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Antique Toby Jugs


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Staffordshire Toby Jugs For Sale

A small preview of some of the more interesting Antique Staffordshire Toby jugs coming up for sale through auction. Always check their website auction catalogue descriptive information along with condition, travel details and lot availability. Descriptions are taken from the auction house catalogues.

A Yorkshire toby jug, early 19th century

Toby Jug Lot 12

Halls Fine Art
Date 23.5.18

Catalogue Description.
A Yorkshire toby jug, early 19th century, painted in bright colours, typically modelled, seated holding an ale jug and glass, the handle modelled as a figure, with a sponge decorated base, unmarked, 23cm high (restored)
Estimate: 200-300 GBP
Result: GBP


A Yorkshire Mexborough type Toby jug, early 19th century

Toby Jug Lot 13

Halls Fine Art
Date 23.5.18

Catalogue Description.
A Yorkshire Mexborough type Toby jug, early 19th century, modelled in the form of a seated green jacketed Toby wearing brown coloured breeches and holding a jug and goblet, the base with sponged decoration in brown and green, with figural handle, 23.5cm high
Estimate: 200-300 GBP
Result: GBP


A Staffordshire pearlware toby jug, early 19th century

Toby Jug Lot 20

Halls Fine Art
Date 23.5.18

Catalogue Description.
A Staffordshire pearlware toby jug, early 19th century, seated and holding a foaming jug, wearing bright green jacket and blue breeches, 23cm high restoration to the tricorn hat
Estimate: 80-120 GBP
Result: GBP


An early 19th Century Sinner toby jug

Toby Jug Lot 308

Lodge & Thomas
Date 18.5.18

Catalogue Description.
An early 19th Century Sinner toby jug, wearing a green jacket over a patterned waistcoat and burgundy breeches, with pockmarked face looking to one side with a tricorn hat, height 7.5in (lacks stopper)
Estimate: 300-400 GBP
Result: GBP


An 18th/19th Century Staffordshire Pearlware Toby jug Modelled in the form of a portly gentleman holding a jug and glass.

Toby Jug Lot 312

Wright Marshall Ltd
Date 15.5.18

Catalogue Description.
An 18th/19th Century Staffordshire Pearlware Toby jug Modelled in the form of a portly gentleman holding a jug and glass, raised on mottled plinth base, height 27cm, together with a Staffordshire door stop modelled in the form of Punch, height 32cm
Estimate: 40-60 GBP
Result: GBP


3 TOBY JUGS APPROX

Toby Jug Lot 229

Gary Don
Date 15.5.18

Catalogue Description.
3 TOBY JUGS APPROX H: 9.5"/ 6.5"
Estimate: 2 GBP
Result: GBP


An early George III Staffordshire Toby jug

Toby Jug Lot 542

Batemans
Date 5.5.18

Catalogue Description.
An early George III Staffordshire Toby jug, salt glazed cream ware, sponged hat, foaming jug separated from the body, 26cm, a/f chips to the rim, together with an early 19th century King Charles spaniel jug, with floral tricorn hat, 23.5cm, together with two Sutherland pink lustre jugs, one with faith transfer, 16.5 by 11.5cm, and the other decorated with pink and orange blossom, 14 by 11cm, a/f chips to the rim. (4)
Estimate: 80-120 GBP
Result: 300 GBP


Toby Jug Lot 212

Bonhams
Date 2.5.18

Catalogue Description.
Three toby jugs, circa 1785 and later
Comprising a creamware 'step' Toby unusually modelled with a small dog between his feet and wearing a purple jacket, the base with stepped recess, 25cm high (damage and restoration), another Toby, possibly Davenport, wearing a characteristic red jacket, the base sponged in bright colours, 24.5cm high (minor restoration), and a Toby of 'Village Idiot' type, possibly 19th century, 19.6cm high (handle restored) (3)
Estimate: 700-1000 GBP
Result: 800 GBP


A 19TH CENTURY STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY TOBY JUG

Toby Jug Lot 26

Diamond Mills & Co.
Date 25.4.18

Catalogue Description.
A 19TH CENTURY STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY TOBY JUG of a seated man with barrel between his legs wearing a sponged brown jacket, 9 3/4 ins high, chips to hat.
Estimate: 50-80 GBP
Result: 210 GBP


A full set of eleven Wilkinson Toby jugs

Toby Jug Lot 1

Golding Young & Mawer
Date 18.4.18

Catalogue Description.
A full set of eleven Wilkinson Toby jugs, each designed by Sir Francis Carruthers Gould, modelled in the form of First World War Generals, Monarchs, Presidents etc., to include Marshall Foch, King George V, President Wilson, Marshall Joffre, Admiral Beatty, President Botha, Sir John French, Lord Kitchener, Admiral Jellicoe, Lloyd George and Earl Haigh, various sizes, printed signatures and marks to base.
Estimate: 5000-8000 GBP
Result: Not listed GBP


A Wilkinson Limited Royal Staffordshire Pottery Clarice Cliff toby jug

Toby Jug Lot 2

Golding Young & Mawer
Date 18.4.18

Catalogue Description.
A Wilkinson Limited Royal Staffordshire Pottery Clarice Cliff toby jug, modelled in the form of Winston Churchill, the square base decorated with the slogan 'And May God Defend the Right, Going Into Action', number 118 to underside, 30cm high
Estimate: 500-800 GBP
Result: 850 GBP


Toby Jug Lot 544

Mallams Ltd
Date 9.4.18

Catalogue Description.
A LATE 18TH / EARLY 19TH CENTURY COLLIER TOBY JUG inscribed beneath 'T Bownell, London', 25cm high
Estimate: 50-80 GBP
Result: 90 GBP


A collection three Staffordshire Toby jugs.

Toby Jug Lot 519

Wright Marshall Ltd
Date 27.3.18

Catalogue Description.
A collection three Staffordshire Toby jugs Formed as seated gents with tricorn hats, one with lid, largest 28cm high
Estimate: 50-70 GBP
Result: 50 GBP


Two 19th Century Staffordshire pottery Toby jugs.

Toby Jug Lot 522A

Wright Marshall Ltd
Date 27.3.18

Catalogue Description.
Two 19th Century Staffordshire pottery Toby jugs Of typical form, one with lid, largest height 25cm.
Estimate: 30-50 GBP
Result: 30 GBP


A rare full set of twelve Wilkinson and Clarice Cliff toby jugs Allied Commanders of the First World War.

Toby Jug Lot 590

Wright Marshall Ltd
Date 27.3.18

Catalogue Description.
A rare full set of twelve Wilkinson and Clarice Cliff toby jugs Allied Commanders of the First World War, issued in Limited Editions between 1915-1919, designed by Sir F Carruthers Gould, each with factory marks to base.
Estimate: 6000-8000 GBP
Result: 5700 GBP


Pearlware Toby jug, Ralph Wood type.

Toby Jug Lot 3A

Gildings
Date 27.3.18

Catalogue Description.
Pearlware Toby jug, Ralph Wood type, designed as Mr Toby wearing a tricorn hat, seated, holding a foaming quart, painted in colours, 25cm, chipped.
Estimate: 100-150 GBP
Result: 1400 GBP


Late 18th cent Pearlware Toby Jug with original cover holding a ale pitcher.

Toby Jug Lot 316

Hansons
Date 24.3.18

Catalogue Description.
Late 18th cent Pearlware Toby Jug with original cover holding a ale pitcher. 24cms high.
Estimate: 300-500 GBP
Result: 240 GBP


19th cent Majolica glazed Toby Jug.

Toby Jug Lot 347

Hansons
Date 24.3.18

Catalogue Description.
19th cent Majolica glazed Toby Jug. 28cms high
Estimate: 50-80 GBP
Result: 125 GBP


Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 257

Penrith Farmers' & Kidd's PLC
Date 24.3.18

Catalogue Description.
Toby jug.
Estimate: 15-25 GBP
Result: 85 GBP


A late 18th Century Ralph Wood type Ordinary Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 89

Fieldings
Date 24.3.18

Catalogue Description.
A late 18th Century Ralph Wood type Ordinary Toby jug, seated wearing a translucent blue frock coat with brown breaches holding a foaming jug of ale, height 23cm
Estimate: 300-500 GBP
Result: 1150 GBP


A 19th Century Yorkshire type Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 90

Fieldings
Date 24.3.18

Catalogue Description.
A 19th Century Yorkshire type Toby jug, seated wearing an ochre and black chequed frock coat with dark green breaches holding a jug and a wine glass, the handle formed as a ship's figurehead, all to a sponged blue pedestal, painted 2G1 Black to the base.
Estimate: 300-500 GBP
Result: 210 GBP


A late 18th Century Ralph Wood type Ordinary Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 91

Fieldings
Date 24.3.18

Catalogue Description.
A late 18th Century Ralph Wood type Ordinary Toby jug, seated wearing a translucent brown frock coat with yellow breaches holding a foaming jug of ale, height 25cm S/D
Estimate: 300-500 GBP
Result: 700 GBP


A late 18th Century Pratt Ware type Ordinary Toby jug

Toby Jug Lot 92

Fieldings
Date 24.3.18

Catalogue Description.
A late 18th Century Pratt Ware type Ordinary Toby jug, seated wearing a patterned frock coat with ochre breaches holding a foaming jug of ale, height 24.5cm S/D
Estimate: 300-500 GBP
Result: 240 GBP


A late 18th Century Ralph Wood type Ordinary Toby jug

Toby Jug Lot 93

Fieldings
Date 24.3.18

Catalogue Description.
A late 18th Century Ralph Wood type Ordinary Toby jug, seated wearing an ochre frock coat with blue breaches and patterned socks, holding a foaming jug of ale and with sponge decoration to his pedestal, height 26cm, restored
Estimate: 200-300 GBP
Result: 160 GBP


A 19th Century Squire Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 94

Fieldings
Date 24.3.18

Catalogue Description.
A 19th Century Squire Toby jug, seated on a corner chair wearing a brown frock coat, green waist coat and yellow breeches, with a Delft blue and white painted face and long hair, brown painted mark to the base, height 32cm S/D
Estimate: 150-200 GBP
Result: 260 GBP


A late 18th Century Ralph Wood type Ordinary Toby jug

Toby Jug Lot 95

Fieldings
Date 24.3.18

Catalogue Description.
A late 18th Century Ralph Wood type Ordinary Toby jug, seated wearing a translucent green frock coat with grey breaches holding a foaming jug of ale, height 26cm, restored
Estimate: 200-300 GBP
Result: 100 GBP


A late 18th Century Ralph Wood type Ordinary Toby jug

Toby Jug Lot 96

Fieldings
Date 24.3.18

Catalogue Description.
A late 18th Century Ralph Wood type Ordinary Toby jug, seated wearing a mottled blue frock coat with grey breaches and a yellow waistcoat holding a foaming jug of ale and with a barrel between his feet, height 26cm, restored
Estimate: 200-300 GBP
Result: 200 GBP


A late 18th Century Ralph Wood type Ordinary Toby jug

Toby Jug Lot 97

Fieldings
Date 24.3.18

Catalogue Description.
A late 18th Century Ralph Wood type Ordinary Toby jug, seated wearing a blue frock coat with yellow cuffs, orange breaches and patterned socks with spot decoration to his face, he holding a foaming jug of ale and with sponge decoration to his pedestal, height 26cm, restored
Estimate: 200-300 GBP
Result: 160 GBP


A 19th Century Staffordshire 'The Sailor Toby' Wood type Toby jug

Toby Jug Lot 98

Fieldings
Date 24.3.18

Catalogue Description.
A 19th Century Staffordshire 'The Sailor Toby' Wood type Toby jug, he dressed in an ochre jacket with blue trousers and a green waistcoat, holding a glass and jug of ale, seated on a chair with a chest beneath, height 30.5cm A/F
Estimate: 150-200 GBP
Result: 820 GBP


A late 19th Century Dutch Delft Hearty Good Fellow Toby jug

Toby Jug Lot 99

Fieldings
Date 24.3.18

Catalogue Description.
A late 19th Century Dutch Delft Hearty Good Fellow Toby jug, the whole decorated in blue and white tin glaze, marked ID to the base, height 29cm S/D
Estimate: 50-80 GBP
Result: 500 GBP


A 19th Century Staffordshire Thin Man Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 101

Fieldings
Date 24.3.18

Catalogue Description.
A 19th Century Staffordshire Thin Man Toby jug, seated wearing a blue frock coat and green breaches holding a jug and a pipe, height 25cm, restored
Estimate: 50-80 GBP
Result: 1100 GBP


AN ANTIQUE TOBY JUG WITH DATE LOZENGE TO BASE.

Toby Jug Lot 172

Cuttlestones
Date 14.3.18

Catalogue Description.
AN ANTIQUE TOBY JUG WITH DATE LOZENGE TO BASE
Estimate: 2 GBP
Result: 35 GBP


A Wilkinson Sir Francis Carruthers Gould 'Admiral David Beatty' Toby jug dated 1918 seated in naval uniform holding a shell engraved 'Dread Nought', factory marks to base.

Toby Jug Lot 130

Catherine Southon
Date 7.3.18

Catalogue Description.
A Wilkinson Sir Francis Carruthers Gould 'Admiral David Beatty' Toby jug dated 1918 seated in naval uniform holding a shell engraved 'Dread Nought', factory marks to base. height: 26.5cm approx.
Estimate:
Result: 150 GBP


A Wilkinson Sir Francis Carruthers Gould 'David Lloyd George' Toby jug dated 1917

Toby Jug Lot 131

Catherine Southon
Date 7.3.18

Catalogue Description.
A Wilkinson Sir Francis Carruthers Gould 'David Lloyd George' Toby jug dated 1917
Estimate:
Result: 150 GBP


Four early 19th century Toby jugs, the tallest 27.5cm (all af)

Toby Jug Lot 684

Adam Partridge
Date 22.2.18

Catalogue Description.
Four early 19th century Toby jugs, the tallest 27.5cm (all af) (4).
CONDITION REPORT: One of the jugs has been restored to the hat, the other has a major crack running from the hat to the sleeve in area of elbow, one with chip to the hat, one with restored handle, all with extensive crazing throughout, areas of flaking and rubbing to the paint, some surface dirt commensurate with age. The Toby in blue coat and green waistcoat: Hat has been restored, crazing throughout, base section restored from crack running from left knee through coat to base rim, also a large crack through the back running from shoulder right through to the base which has also been restored, the tip of the right foot has been restored.
Estimate: 60-100 GBP
Result: 320 GBP


Four early 19th century Toby jugs, the tallest 31cm (af) (4).

Toby Jug Lot 685

Adam Partridge
Date 22.2.18

Catalogue Description.
Four early 19th century Toby jugs, the tallest 31cm (af) (4).
CONDITION REPORT: The tallest figure has got a handle broken off from the pitcher and has got several areas of fritting and a chip to the rim of the hat, numerous firing imperfections, the cream ware example with crudely reglued damage to back side of the hat, also with fritting and rubbing to the edge and with one chip, the figure in red coat with areas of fritting all with extensive crazing throughout, some rubbing and flaking to the paint, some surface dirt commensurate with age. Sailor: Handle of jug is missing, chip approx 100 x 30mm to rim and patches of missing glaze to hat, stress cracks around throat and jacket, a few small glaze flaws throughout, crack running vertically up left leg, area of restoration to the tip of the right foot has been restored.
Estimate: 60-100 GBP
Result: 1500 GBP


Three early 19th century Toby jugs, all 25cm, one with hat (all af)

Toby Jug Lot 686

Adam Partridge
Date 22.2.18

Catalogue Description.
Three early 19th century Toby jugs, all 25cm, one with hat (all af) (3).
CONDITION REPORT: All with chips or flaking to the hats particularly edges and to the handles, the figure in brown coat with chip to the pipe, the other with areas of fritting in same place, the other with chip to the rim of the pitcher, all with extensive crazing throughout, some areas of flaking and rubbing to the paint, surface dirt commensurate with age. Toby in middle: Significant crack running through base and half of the body, area of restoration to the handle, a few glaze flaws, the hat has possibly been repainted.
Estimate: 60-100 GBP
Result: 300 GBP


An Antique Toby jug on square base.

Toby Jug Lot 613

Whittons
Date 22.2.18

Catalogue Description.
An Antique Toby jug on square base. Approx. 25 cms high.
Estimate: 2 GBP
Result: 520 GBP


An Antique Toby jug on square base.

Toby Jug Lot 614

Whittons
Date 22.2.18

Catalogue Description.
A large Antique Toby jug on square base.
Estimate: 20-30 GBP
Result: 300 GBP


A pair of decorative Toby jugs on square bases of gentlemen holding pipes.

Toby Jug Lot 616

Whittons
Date 22.2.18

Catalogue Description.
A pair of decorative Toby jugs on square bases of gentlemen holding pipes.
Estimate: 40-60 GBP
Result: 720 GBP


A Wood type creamware Toby jug c.1790.

Toby Jug Lot 56

Woolley & Wallis
Date 20.2.18

Catalogue Description.
A Wood-type creamware Toby jug c.1790, modelled in typical seated pose with a foaming jug of ale, a small upright barrel between his feet, his long clay pipe resting vertically by his right side, his coat sponged in blue, his pipe stem chipped, some good restoration to his hat, 25.2cm.
Estimate: 300-400 GBP
Result: 300 GBP


A Yorkshire Toby jug 19th century.

Toby Jug Lot 57

Woolley & Wallis
Date 20.2.18

Catalogue Description.
A Yorkshire Toby jug 19th century, seated with an empty jug in his left hand, a small glass held in his right, the interior brim of his hat sponged with panels in blue, black and ochre, echoed to the base, a caryatid handle to the reverse, a little restoration to his hat, 25.5cm.
Estimate: 300-400 GBP
Result: 280 GBP


A Pratt ware Toby jug c.1800.

Toby Jug Lot 58

Woolley & Wallis
Date 20.2.18

Catalogue Description.
A Pratt ware Toby jug c.1800, brightly enamelled in the traditional palette, with striped socks beneath ochre breeches, his blue coat with yellow cuffs, a reddish brown beard matching his drinker's nose, some good restoration to his hat, 25.5cm.
Estimate: 300-500 GBP
Result: 280 GBP


A Yorkshire Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 59

Woolley & Wallis
Date 20.2.18

Catalogue Description.
A Yorkshire Toby jug c.1810-20, seated with an empty jug patterned in red and blue, a small glass held in his right hand, wearing a dark green coat over brown breeches, the base and the inside of his hat sponged in red and green, with a caryatid handle, the handle broken off and restuck, 26cm.
Estimate: 300-400 GBP
Result: Passed


A Hearty Good Fellow Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 60

Woolley & Wallis
Date 20.2.18

Catalogue Description.
A Hearty Good Fellow Toby jug c.1810, standing with one foot slightly behind him, holding his long-stemmed clay pipe across his body, a jug of ale in his right hand, wearing a pale lilac coat over a yellow waistcoat, good restoration to his hat, 29.5cm.
Estimate: 250-350 GBP
Result: 220 GBP


A creamware Toby jug of Wood type c.1790.

Toby Jug Lot 61

Woolley & Wallis
Date 20.2.18

Catalogue Description.
A creamware Toby jug of Wood type c.1790, seated with a frothing jug of ale, with an upright barrel between his feet and a clay pipe leaning up by his right leg, decorated in manganese, black and ochre, some restoration, 25.2cm.
Estimate: 300-400 GBP
Result: 280 GBP


A Martha Gunn Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 62

Woolley & Wallis
Date 20.2.18

Catalogue Description.
A Martha Gunn Toby jug c.1820-40, seated and holding a gin bottle and glass, her dress patterned with stylized flowerheads, raised on a base sponged in blue, green, red and ochre, 26cm.
Estimate: 400-600 GBP
Result: 420 GBP


A Sinner Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 63

Woolley & Wallis
Date 20.2.18

Catalogue Description.
A Sinner Toby jug c.1800, wearing a green jacket over a bold striped waistcoat, his warty face turned slightly to one side as his eyes look askance, restoration to his hat, 19cm.
Estimate: 500-800 GBP
Result: Passed


A Mexborough (Yorkshire) or Crown mark Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 64

Woolley & Wallis
Date 20.2.18

Catalogue Description.
A Mexborough (Yorkshire) or Crown mark Toby jug early 19th century, resting a miniature standing Toby jug on his left knee and holding a wine glass in his right hand, sponged around the base and inside his hat in a typical palette of ochre, blue and black, very faint impressed crown mark, replacement handle, 25.5cm.
Estimate: 400-600 GBP
Result: Passed


A Pratt ware Toby jug c.1790-1800.

Toby Jug Lot 65

Woolley & Wallis
Date 20.2.18

Catalogue Description.
A Pratt ware Toby jug c.1790-1800, holding a frothing jug of ale and decorated in a typical palette of blue, brown, yellow and ochre, raised on an unusually tall base sponged in blue and ochre, a little good restoration to his hat, 24cm.
Estimate: 500-700 GBP
Result: Passed


A female Snuff Taker Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 67

Woolley & Wallis
Date 20.2.18

Catalogue Description.
A rare female Snuff Taker Toby jug c.1830, wearing a blue dress with a pink apron, holding a circular snuff box and raising a pinch to her nostril, a small filled chip to the rim, 23.7cm
Estimate: 300-400 GBP
Result: 280 GBP


Two Minton Majolica Toby jugs.

Toby Jug Lot 69

Woolley & Wallis
Date 20.2.18

Catalogue Description.
Two Minton Majolica Toby jugs, date codes for 1876, modelled as a Quaker and his companion, he standing with his hands in his pockets, she holding a fan and clutching her shawl around her, their hair forming the handles behind, impressed marks, 27.5cm max. (2)
Estimate: 300-500 GBP
Result: 380 GBP


A Ralph Wood type Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 196

The Duchy Auction Company
Date 17.2.18

Catalogue Description.
A Rare Ralph Wood type Toby jug, Staffordshire, probably late 18th century, a corpulent figure seated, holding an overflowing jug, 25.5cm, slight older chip to rim.
Estimate: 1500-1700 GBP
Result: 1400 GBP


A Prattware Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 420

Rogers Jones & Co.
Date 13.2.18

Catalogue Description.
Parcel of mainly mixed pottery including Toby jugs, sporting tankard etc
Estimate: 0
Result: 260 GBP


Burke's Whiskey jug.

Toby Jug Lot 469

Whyte's
Date 3.2.18

Catalogue Description.
Burke's Whiskey jug. A large, ceramic, toby-style jug, a figure in tricorn hat seated on a barrel of Burkes Green Label Whiskey, by Fieldings, Stoke on Trent. 11.50in. (29.2cm)
Estimate: 300-500 EUR
Result:


Two eary Toby jugs.

Toby Jug Lot 128

Forsythes Auction
Date 28.1.18

Catalogue Description.
Two Early Toby Jugs
Including one yelloware example, full standing figure with pitcher of beer in right hand and pipe in left, wearing tri-corner hat and red waist coat with applied C scroll handle, circa 1850 and likely American; and a Dalton type stoneware Toby in two tone glaze, 5 1/2" high.
Glaze flaking to Toby jug.
Estimate: 50-100 USD
Result: 350 USD or 250 GBP


Salt-glazed stoneware King George Toby jug

Toby Jug Lot 135

Gildings
Date 9.1.18

Catalogue Description.
Salt-glazed stoneware King George Toby jug, probably North Midlands, mid 19th Century, the figure seated, holding a jug of foaming ale.
Estimate: 70-100 GBP
Result: 80 GBP


Staffordshire porcelaneous Toby Jug, late 19th Century

Toby Jug Lot 136

Gildings
Date 9.1.18

Catalogue Description.
Staffordshire porcelaneous Toby Jug, late 19th Century, Mr Toby seated holding a foaming jug of ale, wearing a blue tricorn hat and coat, bears gold anchor mark
Estimate: 100-150 GBP
Result: 60 GBP


Yorkshire type red-faced Toby jug

Toby Jug Lot 137

Gildings
Date 9.1.18

Catalogue Description.
Yorkshire type red-faced Toby jug, Mr Toby seated, holding a jug of ale, with a mottled green and black tricorn hat, burgundy coloured coat, with red hands.
Estimate: 80-120 GBP
Result: 60 GBP


A Portobello type Toby jug

Toby Jug Lot 138

Gildings
Date 9.1.18

Catalogue Description.
A Portobello type Toby jug, Mr Toby seated, with a jug of ale, wearing a black tricorn hat and blue coat, restored, 26cm. Provenance Harland Collection, No.87 Sotherby's.
Estimate: 80-120 GBP
Result: 50 GBP


Pearlware style Toby jug Portobello type

Toby Jug Lot 139

Gildings
Date 9.1.18

Catalogue Description.
Pearlware style Toby jug Portobello type, early 19th Century, Mr Toby, seated, holding a jug of ale, wearing a black tricorn hat and coat, restored, 24cm. Provenance Harland Collection, No.53 Sotherby's.
Estimate: 80-120 GBP
Result: 50 GBP


Staffordshire Lady taking snuff jug, 19th Century

Toby Jug Lot 140

Gildings
Date 9.1.18

Catalogue Description.
Staffordshire Lady taking snuff jug, 19th Century, standing holding a snuff box, wearing a tricorn hat, repaired, 25cm. Provenance Harland Collection, No.65 Sotherby's.
Estimate: 80-120 GBP
Result: 60 GBP


Creamware Toby Jug

Toby Jug Lot 494

Marques dos Santos
Date 19.12.17

Catalogue Description.
Creamware Toby Jug Stone powder faience, attributable to Massarelos, Oporto, 18th/19th century, a glazed decoration with drippings, depicting a masculine figure holding a glass. Slight defects and restoration works. Dim.: 29 cm.
Estimate: 525-700 EUR
Result: 700 EUR


Martha Gun toby jug in faience

Toby Jug Lot 498

Marques dos Santos
Date 19.12.17

Catalogue Description.
Martha Gun toby jug in faience A wine jug with a lid, in Portuguese faience, with a polychrome glazed decoration, holding a glass and a bottle, according to the model of English crockery. Production attributable to Porto or Gaya, 18th/19th century. Signs of wear. Dim.: 24 cm.
Estimate: 1200-1600 EUR
Result: 1500 EUR


Seven Wilkinson Pottery Toby Jugs of Allied War Leaders 1915-1919

Toby Jug Lot 40

Sheffield Auction
Date 1.12.17

Catalogue Description.
Seven Wilkinson Pottery Toby Jugs of Allied War Leaders 1915-1919, designed by Sir Francis Carruthers Gould (1844-1925)
Estimate: 1200-1800 GBP
Result:1700 GBP


An Early XIX Century Prattware Toby Jug.

Toby Jug Lot 74

Sheffield Auction
Date 1.12.17

Catalogue Description.
An Early XIX Century Prattware Toby Jug, the seated toper holding a jug of ale on his left knee, a pipe beside him, wearing a sponged ochre and blue coat, yellow breeches and brown hat and shoes, the shaped rectangular base with wavy blue band, 24.5cm high.
Estimate: 200-300 GBP
Result:520 GBP


A 19th century toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 3

Cheffins
Date 29.11.17

Catalogue Description.
A 19th century toby jug, seated, holding a foaming jug of ale wearing a black tricorn hat, spotted ochre jacket and green breeches, 26cm
Estimate: 100-200 GBP
Result:900 GBP


A Leonard Jarvis limited edition Toby jug,

Toby Jug Lot 223

Sworders
Date 28.11.17

Catalogue Description.
A Leonard Jarvis limited edition Toby jug, of the Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill Om, CH, FRS, MP in the manner of Ralph Wood no. 231, 18cm high, one finger missing, hat chipped in two places, and with large crack
Estimate: 100-150 GBP
Result:80 GBP


Two early 19th century toby jugs.

Toby Jug Lot 134

Paul Beighton
Date 25.11.17

Catalogue Description.
Two early 19th century toby jugs. One of ordinary type painted with a green overcoat and yellow breeches modelled with a long stemmed pipe and mug of frothy ale, the other painted in pratt type colours possibly Yorkshire, tallest 24.5cm (2).
Estimate: 100-150 GBP
Result: Passed


A Pratt Type Pottery Toby Jug and Cover, circa 1800.

Toby Jug Lot 204

Tennants
Date 18.11.17

Catalogue Description.
A Pratt Type Pottery Toby Jug and Cover, circa 1800, of traditional form holding a pipe and toby jug on a sponge base, 27cm high See illustration
Estimate: 700-1000 GBP
Result: 500 GBP


A pearlware Walton Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 82

Bonhams
Date 15.11.17

Catalogue Description.
A pearlware Walton Toby jug
Early 19th century Of traditional form, with warty face, holding a jug of foaming ale, 27.5cm high, impressed WALTON scroll mark
Estimate: 250-350 GBP
Result: 250 GBP


Five from a full set of eleven Wilkinson Toby Jugs of Allied Commanders of the First World War, circa 1915-1919

Toby Jug Lot 301

Bonhams
Date 15.11.17

Catalogue Description.
A full set of eleven Wilkinson Toby Jugs of Allied Commanders of the First World War, circa 1915-1919
Estimate: 5000-7000 GBP
Result: 3500 GBP


Two 19th Century Toby jugs.

Toby Jug Lot 245

Inmans
Date 21.10.17

Catalogue Description.
Two 19th Century Toby jugs
Result: 32 GBP


A Prattware Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 3161

Taylors
Date 21.10.17

Catalogue Description.
19TH CENTURY PRATTWARE RALPH WOOD STYLE TOBY JUG WITH BROWN & BLUE GLAZED DECORATION ON PLINTH BASE - 23.5 CM TALL
Estimate: 50-80 GBP
Result: 300 GBP


Two pearlware Toby jugs 1st half 19th century.

Toby Jug Lot 1278

Woolley and Wallis
Date 18.10.17

Catalogue Description.
Two pearlware Toby jugs 1st half 19th century, one Copeland with a prominent wart on his face, wearing a blue coat, the other Davenport with a cup stopper, decorated in Portobello colours with a sponged base and handle, impressed marks to both, the cover broken and restuck, 24.5cm max. (3)
Estimate: 250-350 GBP
Result: 250 GBP


Three Toby jugs late 18th and 19th century.

Toby Jug Lot 1279

Woolley and Wallis
Date 18.10.17

Catalogue Description.
Three Toby jugs late 18th and 19th century, one a Pratt ware example, seated with a jug of ale and decorated with blue arrows and sponged ochre stripes, a snuff taker with a chevron waistcoat, and a Gin Woman on a moulded base, holding a bottle and glass, damages and restoration, 23.5cm max. (3)
Estimate: 200-300 GBP
Result: 200 GBP


Two pearlware Toby jugs c.1810-20.

Toby Jug Lot 1280

Woolley and Wallis
Date 18.10.17

Catalogue Description.
Two pearlware Toby jugs c.1810-20, decorated in Portobello type colours, each resting a foaming jug of ale on their knee, one handle broken off and restored, 24.5cm. (2)
Estimate: 200-300 GBP
Result: 150 GBP


A Staffordshire pearlware Toby jug c.1780.

Toby Jug Lot 1281

Woolley and Wallis
Date 18.10.17

Catalogue Description.
A Staffordshire pearlware Toby jug c.1780, seated with an upright barrel between his feet, a foaming jug of ale on his left knee and his clay pipe resting by his right side, wearing a sponged blue coat over an ochre waistcoat and black breeches, 25cm.
Estimate: 300-500 GBP
Result: 700 GBP


An unusual Squire Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 1282

Woolley and Wallis
Date 18.10.17

Catalogue Description.
An unusual Squire Toby jug c.1810-20, seated on a shaped base and wearing a bright turquoise jacket over a blue waistcoat, holding a small jug of ale and a long-stemmed pipe, a little chipping, his pipe a replacement, 29.5cm.
Estimate: 600-800 GBP
Result: 540 GBP


A Pratt ware Martha Gunn Toby jug c.1800

Toby Jug Lot 1285

Woolley and Wallis
Date 18.10.17

Catalogue Description.
A Pratt ware Martha Gunn Toby jug c.1800, seated and holding a gin bottle and glass, her dress picked out in typical palette with small flower sprigs, her cheeks rouged in ochre, some good restoration to the hat, 26cm.
Estimate: 600-800
Estimate: 700-900 GBP
Result: 750 GBP


A rare Mexborough (Yorkshire) or Crown mark Toby jug early 19th century

Toby Jug Lot 1286

Woolley and Wallis
Date 18.10.17

Catalogue Description.
A rare Mexborough (Yorkshire) or Crown mark Toby jug early 19th century, holding a miniature Toby jug on his knee and a cup in his right hand, with a dog reclining between his feet, the base and inside of his hat sponged in blue, ochre, black and crimson, the handle moulded with a caryatid, impressed crown mark,
Estimate: 1000-1500 GBP
Result: 1900 GBP


A pearlware Toby jug c.1800

Toby Jug Lot 1287

Woolley and Wallis
Date 18.10.17

Catalogue Description.
A pearlware Toby jug c.1800, seated with an upright barrel between his feet, a clay pipe to his side and a foaming jug of ale on his knee, wearing a blue coat over ochre breeches, around the base moulded with a band of flowerheads, good restoration to his hat, 25cm.
Estimate: 300-400 GBP
Result: 300 GBP


A pearlware Toby jug and cover c.1800-10

Toby Jug Lot 1288

Woolley and Wallis
Date 18.10.17

Catalogue Description.
A pearlware Toby jug and cover c.1800-10, of Ordinary type, an empty jug resting on one knee, his long-stemmed clay pipe beside him, decorated in blue, restored, 25.2cm. (2)
Estimate: 300-500 GBP
Result: 220 GBP


A creamware Toby jug c.1790

Toby Jug Lot 1289

Woolley and Wallis
Date 18.10.17

Catalogue Description.
A creamware Toby jug c.1790, seated with a large foaming jug of ale, his coat and breeches decorated in Whieldon type running glazes, some good restoration to the hat, 24cm.
Estimate: 400-600 GBP
Result: 750 GBP


A STAFFORDSHIRE TOBY JUG with blue coat

Toby Jug Lot 1231

John Nicholson
Date 5.10.17

Catalogue Description.
A STAFFORDSHIRE TOBY JUG with blue coat and black tricorn hat. 10ins high.
Estimate: 50-100 GBP
Result: Unsold


Two Staffs Scottish group figures, another Staffs group, Toby jug, ornamental ducks etc

Toby Jug Lot 399

Rogers Jones & Co.
Date 3.10.17

Catalogue Description.
Two Staffs Scottish group figures, another Staffs group, Toby jug, ornamental ducks etc
Estimate: 0 GBP
Result: Unsold


A GEORGE III STAFFORDSHIRE TOBY JUG

Toby Jug Lot 30

Hutchinson Scott
Date 28.9.17

Catalogue Description.
A GEORGE III STAFFORDSHIRE TOBY JUG the seated man holding a jug of ale in ochre hat with mustard coat 25cm high.
Estimate: 250-350 GBP
Result: 260 GBP


AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY PEARLWARE TOBY JUG

Toby Jug Lot 37

Richard Winterton
Date 27.9.17

Catalogue Description.
AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY PEARLWARE TOBY JUG, modelled as seated holding foaming quart, chipped tricorn hat and base with chips and crack, height approximately 23cm
Estimate: 60-80 GBP
Result: 130 GBP

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