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18th & 19th Century Staffordshire Pottery For Auction

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Staffordshire Pottery and Porcelain refers to both specific potteries and a style of pottery and just the region from which certain antique collectable porcelain has originated from!  Potteries Auctions has been selling 18th and 19th century Staffordshire Pottery from within the heart of Staffordshire for over twenty five years and has amassed vast knowledge in this incredibly diverse field. We can identify and provide valuations on a wide range of Staffordshire pieces.

Our experts are available to value Staffordshire figure groups, flat backs, dogs, animals, spill vases and all Staffordshire related wares. Potteries Auctions is based in Staffordshire, and as such we have had unprecedented access to the best of Staffordshire pottery at auction for many decades.

Popular Staffordshire Pottery at Auction

Lot 166
Early 19th-century larger Staffordshire figure of Urania

Sold March 2021

Sale Price £300

Lot 252
Early Delft-shaped tin glaze plate decorated with flowers

Sold February 2016

Sale Price £420

Lot 525
17 Staffordshire Enamels small pill boxes

Sold Nov 2021

Sale Price £130

Lot 156
18th century blue & white porcelain Sparrow Beak jug, 2 Bacchus head polychrome jugs, a treacle glaze stoneware inkwell & two figural pottery money boxes

Sold July 2018

Sale Price £190

Lot 114
Early 19th-century Staffordshire pearlware oval plaque

Sold March 2018

Sale Price £200

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Whether you are looking to buy or sell Staffordshire pottery and porcelain, the team of experts at Potteries Auctions can help you find the piece you are looking for, or value your items for sale.  Request a call back if you are looking for a valuation and are seeking to sell some 18th and 19th-century Staffordshire collector pieces at auction.

Staffordshire Porcelain Facts

  • Staffordshire ware was made from the 17th century onwards in – as the name suggests – Staffordshire.
  • Three types of pottery can be classified as belonging to the group of Staffordshire wares – earthenware, stoneware and porcelain.
  • Staffordshire is particularly associated with porcelain, and was first made in the West at Longton Hall, Stoke-on-Trent, in the 1750s. Before then, it had only been produced in China.

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Potteries Auctions can collect items for auction from anywhere in the UK, and we can also handle large collections from all over the world, so just get in touch with us to discuss.  We pride ourselves in our packing and shipping service to get goods out to purchasers, making it a perfect solution for buyers who can’t attend auctions in person.

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