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Antique Toby Jugs


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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.

An unusual sailor toby jug. The figure seated on a chest with the incription Dollars impressed on the 
		side.

Toby Jug Lot 167

Cottone
Date 25.1.17

Catalogue Description.
An unusual sailor toby jug. The figure seated on a chest with the incription Dollars impressed on the side. Staffordshire pottery England.
Estimate: 50-80 USD


A 19th Century Staffordshire jug modelled as Nelson

Toby Jug Lot 64

Fieldings Auctioneers
Date 7.1.17

Catalogue Description.
A 19th Century Staffordshire jug modelled as Nelson stood in uniform with a cannon behind, all on a grassy bank, painted name title to the cartouche, unmarked, height 31cm
Estimate: 300-500 GBP


A 19th Century Staffordshire character jug modelled as George Whitfield or the Nightwatchman

Toby Jug Lot 68

Fieldings Auctioneers
Date 7.1.17

Catalogue Description.
A 19th Century Staffordshire character jug modelled as George Whitfield or the Nightwatchman, he sat on a red chair holding a lantern all to a yellow canted rectangular base with black painted feathering, unmarked, height 24cm
Estimate: 100-150 GBP


A late 18th Century Staffordshire pearlware Admiral Lord Howe (or Man on the Barrel) Toby jug of Wood type

Toby Jug Lot 75

Fieldings Auctioneers
Date 7.1.17

Catalogue Description.
A late 18th Century Staffordshire pearlware Admiral Lord Howe (or Man on the Barrel) Toby jug of Wood type modelled as a man seated on a barrel holding a jug of foaming ale with a pipe to his side and a spaniel beneath his left foot, raised to a square base with canted corners, unmarked, height 25cm, restored
Estimate: 400-600 GBP


A late 18th to early 19th Century Staffordshire Sinner Toby jug

Toby Jug Lot 76

Fieldings Auctioneers
Date 7.1.17

Catalogue Description.
A late 18th to early 19th Century Staffordshire Sinner Toby jug dressed in a burgundy jacket over a patterned waistcoat with lavender breeches, his face with painted warts, raised to an oval base, height 20cm
Estimate: 400-600 GBP


An early 19th Century Staffordshire Drunken Parson (or Dr Johnson) Wood type Toby jug

Toby Jug Lot 77

Fieldings Auctioneers
Date 7.1.17

Catalogue Description.
An early 19th Century Staffordshire Drunken Parson (or Dr Johnson) Wood type Toby jug seated on a red chair holding a glass in his five fingered right hand and a jug in the other dressed in black with warts to his face and an askew tricorn hat, height 27cm, S/D
Estimate: 150-200 GBP


An early 19th Century Staffordshire Trafalgar Toby Wood type Toby jug

Toby Jug Lot 78

Fieldings Auctioneers
Date 7.1.17

Catalogue Description.
An early 19th Century Staffordshire Trafalgar Toby Wood type Toby jug, the sailor dressed in a blue jacket over a red striped waistcoat with yellow trousers holding a glass and jug of ale with a pipe between his feet, seated on a tea chest with Trafalgar impressed to the sides and a relief molded roundel of Victory to the back, height 29cm
Estimate: 400-600 GBP


A late 18th Century Yorkshire type Sinner Toby jug

Toby Jug Lot 79

Fieldings Auctioneers
Date 7.1.17

Catalogue Description.
A late 18th Century Yorkshire type Sinner Toby jug dressed in a blue jacket and yellow breeches holding a spotted jug, the interior of his tricorn hat with yellow and brown sponging, impressed crown mark to the base, height 25cm
Estimate: 300-500 GBP


An early 19th Century Staffordshire Walton Hearty Good Fellow Toby jug

Toby Jug Lot 80

Fieldings Auctioneers
Date 7.1.17

Catalogue Description.
An early 19th Century Staffordshire Walton Hearty Good Fellow Toby jug, the standing male dressed in a burgundy jacket over a striped waistcoat and lemon breeches, stood on a naturalistic base with impressed Walton to the back, height 28cm
Estimate: 200-300 GBP


An early 19th Century Yorkshire type Ordinary Toby jug

Toby Jug Lot 81

Fieldings Auctioneers
Date 7.1.17

Catalogue Description.
An early 19th Century Yorkshire type Ordinary Toby jug dressed in a brown jacket with blue trim over a spotted waistcoat and red breeches, his face with painted warts and smiling showing his teeth, the jug with floral decoration, all to a green base, height 25.5cm
Estimate: 100-150 GBP


A late 18th to early 19th Century Yorkshire type Ordinary Toby

Toby Jug Lot 82

Fieldings Auctioneers
Date 7.1.17

Catalogue Description.
A late 18th to early 19th Century Yorkshire type Ordinary Toby jug dressed in a brown jacket over a spotted waistcoat and green breeches, his face with rosy cheeks and smiling showing his teeth, the jug with floral decoration, all to a red sponged base, height 24cm, restored
Estimate: 100-150 GBP


A late 18th Century Staffordshire Drunken Parson (or Dr Johnson) Wood type Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 83

Fieldings Auctioneers
Date 7.1.17

Catalogue Description.
A late 18th Century Staffordshire Drunken Parson (or Dr Johnson) Wood type Toby jug seated on a chair holding a glass in his five fingered right hand and a jug in the other dressed in black jacket over a striped waistcoat with warts to his face and an askew tricorn hat, the base with sponged decoration, bears Behar Collection No 281 label to the base, height 21.5cm
Estimate: 200-300 GBP


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

Toby Jug Lot 84

Fieldings Auctioneers
Date 7.1.17

Catalogue Description.
A late 18th Century Staffordshire Ralph Wood Ordinary Toby jug, seated wearing a mustard yellow jacket over a matching waistcoat and green breeches, the base with manganese sponged decoration, height 26cm
Estimate: 200-300 GBP


A late 18th Century Staffordshire Convict Ordinary Toby Pratt type jug.

Toby Jug Lot 85

Fieldings Auctioneers
Date 7.1.17

Catalogue Description.
A late 18th Century Staffordshire Convict Ordinary Toby Pratt type jug, dressed in a white coat with yellow arrows and blue spots over a yellow waistcoat and blue breeches with striped socks beneath, his face painted in yellow, height 26cm
Estimate: 400-600 GBP


An early 19th Century Staffordshire Wood type Ordinary Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 86

Fieldings Auctioneers
Date 7.1.17

Catalogue Description.
An early 19th Century Staffordshire Wood type Ordinary Toby jug, he dressed in a pale pink jacket with pale grey waistcoat and yellow breeches, impressed S to the base, height 25cm
Estimate: 150-200 GBP


An early 19th Century Staffordshire Ordinary Toby jug of Wood type.

Toby Jug Lot 88

Fieldings Auctioneers
Date 7.1.17

Catalogue Description.
An early 19th Century Staffordshire Ordinary Toby jug of Wood type dressed in a brown jacket with yellow cuffs over a patterned waistcoat with green breeches and patterned socks, height 25cm
Estimate: 100-150 GBP


A late 18th Century Staffordshire Wood type Ordinary Toby jug

Toby Jug Lot 89

Fieldings Auctioneers
Date 7.1.17

Catalogue Description.
A late 18th Century Staffordshire Wood type Ordinary Toby jug, he dressed in a brown mottled jacket over a yellow waistcoat with black breeches holding a brown jug of foaming ale with a small barrel between his feet, height 26cm
Estimate: 300-500 GBP


A 19th Century Staffordshire American Sailor Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 90

Fieldings Auctioneers
Date 7.1.17

Catalogue Description.
A 19th Century Staffordshire American Sailor Toby jug, the sailor dressed in blue sat on a chest incised Dollars and holding a jug of foaming ale printed with 'Success to our wooden walls', all to a naturalistic base with scrolling branch to form the handle, height 26.5cm, restored
Estimate: 100-150 GBP


An early 19th Century Staffordshire Pratt Ware Ordinary Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 91

Fieldings Auctioneers
Date 7.1.17

Catalogue Description.
An early 19th Century Staffordshire Pratt Ware Ordinary Toby jug dressed in a blue jacket with yellow cuffs, orange breeches and patterned socks holding a spotted jug of foaming ale, the base with blue and orange sponged decoration, complete with cover / measure, height 26cm
Estimate: 150-200 GBP


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

Toby Jug Lot 92

Fieldings Auctioneers
Date 7.1.17

Catalogue Description.
A late 18th Century Staffordshire Wood type Ordinary Toby jug dressed in a blue jacket over a green waistcoat and yellow breeches holding an empty jug with his pipe to his side, complete with cover / measure, height 26cm
Estimate: 300-500 GBP


Toby Jug Lot 170

Tennants Auctioneers
Date 6.1.17

Catalogue Description.
A pearlware Toby Jug, early 19th century, of traditional type holding a beaker and jug, 25cm high; and a similar hearty Good Fellow Toby Jug, 28cm high (2)
Estimate: 150-250 GBP


Toby Jug Lot 171

Tennants Auctioneers
Date 6.1.17

Catalogue Description.
A pearlware Toby Jug, early 19th century, of traditional form holding a jug and pipe.
Estimate: 200-300 GBP