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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.

19TH CENTURY TOBY JUG 18cm.

Toby Jug Lot 737

Warren & Wignall
Date 7.6.17

Catalogue Description.
19TH CENTURY TOBY JUG 18CM
Estimate: 5-10 GBP
Result 20 GBP


Two Scotish Toby jugs.

Toby Jug Lot 197

Thomson Roddick Carlisle
Date 23.5.17

Catalogue Description.
Staffordshire Toby jug of a seated man in a tricorn hat holding a jug of foaming ale, decorated in polychrome, 25.5cm high also another in the form of a woman taking snuff, 26cm high. (2)
Estimate: 50-80 GBP
Result 90 GBP


Two creamware Toby jugs c.1790, of Ralph Wood type

Toby Jug Lot 179

Woolley and Wallis
Date 23.5.17

Catalogue Description.
Two creamware Toby jugs c.1790, of Ralph Wood type, one decorated in a muted palette with a dove grey coat over primrose yellow breeches, the other with sponged blue patches to his coat and hat, each resting an empty jug on one knee, some restoration, 25.5cm max. (2)
Estimate: 300-500 GBP


Three Ralph Wood type Toby jugs c.1790

Toby Jug Lot 180

Woolley and Wallis
Date 23.5.17

Catalogue Description.
Three Ralph Wood type Toby jugs c.1790, one of Mould 51 type and raising a glass to his lips, wearing a bright green coat, the other two with foaming jugs of ale, one perhaps intended to be a Collier type with a dark face and hands, damage and repairs, 25cm max. (3)
Estimate: 300-500 GBP


Two Delft Toby jugs 19th century

Toby Jug Lot 181

Woolley and Wallis
Date 23.5.17

Catalogue Description.
Two Delft Toby jugs 19th century, one of Squire type with a long pipe and seated on a shaped base, the other a Sailor and seated on a sea chest, red marks after Adriaenus Koeks, and a pearlware Sailor Toby jug wearing a blue coat over a red waistcoat and holding a patterned jug of ale, some faults, 30.5cm max. (3)
Estimate: 150-200 GBP


Two Toby jugs c.1800, one of Ordinary type

Toby Jug Lot 182

Woolley and Wallis
Date 23.5.17

Catalogue Description.
Two Toby jugs c.1800, one of Ordinary type, wearing a lilac coat over yellow breeches and a green waistcoat, his long-stemmed pipe laying up his arm, the other decorated in Pratt colours with sponged blue coat and ochre hat, each holding a jug of ale, some damages and restoration, 25cm max. (2)
Estimate: 200-300 GBP


Five Toby jugs 19th/early 20th century

Toby Jug Lot 183

Woolley and Wallis
Date 23.5.17

Catalogue Description.
Five Toby jugs 19th/early 20th century, three of traditional form with jugs of ale, one of a Gin Woman holding a glass and bottle, the last forming a jar with a bonnet cover, of a woman with one hand in her apron pocket, some faults, 29.5cm max. (6)
Estimate: 150-200 GBP


An Ordinary Toby jug 19th century

Toby Jug Lot 184

Woolley and Wallis
Date 23.5.17

Catalogue Description.
An Ordinary Toby jug 19th century, typically modelled with a foaming jug of ale, decorated in Portobello colours with striped stockings beneath green breeches and a blue coat, his jug painted with a floral motif, the base and handle sponged in green and red, some repairs to the hat, 25.3cm.
Estimate: 100-200 GBP


A creamware Toby jug of Wood type c.1785-90

Toby Jug Lot 185

Woolley and Wallis
Date 23.5.17

Catalogue Description.
A creamware Toby jug of Wood type c.1785-90, wearing a pale washed green coat over ochre breeches, the foam of his ale spilling down one side of the jug he holds, 25cm.
Estimate: 200-300 GBP


A small Pratt ware Toby jug c.1800

Toby Jug Lot 186

Woolley and Wallis
Date 23.5.17

Catalogue Description.
A small Pratt ware Toby jug c.1800, wearing a blue coat over yellow breeches, a spotted jug of ale on one knee, raised on a tall sponged base, a small chip to his hat, 19cm.
Estimate: 300-400 GBP


A creamware Wood type 'Long Face' Toby jug

Toby Jug Lot 187

Woolley and Wallis
Date 23.5.17

Catalogue Description.
A creamware Wood type 'Long Face' Toby jug c.1780-90, seated and resting a foaming jug of ale on his left knee, glazed in shades of brown and manganese, his shoes tied with ribbons, restoration to his hat, 27cm.
Estimate: 400-600 GBP


Two pearlware Toby jugs c.1790

Toby Jug Lot 188

Woolley and Wallis
Date 23.5.17

Catalogue Description.
Two pearlware Toby jugs c.1790, each seated with a jug of ale on one knee and an upright barrel between their feet, wearing blue sponged coats over yellow waistcoats and black breeches, some restoration, 25cm max. (2)
Estimate: 250-350 GBP


A massive Devonmoor advertising Toby jug c.1930

Toby Jug Lot 189

Woolley and Wallis
Date 23.5.17

Catalogue Description.
A massive Devonmoor advertising Toby jug c.1930, of usual form, seated and holding a tankard and a pipe, wearing a green coat over a claret waistcoat, with ruddy nose and cheeks, 60cm.
Estimate: 250-350 GBP


A massive Devonmoor advertising Toby jug c.1930

Toby Jug Lot 190

Woolley and Wallis
Date 23.5.17

Catalogue Description.
A massive Devonmoor advertising Toby jug c.1930, of usual form, seated and holding a tankard and a pipe, wearing a blue coat over a yellow waistcoat and breeches, a rim crack to the back of the hat, 60cm.
Estimate: 250-350 GBP


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 28.3.17

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 28.3.17

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 28.3.17

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 28.3.17

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

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