in January 1778. Striking his flag in March 1779 he resumed his political career becoming First Lord of the Admiralty in 1782 and raised to the Peerage as Viscount Keppel. The original Wedgwood medallion was produced circa 1780, see Wedgwood the Portrait Medallions by Reilly & Savage, page 206 plate b. This particular medallion has been reframed since acquisition and is apparently incised on the back 'Keppel' and 'Wedgwood' however it has not been removed from the frame for inspection.
Estimate:  £150 - 180 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £100
Lot 111
1800 Great Britain and Ireland Act of Union: a creamware jug the bellied body printed in black with a panel entitled 'The Little Market Woman' inscribed beneath with eight lines of amusing verse and on the reverse an oval cartouche inscribed for the union of 1800 and entitled 'One Law', 222mm, lower part of body, foot and underside restored
Estimate:  £160 - 200 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £280
Lot 112
Charles James Fox: a white bisque porcelain figure by Minton after John Raphael Smith, depicted seated in a chair holding a scroll, circa 1835, 200mm, scroll or similar not present beneath chair.

* Smith painted a number of portraits of Fox seated in his study at St Anne's Hill, Chertsey including a posthumous version. Probably modelled by George Cocker who worked independently at Derby and also supplied Minton. See Willett Collection, plate 483 and Parian Phenomenon, figure 181 where a drawing of shape 72 from the Minton Design Book is illustrated.
Estimate:  £180 - 240 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £95
Lot 113
17th February 1807 Gordon's Success for Worcester in the General Election: a fine Chamberlains Worcester jug inscribed in gilt within a foliate cartouche flanked by BJ monograms, the neck profusely gilded on an orange ground, the underside with gilt mark, 178mm.

* In a letter to the Times published the day following the election William Gordon expressed gratitude to the electors of Worcester. With Stocksprings Antiques, June 2015.
Estimate:  £300 - 500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £220
Lot 114
6th June 1820 Queen Caroline and Matthew Wood: a rare pearlware plate by Stevenson with moulded floral and foliate border printed in blue with and inscribed portrait of Wood, impressed mark, 197mm.

* Alderman Wood had been Lord Mayor of London 1815 to 1817 and was MP for the City of Westminster 1817 to 1843. He travelled with Caroline from Dover to his home in Mayfair where she lodged from 6th June until later in July 1820.
Estimate:  £180 - 240 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £440
Lot 115
1832 Reform: a lobed pottery jug printed in purple with an allegory depicting Britannia and the British lion flanked by inscribed flags, 227mm, spout restored and small crack to underside.

* See Commemorative Pottery, plate 211.
Estimate:  £120 - 140 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £60
Lot 116
June 1832 Passing of the Reform Bill: a pottery jug printed in black with a seated Britannia holding an inscribed banner together with attended lion, on the reverse inscribed with verses named 'The Gathering of the Union', the underside printed 'Union T',146mm, spout restored.

* The words to 'The Gathering of the Unions' were written by one of the Tolpuddle Martyrs, a group of six agricultural workers who, in 1833 founded a Friendly Society. For this, the following year, they were charged under the Unlawful Oaths Act of 1797 and sentenced to transportation to Australia. Following the intervention of Lord John Russell they were subsequently pardoned in March 1836.
Estimate:  £180 - 220 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £300
Lot 117
Duke of York at Valenciennes: a pearlware jug printed in black and decorated in colours with a named equestrian portrait depicted in a battlefield, circa 1793, 144mm, handle and spout restored.

* See Drakard, plate 465.
Estimate:  £180 - 220 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £100
Lot 118
Earl St. Vincent: a creamware jug the bellied body printed in black and decorated in colours with a named portrait oval and on the reverse a compass the centre inscribed 'J Johnson, Liverpool', circa 1797, 136mm, restoration to top rim and small star crack near compass.

* Knighted in 1782 for action off Gibraltar Jervis was raised to the Peerage on 23rd August 1797 as Baron Jervis of Meaford and Earl St Vincent in recognition of his triumph at Cape St. Vincent. See Drakard, plates 312 and 473.
Estimate:  £300 - 500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £160
Lot 119
11th October 1797 Duncan and the Battle of Camperdown: a rare creamware jug transfer printed in black with a named portrait cartouche flanked by Tritons and war ships, on the reverse an inscribed and dated naval engagement scene, centred by the name 'Elizabeth Rees' within corn and vine sprigs, 210mm, tiny nicks to the spout a small fine star cracks to side and underside.

* See Commemorative Pottery, plates 151, 152. With John May, March 1996.
Estimate:  £600 - 900 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £320
Lot 120
Nelson and Berry: a Prattware jug moulded with named portraits and decorated in a typical palette, circa 1798, 182mm, small chip to spout.

* Edward Berry was Nelson's Flag Captain at the Battle of the Nile. He conveyed news of the victory to Britain and was knighted on 12th December 1798. See Prattware by Lewis, page 147.
Estimate:  £80 - 120 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £32
Lot 121
1798 Battle of the Nile and Nelson: a creamware jug the bellied body printed in black with a named portrait above the battle plan, on the reverse Nelson's coat of arms and first motto, centred by the name 'JNo Harris Esq' within wheat and vine branches, 245mm, spout restored.

* See Commemorative Pottery, plate 154. Ex Pugh collection, sold Christies South Kensington, 26th April 2001, lot 60.
Estimate:  £400 - 600 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £360
Lot 122
1801 General Sir Ralph Abercromby in-Memoriam: a creamware jug the squat body lined in brown, transfer printed in black and decorated in colours with a 'God Speed the Plough' scene and on the reverse inscribed panel centred by a named tomb flanked by grieving infantryman, 205mm, restoration and overspray.

* Born on 7th October 1734 Abercrombie was a skilled soldier also politician. He commanded the expedition to the Mediterranean in 1801. In defeating the French at Alexandria, he was struck by a musket ball during the battle and died seven days later on 28th March. See Drakard, plate 484.
Estimate:  £250 - 350 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £120
Lot 123
Nelson and Peace: a particularly good creamware jug the bellied body printed in black with a named portrait medallion inscribed 'To the Hero of the Nile' also offering success to the peacemakers and on the reverse a warship under sail, centred by Fame flanked by laurel branches, circa 1801, 202mm.

* Nelson's great victory over the French at the Nile in 1798 established British naval supremacy and in no small way, together with Pitt's resignation in 1801, lead to the commencement of negotiations that in turn lead to the signing of the Peace of Amiens in 1802. See Commemorative Pottery, plate 156 and Drakard, plate 480.
Estimate:  £300 - 500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £260
Lot 124
1802 Napoleon and Peace of Amiens: a creamware jug the bellied body printed in black with a named equestrian portrait of Bonaparte and on the reverse entwined flags inscribed 'Peace and Commerce', 180mm, cracked, restored and over sprayed
Estimate:  £180 - 220 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £100
Lot 125
1803 Resumption of War with France: a creamware jug printed in red with a scene captioned 'Bonaparte in the Suds' and on the reverse 'The Apotheosis of Bonaparte', 200mm, restoration and over spray.

* The Peace of Amiens having failed prospect of a French invasion of Britain was a real threat during 1803 and 1804. See Drakard, plates 505 and 559.
Estimate:  £250 - 300 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £370
Lot 126
1803 The Great Invasion Scare: a creamware jug, printed in red with a scene entitled 'John Bull peppering Buonaparte in the front and rear' and on the reverse six lines of verse above a satire entitled 'John Bull at Dover, Boney at Calais', 167mm, hairline crack to foot.

* The Gillray satire inscribed 'I Am Coming, I Am Coming', published 2nd August 1803 by Hannah Humphrey, was the inspiration for this cartoon. See Drakard, plates 510 and 512. With Alistair Sampson, July 2001.
Estimate:  £300 - 500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £140
Lot 127
1803 Great Invasion Scare: a particularly amusing Spode barrel shaped pottery jug transfer printed in black and decorated in coloured enamels with a scene entitled 'Pidcocks Grand Menagerie, Exeter Change', the rim and handle gilded, 166mm, staining around the foot.

* Josiah Spode's inspiration for this splendid mocking of Bonaparte was Lee's satire of the same name, published on 27th August 1803 by James Asperne. The Exeter Exchange, located on the north side of the Strand, was an arcade three floors of which were occupied by Gilbert Pidcock's menagerie of incredible and rare animals with all the related smell and noise pervading onto the Strand. See Drakard, plates 569 a, b and c.
Estimate:  £300 - 500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £300
Lot 128
1803 Great Invasion Scare: a Spode jug printed in black and decorated in colours with a scene entitled 'National Contrasts, or Bulky and Boney', the rim and handle gilded, 109mm.

* After a satire published by Piercy Roberts. See Drakard, plates 564,566a and 566b. Ex Commemorative Wares from a Canadian Collection, sold Christies, 7th May 1999, lot 582.
Estimate:  £300 - 500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £780
Lot 129
1803 Great Invasion Scare: a Spode jug printed in black with a scene entitled 'A stoppage to a stride over the globe', the rim and handle gilded, 148mm,

* After the satire published by Piercy Roberts. See Drakard, plate 548.
Estimate:  £300 - 500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
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Lot 130
1803 Great Invasion Scare: a porcelain mug, possibly Worcester, printed in black with a scene entitled 'Death or Victory' above four lines of verse, flanked by infantrymen and a warship both captioned, the rim and handle gilded, 115mm, restored crack and gilding rubbed.

* See Drakard, plate 521.
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Lot 131
1803 Great Invasion Scare: a creamware jug the bellied body printed in black and decorated in coloured enamels with an oval panel entitled 'An Englifh Jack Tar giving Monsieur a Drubbing' and on the reverse eleven lines of verse captioned 'The Batchelors Wish', 187mm.

* See Drakard, plate 518.
Estimate:  £300 - 500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £880
Lot 132
1803 Great Invasion Scare: a pearlware jug printed in brown and decorated in colours with scene entitled 'John Bull giving Boney a Pull', signed T. Harley Lane End and on the reverse a floral spray, 152mm, restored spout, body and underside.

* After the satire by Isaac Cruikshank published by Ackermann on 7th August 1803 (BM10053). Made by Thomas Harley of Lane End, Staffordshire. See Drakard, plate 536 and 537. Ex Lewison collection, sold Phillips, 8th April 1998, lot 392.
Estimate:  £250 - 300 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £200
Lot 133
1803 Great Invasion Scare: a pearlware jug printed in brown and decorated in colours with a scene entitled 'John Bull shewing the Corsican Monkey' signed manufactured by T. Harley Lane End, on the reverse a panel inscribed with mocking address, also signed, beneath a colourfully painted neck, 175mm, small chip to lower end of handle and minor restoration to spout.

* After Woodward's satire engraved by Isaac Cruikshank and published by Ackerman on 3rd September 1803. Made by Thomas Harley of Lane End, Staffordshire. See Drakard, plates 532, 533 and 535.
Estimate:  £400 - 500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £340
Lot 134
1804 Great Invasion Scare: an amusing pearlware jug printed in black and decorated in colours with a scene entitled 'Bonny in His New Clothes' and on the reverse 'The Upshot or Bonny Fire', both signed Clive Desig, beneath a neck painted in bright colours, 190mm, chip to foot,

* Napoleon was proclaimed Emperor on 18th May 1804. This jug although in the same style as those by Thomas Harley of Lane End in Staffordshire is signed by John Henry Clive of Newfield in Tunstall, Staffordshire. See Drakard for such a commentary and plates 576 a, b and c, 578 and 579. Ex Lewinson collection, sold Phillips 8th April 1998, lot 389.
Estimate:  £400 - 500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £240
Lot 135
1804 Great Invasion Scare: a creamware jug printed in black and decorated in colours with scenes entitled 'John Bull and his Companion Challenging Bonaparte and his relation' and on the reverse 'Bonapartes Last Shift', 192mm, minor chipping to spout and handle and a very fine star crack to underside.

* Bonaparte's speech bubble refers to having 'obtained the crown' which occurred on 18th May 1804. See Drakard, plates 584 and 585.
Estimate:  £400 - 500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £200
Lot 136
3rd October 1804 British seizure of Spanish Treasure Convoy: a creamware jug printed in black with scenes entitled 'The Dons Outwitted or John Bull in Time' and on the reverse 'John Bull peppering Bonaparte to the Front and Rear', centred by a warship under sail inscribed 'Britons Never Shall be Slaves', 227mm, restoration to spout and rim.

* After the satire of somewhat similar title by Charles Williams, published by Fores on 1st November 1804, this cartoon together with much speech, refers to the engagement by four British frigates under the command of Captain Graham Moore, of a Spanish convoy also of four ships carrying treasure from the New World to France. Although Britain and Spain were not at war Spain had, under the Treaty of St. Ildefonso of 1st October 1800, agreed to help the French. In the ensuing action one Spanish ship was blown up, the remainder captured and their prized cargo seized. Although the news was received to popular acclaim back in Britain a consequence of the action was a declaration of war. See Drakard, plates 510, 586 and 589 and colour plate VIIb.
Estimate:  £400 - 600 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £240
Lot 137
1805 Nelson in Memoriam: a creamware jug printed in rouge-de-fer with a named and dated portrait and on the reverse a battle plan of Trafalgar inscribed with much detail, 151mm, spout restored.

* See Commemorative Pottery, plates 167 and 168 and Drakard, plates 592 and 593.
Estimate:  £140 - 180 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £80
Lot 138
1805 Nelson in Memoriam: a pearlware jug printed in brown with an escutcheon inscribed with name and decorations received flanked by oval panels of Nelson and Victory, 145mm.

* See Drakard, plates 598 and 599.
Estimate:  £150 - 200 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £130
Lot 139
1805 Nelson in Memoriam: a rare creamware jug the ovoid body printed in brown and decorated in colours with a vignette of a grieving Britannia holding a portrait and, on the reverse inscribed with loyal address, 212mm, restored.

* See Commemorative Pottery, page 100 (P) for a description of this print.
Estimate:  £250 - 300 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £140
Lot 140
Earl St. Vincent: a 19th century Wedgwood blue jasperware plaque applied in white with a head and shoulders profile looking to sinister, 110mm high, framed.

* Sir John Jervis was created Earl St Vincent following his great victory over the overwhelming Spanish fleet at St Vincent on 14th February 1797. An accomplished naval commander he completed his last naval engagement in 1806 at the age of 72 when in command of the Channel fleet on an expedition to Portugal. Ex Pugh Collection, sold Christies South Kensington, 26 April 2001, lot 51 and where described 'impressed both Vincent and marked on the reverse' (subsequently reframed and not dismantled for inspection). See Wedgwood the Portrait Medallions by Reilly and Savage, page 297 for an earlier version of the same likeness.
Estimate:  £150 - 200 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £60
Lot 141
Viscount Wellington: a large creamware jug printed in black with a named portrait and on the reverse an attractive depiction of Britannia, centred by the royal coat of arms, circa 1809, 247mm, restoration to spout, lower part of body and underside.

* The title Viscount was conferred upon Wellington on 4th September 1809. See Drakard, plates 606 and 607.
Estimate:  £250 - 350 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £200
Lot 142
Peninsular Campaign: an interesting creamware jug printed in black and decorated in colours with a scene entitled 'One of the 71st taking a French Officer prisoner in Portugal', and on the obverse 'John Bull and his Companion Challenging Bonaparte and his relation', centred by a canal scene of a fly boat and horses with related speech bubbles, circa 1810, 204mm, spout restored.

* Theqst (Glasgow Highland) Regiment of Foot saw action in the British victory over the French at the Battle of Vimiera in Portugal on 21st August 1808. They returned to the Peninsular in 1810 before finally driving the French out of Portugal the following year. Rival boatmen on the canals were often at loggerheads as the faster fly boats overtook slower barges resulting in problems with their lines (tow ropes). See Drakard, plates 246, 584 and 608.
Estimate:  £400 - 500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £200
Lot 143
Peninsular Campaign: a pearlware jug printed in blue, red and black with a badge named 'The Spanish Patriots Cockade' centred by the initials JB, circa 1810, 155mm, restored
Estimate:  £80 - 120 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £48
Lot 144
1812 Earl Wellington: a small silver lustre lined jug moulded with colourful sprays of hops and barley centred by a named head and shoulders profile in military uniform, 120mm, restored.

*An Earldom was conferred upon Wellington in February 1812 following the Battle of Ciudad Rodrigo. He was made a Marquess in August 1812 following the Battle of Salamanca. See Commemorative Pottery, page105 (c) for a description of this jug.
Estimate:  £100 - 120 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £30
Lot 145
Marquis Wellington: a yellow pottery jug lined in silver and printed in grey with named classical profile and on the reverse royal symbols, circa 1812, 138mm, foot restored.

* Wellington was made a Marquis in August 1812.
Estimate:  £100 - 150 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £60
Lot 146
21st June 1813 Battle of Vittoria and Wellington: a silver resist jug printed in black and decorated in colours with an inscribed equestrian portrait and on the reverse an oval panel detailing battle honours, 148mm, spout restored, star crack to base, enamel flaking.

* Following victory at Vittoria the French casualties were less than they might have been on account of many British soldiers, rather than pursuing the enemy, plundered the abandoned French wagons which contained the 'loot of a Kingdom'; an incident which enraged Wellington. See Commemorative Pottery, plate 173.
Estimate:  £140 - 180 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
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Lot 147
21st June 1813 Battle of Vittoria: a brown stoneware jug set with a lion's head handle, banded in blue and applied in white with a named equestrian portrait of Wellington being hailed by a soldier waving a ribbon inscribed 'Vittoria' and another tendering a baton resembling that of a Field Marshall, on the reverse a scene depicting a captured cannon, French standard and a chest marked 'Plunder', 185mm, hairline cracks to rim, spout and handle.

* See footnote to the previous lot and Commemorative Pottery, page 106 (g).
Estimate:  £140 - 180 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £48
Lot 148
1812 Napoleon's Russian Campaign: a pearlware jug banded in silver, printed in black and decorated in colours with two cartoons, 139mm, spout and rim restored.

* A Cossacks Mode of Attack is after the engraving of the same title published by Samuel Knight on 1st January 1813. See Drakard, plates 636, 637 and 692.
Estimate:  £150 - 180 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £170
Lot 149
The 1812 War with America: an Enoch Wood pottery plate printed in blue with a scene entitled 'Commodore MacDonnoughs Victory', the underside with impressed mark, 193mm

* Thomas Macdonough was commander of the Lake Champlain squadron and overcame the British navy on 11th September 1814.
Estimate:  £40 - 60 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £40
Lot 150
1813 Le Brun Departing Holland: a silver banded pearlware jug printed in black and decorated in colours with scenes entitled 'Le Brun Leaving Holland' and 'Cossack Mode of Attack', 146mm, spout restored.

* Following Napoleon's defeat at the Battle of Leipzig in October 1813 Charles-Francois Lebrun, Napoleon's appointed Governor-General of the Netherlands, fled. Willem Frederik, Prince of Orange landed in Holland on 30th November. See Drakard, plate 711.
Estimate:  £180 - 220 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
Sold for:   £90
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