Puzzle Vessels
For Sale or Exchange

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CRESTED VESSELS

Small tapered single handle mug.
The smallest working puzzle jug at only 35 mm. high

Scarborough Crest

JUGC-001 £48

Watering Can (1909 patent No.2006)

London crest

JUGC-002 £48

Watering Can (1909 patent No.2006)

Hove Crest

JUGC-003 £48

Coffee Pot with spout (1909 patent No.2006)

London Crest

JUGC-004 £48

 

 

 

Bristol Cider Cup (4 handles)

Crests: William the Conqueror, King Harold, Portsmouth, and COM:Southton(Hampshire).

JUGC-009 £40

 

   

Small tapered single handle mug.
The smallest working puzzle jug at only 35 mm. high

crest LONDON

JUGC-023 £45

Small tapered single handle mug.
The smallest working puzzle jug at only 35 mm. high

crest LONDON

JUGC-024 £45

Spouted and galleried teapot. (1909 patent No.2006)

Crest EASTBOURNE

JUGC-025 £55

Lipped Coffee Pot (1909 patent No.2006)

Crest LONDON

JUGC-026 £50

Tapered Tumbler (1909 patent No.2006)

Crest BRIGHTON

JUGC-028 £50

Faux Puzzle 1.
Made to look exactly like a puzzle jug, but it is non-functioning.

Crest BRIGHTON

JUGC-029 £25

Faux Puzzle 2.
Made to look exactly like a puzzle jug, but it is non-functioning.

Crest POOLE

JUGC-030 £20
Long spout Coffee Pot
(Gemma (1909 patent No.2006)
JUG- C033 £50
Scarce "squashed" teapot (Gemma(1909 patent No.2006)
JUG-C034 £65

PUZZLE WALL
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Beautiful miniature jug by Locke & Co. Worcester with the name of the town Eastbourne cleverly hidden as fern decoration

JUGC-032 £70
       
Small miniature vase by Locke & Co. Worcester porcelain with the name of the town Blackpool cleverly hidden as fern decoration
JUG-036 £60

COLLECTION of EIGHTY STANDARD JUGS

Eighty Jugs from an excellent selection of different MAKERS and a wide range of civic coats of arms & crests.

 

JUGC-MAKR £8 each

Collection 6 SIX PUZZLE TANKARDS: Cambridge, Blackpool, Isle of Man, Bournemouth, Harrogate, and Leeds. Isle of Man has a crack on back remaining five perfect.

JUGC-TANK £50

GLUG DECANTER

Very curious Decanter with ground glass stopper. The sides have been pinched in in 5 places leaving 5 connections between top and bottom. It has also been bent. The result is an amusing looking decanter which glugs when it pours. Liquor has been left in it too long and the inside of the base need a good cleaning.

JUG-231 £30
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
 

ITEMS BELOW HAVE BEEN SOLD

   




Royles silver-plated Patent Self-Pouring Teapot. c.1885. Made by silversmiths James Dicksons and Sons Ltd of Sheffield England. One side has ben pieced and repaired but it is otherwise in working order and a nice compact example very suitable for demonstarting this ingenious design/mechanism.
N854 sold

Collectors of strange vessels should have one of these.

A Blanc de chine model of Guan Yin (Goddess of Mercy) dripping water into the dragon's mouth.

Originally intended to be filled with perfumed wter. Turn the figure over and the vase she is holding drips for a long time into the Dragon's mouth.

JUG-101 sold
Teapot with Lid (patent 2006)
JUGC-006 sold

Big Tankard 68mm

Blackpool crest

JUGC-030

sold

Small Tankard. St Leonard's Crest.
JUGC-015 sold
Globular Jug. Works in fully conventional way.
JUGC-016 sold
Small Tankard.
Transfer of Girl
JUGC-017 sold

Round Pot with lip (patent 2006)

London crest

JUGC-020 sold

Three handled tankard (patent 2006)

Transfer of Girl

JUGC-021 sold
Teapot with Gallery (patent 2006)
JUGC-022 sold


 

 

 

The rarest crested puzzle teapot. 65mm high and 100mm from spout to handle it is one of the largest of the Gemma patent 2006 puzzles.


JUG-035 sold
Standard Jug with Lucky Heather
BRIGHTON
JUGC-012 sold

Standard Puzzle Jug but with lovely lustre glaze and Lucky Heather

"from BOURNEMOUTH"

JUGC-031 £25

A small pretty continental puzzle jug

JUG-201 sold

Chinese peach shaped stoneware Lidless Wine pot. Works like the Cadogan teapots. Spout has possibly been reground.
U167

sold

Fine traditional sprigged Puzzle Jug probably Chesterfield c.1880-1900. Inscribed "Louisa Matilda Walmsley". Unusal neck pieced with suits of playing cards.
JUG-P491 sold