1) A selection of 100 items of Staffordshire pottery made 1730-1770 including the principle types of Astbury, Whieldon, Salt glaze and Agate wares.

Also includes a Chinese porcelain dish; 2) A silver vessel in the form of a hooped bucket, with handle rising from two masks and having at the top a head with double face. On the front are engraved the arms of the Montmorency. Brussels marks at the bottom.


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