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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.

A very rare creamware Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 123

Bonhams
Date 17.5.17

Catalogue Description.
A very rare creamware Toby jug, circa 1780 Of 'No Base' type, wearing a shallow hat, his coat and waistcoat with incised buttons and buttonholes, his right hand resting on his knee and holding a pipe, a tall glass in his left hand held close to his body, his face, coat and shoes picked out in light brown, 18cm high (crazed, chipped, fine crack, losses to hat)
Estimate: 1000-1500 GBP


A rare Spode and Copeland pearlware Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 125

Bonhams
Date 17.5.17

Catalogue Description.
A rare Spode and Copeland pearlware Toby jug, circa 1811-15 Of traditional form, wearing a brown tricorn hat, bright yellow coat, green breeches and patterned waistcoat, the foaming jug on his knee painted with a flower spray, the rectangular black line base with canted corners, 25.5cm high, incised to the back 'Spode & Copeland' (chip to hat)
Estimate: 1500-2000 GBP


A 19th Century Staffordshire toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 419

Warren & Wignall
Date 19.4.17

Catalogue Description.
A 19th Century Staffordshire pottery toby jug, height 23cm. CONDITION REPORT chip to left foot and loss to decoration.
Estimate: 20-30 GBP


A 19th Century Staffordshire toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 420

Warren & Wignall
Date 19.4.17

Catalogue Description.
A 19th Century Staffordshire pottery toby jug, height 26cm. CONDITION REPORT - restoration to the modelled jug handle at gent's left hand, minor loss to decoration and nibbles.
Estimate: 20-30 GBP


A Prattware Toby jug, Yorkshire type, 1800-1820, with caryatid handle.

Toby Jug Lot 508

Gildings
Date 24.3.17

Catalogue Description.
A Prattware Toby jug, Yorkshire type, 1800-1820, with caryatid handle, modelled with bottle and glass, close modelled to the rotund body, chipped, 20.5cm.
Estimate: 200-300 GBP


A Prattware Toby jug, Yorkshire 1800-1820

Toby Jug Lot 509

Gildings
Date 24.3.17

Catalogue Description.
A Prattware Toby jug, Yorkshire 1800-1820, plain handle (remodelled), extensively restored, 20.5cm.
Estimate: 200-300 GBP


A Staffordshire sailor Toby jug, probably Wood and Calwell, circa 1805.

Toby Jug Lot 510

Gildings
Date 24.3.17

Catalogue Description.
A Staffordshire sailor Toby jug, probably Wood and Calwell, circa 1805, the figure seated on a chair over a seaman's chest, holding a jug and glass, restored, 30cm.
Estimate: 400-600 GBP


A Ralph Wood type Toby jug, Staffordshire, probably late 18th century.

Toby Jug Lot 511

Gildings
Date 24.3.17

Catalogue Description.
A Ralph Wood type Toby jug, Staffordshire, probably late 18th century, a slender figure seated, holding a jug and pipe, restored, 25.5cm
Estimate: 400-600 GBP


A Ralph Wood Type Toby Jug, circa 1780, of traditional form.

Toby Jug Lot 26

Tennants
Date 24.3.17

Catalogue Description.
A Ralph Wood Type Toby Jug, circa 1780, of traditional form with manganese hat and green jacket holding a jug of ale, a barrel and pipe at his feet, on a foliate moulded base, 25cm high
Estimate: 500-700 GBP


A Staffordshire Pearlware Ruddy-Faced Toby Jug.

Toby Jug Lot 39

Tennants
Date 24.3.17

Catalogue Description.
A Staffordshire Pearlware Ruddy-Faced Toby Jug, early 19th century, wearing a black hat and lilac coat holding a pipe and jug of ale, 25.5cm high
Estimate: 300-500 GBP


A STAFFORDSHIRE PRATTWARE TOBY JUG.

Toby Jug Lot 23

Mellors & Kirk
Date 22.3.17

Catalogue Description.
A STAFFORDSHIRE PRATTWARE TOBY JUG, EARLY 19TH C with sponged decoration to handle and base, beneath a slightly bluish glaze.
Old filled chip to brim of tircorn, glaze chip on chin.
Estimate: 400-600 GBP


Two Early 19th Century Staffordshire Toby jugs.

Toby Jug Lot 1102

Stacey's
Date 20.3.17

Catalogue Description.
Two Early 19th Century Staffordshire Toby jugs.
Estimate: 40-60 GBP


A painted pottery monk Toby jug approx 30cm high

Toby Jug Lot 1102

Bulstrodes
Date 15.3.17

Catalogue Description.
A painted pottery monk Toby jug approx 30cm high. Condition - minor chips to glaze. no sign of damage or repair. some cracking evident but possibly occurred in the making
Result: 90 GBP


A Staffordshire 'Rodney Sailor' toby jug, a pearlware toby jug and a Staffordshire Walton figure entitled 'The Scuffle'

Toby Jug Lot 33

Bonhams
Date 22.2.17

Catalogue Description.
A Staffordshire 'Rodney Sailor' toby jug, a pearlware toby jug and a Staffordshire Walton figure entitled 'The Scuffle'
Estimate: 600-900 GBP
Result: 500 GBP


A collection of ten Toby jugs

Toby Jug Lot 458

Bonhams
Date 22.2.17

Catalogue Description.
A collection of ten Toby jugs
Estimate:
Result: 200 GBP


A 19thC Staffordshire jug, modelled in the form of a man drinking a flagon of beer while smoking a pipe.

Toby Jug Lot 170

Golding Young & Mawer
Date 15.2.17

Catalogue Description.
A 19thC Staffordshire jug, modelled in the form of a man drinking a flagon of beer while smoking a pipe.
Estimate:


A rare female Snuff Taker Toby jug c.1830

Toby Jug Lot 112

Woolley Wallis
Date 28.2.17

Catalogue Description.
A rare female Snuff Taker Toby jug c.1830, wearing a green dress with a polka dot scarf tied around her neck, holding a circular snuff box and raising a pinch to her right nostril, minor faults, 23.5cm
Estimate: 400-600 GBP


A Wayte & Ridge comical Toby jug c.1864

Toby Jug Lot 113

Woolley Wallis
Date 28.2.17

Catalogue Description.
A Wayte & Ridge comical Toby jug c.1864, modelled as a Prussian soldier in blue and orange uniform, wedged into a wooden barrel and pulling a face of frustration and disgust, his tongue protruding, the handle formed from his plaited hair, impressed W&R mark, some restoration to his hat, 34cm.
Estimate: 400-600 GBP


A rare Yorkshire Toby jug c.1780

Toby Jug Lot 114

Woolley Wallis
Date 28.2.17

Catalogue Description.
A rare Yorkshire Toby jug c.1780, holding a large churchwarden's pipe in his left hand and a bottle in his right, his breeches, coat and hat washed in manganese, the handle formed as a caryatid with folded arms, a very small amount of good restoration, 25.5cm.
Estimate: 2500-3000 GBP


A good Pratt ware Toby jug c.1800

Toby Jug Lot 115

Woolley Wallis
Date 28.2.17

Catalogue Description.
A good Pratt ware Toby jug c.1800, of Ordinary type, seated and resting a foaming jug of ale on his knee, his coat washed in blue, his breeches yellow, the bright colour echoed to the handle behind, 23.5cm.
Estimate: 300-400 GBP


A good Staffordshire Toby jug c.1790, after Ralph Wood

Toby Jug Lot 116

Woolley Wallis
Date 28.2.17

Catalogue Description.
A good Staffordshire Toby jug c.1790, after Ralph Wood, modelled seated and with a foaming jug of ale resting on his left knee, wearing a blue waistcoat and yellow breeches beneath a coat mottled in blue, green, yellow and manganese, his face decorated with large blue spots, incised X to the underside, 23.8cm.
Estimate: 600-800 GBP


A Staffordshire pearlware Toby jug c.1780

Toby Jug Lot 117

Woolley Wallis
Date 28.2.17

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, a little restoration to his hat, 25.3cm.
Estimate: 350-450 GBP


A 19th Century Staffordshire Ordinary Toby Wood type jug

Toby Jug Lot 114

Fieldings
Date 4.2.17

Catalogue Description.
A 19th Century Staffordshire Ordinary Toby Wood type jug dressed in a brown jacket over a green waistcoat with yellow breeches holding a foaming jug of ale, his face with painted warts, height 24cm S/D
Estimate: 40-60 GBP


A large 19th Century Staffordshire American Sailor Toby jug

Toby Jug Lot 117

Fieldings
Date 4.2.17

Catalogue Description.
A large 19th Century Staffordshire American Sailor Toby jug, the sailor dressed in a blue jacket with red waistcoat and grey trousers, sat on a chest incised Dollars and holding an empty jug, all to a naturalistic base with scrolling branch to form the handle, height 30cm, S/D


An early 19thC Staffordshire toby jug

Toby Jug Lot 36

Chudleigh
Date 28.1.17

Catalogue Description.
An early 19thC Staffordshire toby jug, missing handle.


An early 19th century creamware Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 1542

Stride & Son
Date 27.1.17

Catalogue Description.
An early 19th century creamware Toby jug, 25.5cm high.


An early 19th century staffordshire sailor Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 167

Cottone
Date 25.1.17

Catalogue Description.
An early 19th century Staffordshire sailor Toby jug.
Estimate: 20 USD


A 19th Century Toby jug with black tricorn hat.

Toby Jug Lot 205

House & Son
Date 24.1.17

Catalogue Description.
A 19th Century Toby jug with black tricorn hat, blue jacket, yellow waistcoat and pink breeches - 9 1/4in. high


A Brampton brown salt glazed stoneware Toby jug and stopper.

Toby Jug Lot 468

Bamfords
Date 17.1.17

Catalogue Description.
A Brampton brown salt glazed stoneware Toby jug and stopper, seated holding a jug of foaming beer, wearing a tricorn hat and long jacket, canted rectangular plinth, 26.5cm high, c.1840
Estimate: 100-150 GBP


A 19th century Oldfield & Co brown salt glazed stoneware Toby jug.

Toby Jug Lot 469

Bamfords
Date 17.1.17

Catalogue Description.
A 19th century Oldfield & Co brown salt glazed stoneware Toby jug, seated holding a jug, wearing a tricorn hat, canted base, impressed mark, c.1860
Estimate: 60-100 GBP