The 18th century in the British Isles was a turbulent, unsettled period in our history. Potteries throughout the land operated as cottage industries, quite often as a side line to the main occupation of the household.

The art of pottery was developing into an industry and the fascinating events of the times were recorded by the potters, a true tribal art emerged leaving us with fascinating, enigmatic and highly sought after pieces. 

Apollo Playing Lute
Circa 1760-80
£ 495.00
Apple of Discord
Circa 1790
£ 325.00
Bacchus Mug
Circa 1770
£ 275.00
Bovey Tracey Tea Caddy
Circa 1796
£ 1850.00
Catch Singers
Circa 1780
£ 995.00
Early Whieldon Pug
Circa 1760
£ 1250.00
Figure of Charity (Charitey)
Circa 1790-1800
£ 395.00
God Speed The Plow Mug
Circa 1780
£ 295.00
Guillotine Mug
Circa 1793
£ 1495.00
Leopard
Circa 1790-1800
£ 495.00
Macaroni Tea Caddy
Circa 1790
£ 295.00