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England, United Kingdom, Europe     Date:1770-1780   Materials:Earthenware (dipped ware); Lead glaze   Techniques:Thrown, Slip decorated, Combed, Molded

England, United Kingdom, Europe Earthenware Pitcher with Lead Glaze

Early 19th century, baluster form jug with dark brown, blue, and green rouletted bands flanking a wide gray-blue band with black dendritic devices, extruded handle with leaf terminals, (rim repair, small hairlines), ht. 7 1/4 in.  green roulett...

Little Welsh Quilts and other Traditions: June 2013

Engine-turned Mochaware Jug, Britain, c. 1800, baluster-form pearlware jug banded with blue, black, and rust

Engine-turned Mochaware Jug, Britain, c. baluster-form pearlware jug banded with blue, black, and rust with an inlaid rust eng.

Pearlware pepper pot slip decorated with snail trail, circa 1830 More stock available at www.martynedgell.com or follow us at www.facebook.com/martynedgellantiques

Pearlware pepper pot slip decorated with snail trail, circa 1830 More stock available at www.martynedgell.com or follow us at www.facebook.com/martynedgellantiques

Mochaware pitcher

Collection of Mochaware Pottery, Britain & America, century, part of the Skinner American Furniture & Decorative Arts auction on March 2010 in Boston, MA.

Mochaware - Teapot with combed marble decoration and green-glazed rilling, 5 1/2  (I love the technique and the colorations)

Mochaware - Teapot with combed marble decoration and green-glazed rilling, 5 (I love the technique and the colorations)

Checker Banded Mochaware Jug, England, c. 1790, rare red earthenware baluster-form jug banded with black and white slip, the broad white field diced in a fine checkerboard pattern on an engine-turning lathe the extruded white handle with foliate

Checker Banded Mochaware Jug, England, c. rare red earthenware baluster-form jug banded with black and white slip, the broad white field diced in a fine checkerboard pattern on an engine-turning lathe the extruded white handle with foliate

Mochaware - Mustard pot decorated with cat's eye and green glazed herringbone rouletting, 4

This is the Mochaware page of the Other Antiques area of the Antiques section for the Colonial Sense web site.

Factory Made Slipware is one of my favorite type of Historic ceramics  - British creamware, ca. 1800. Unusual for creamware to be slipped and marbled in this manner. While commonly referred to as mochaware/'moca' by some, the terminology gets kinda dicey and can have different definitions.

Mochaware - Unusual British creamware mochawear handleless cup and saucer, ca. Each slip marbled in black and slate blue on a pumpkin field within rouletted orange-glazed reeded borders.

MOCHAWARE MOCHA WARE c1910 MUG-DENTRICAL DESIGN MOCHAWARE PINT MUG-DISTRICT 19  Offered on ebay for $150

MOCHAWARE MOCHA WARE c1910 MUG-DENTRICAL DESIGN MOCHAWARE PINT MUG-DISTRICT 19

MOCHAWARE MOCHA WARE c1910 MUG-DENTRICAL DESIGN MOCHAWARE PINT MUG-DISTRICT 19 Offered on ebay for $150

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