Prattware, a term used to describe a distinct type of antique British pottery. Made between, approximately 1780 - 1840 relief decorated and underglaze coloured, the typical palette includes strong yellow, deep cobalt, burnt orange, mossy green, brown and black.

 

From outstanding figures to jugs and plaques, this genre of pottery is highly regarded and very collectable. The animals especially have a primitive quality while the commemorative pieces remain highly appealing.

 

 

 

 

Figure of Autumn
Circa 1790
£ 395.00
Figure of Charity
Circa 1810-30
£ 490.00
Figure of Charity (Charitey)
Circa 1790-1800
£ 475.00
Figure of Flora
Circa 1790-1830
£ 320.00
Fruit Collectors
Circa 1790
£ 355.00
Gardener
Circa 1790
£ 325.00
Grotesque Pipe
Circa 1800
£ 3495.00
Hunt Servant
Circa 1800-10
£ 595.00
Macaroni Tea Caddy
Circa 1790
£ 295.00
Nelson Moulded Jug
Circa 1800
£ 325.00
Press Ganger
Circa 1790-1800
£ 375.00
Serpent Coiled Pipe
Circa 1820
£ 1450.00
Watchstand
Circa 1820-30
£ 695.00