A selection of Doulton, Wilkinson, and World’s Fair Pottery will be showcased on the second day of Whitley’s Auctioneers‘ upcoming Two-Day Ceramic Auction. Featured in this sale are character jugs, liquor containers, advertising ware, and more.
Highlighted in the event is a Wilkinson WWII General Douglas Macarthur character jug. This piece is part of the Allied Leaders Collection and shows the five-star American general seated and holding a pipe. Also highlighted is a Royal Doulton Sir Francis Drake large character jug. The jug was produced in 1988 to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the defeat of the Spanish Armada. A World’s Fair Pottery 1940s ivory creamer set of George and Martha Washington is also featured. Other items found in the auction include a large Doulton character cup of Winston Churchill and a Doulton Lambeth ashtray portraying a polar bear on ice. View the entire collection of ceramics and place a bid at Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Collectibles (548), American Indian & Ethnographic (8), Decorative Arts (5), Furniture (2)
# of Lots:564
Price Range:$500 - $2,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Rare Lg Doulton Character Loving Cup Winston Churchill||
|Doulton Lambeth Bibelot, Polar Bear On Ice||
|Royal Doulton Small Character Jug, Jane Seymour D6746||
|Wilkinson Ww2 Leaders Toby Jug, Gen. Douglas Macarthur||
|Worlds Fair Pottery George & Martha Washington Creamers||
|Sir Francis Drake D6805 - Large - Royal Doulton Character Jug||
- Cigarette Lighters
- Decorative Arts
- Jars & Tins
- Kitchenware, Cookware and Houseware
- Signs & Banners
- Tobacciana, Pipes and Cigar Boxes
- Large Character Jugs
- Royal Doulton
- Whitley’s Auctioneers
- World’s Fair Pottery
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