Unknown maker (L&C)large octagonal jar with classical motif designs on body and lid.
Original tobacco press is present. Condition poor - quite a few chips. 16cm high
A large jar modelled as a bundle of tied cheroots. Could be a Cheroot or a Tobacco Jar. Unknown maker in very good condition. 13cm high.
A pewter tobacco jar decorated with Oak leaves and bearing a monogram WR. Dedication and date inscribed on underside of base. In excellent condition. 12.5cm high.
Interesting design with historic references in the artwork. In excellent condition 10cm high.
Unmarked Tobacco Jar with moulded Dog, Pheasant, Fish and Country scenes on the body and a Hare as the lid handle. Glazed internally, 14cm high in excellent condition.
English unmarked Tobacco Jar in Chinese style with floral design and reclining girl modelled as lid handle. 13cm high in excellent condition.
In the Wedgewood style this glazed Copeland Tobacco Jar has it's internal press and is in excellent condition. 15cm high.
This very fine wooden Tobacco Jar probably dates from the 1800's. Small brass knob fixed with a wooden peg. There is a supporting wax button under the turned base. Some age related splits but good condition for age. 14cm high .
A lovely jar in the dutch style with rural images and characters smoking and drinking. Lid fits internally and held down by brass retainer.
13cm high in excellent condition.
This unmarked pottery tobacco jar is in the shape of a hat box and is in very good condition. Probably c.1900? stands 12cm high.
This smashing little tobacco jar in the form of a young coloured girl stands just 9cm high. Lid has been cracked and repaired but is in otherwise very good condition.
The rhyme on this jar starts " When all things were made none was made better than tobacco". 14cm high in very good condition apart from a repaired cracked in lid
Ceramic Black Girl with headscarfe design. 12cm high In excellent condition.
A lovely example of the Dalton's Slaters patent design tobacco jar. 14cm high with internal press, in great condition with just a few very small nibbles around the internal rim.
A bohemian tobacco jar by B.Bloch in the form of a young boy in tassled cap. 15cm high in lovely condition with small hardly noticeable hairline crack on cap.
A wonderful slipware tobacco jar featuring Old Tom and Old Milo figures on body and lid.
Date is impressed on body and the whole thing is in great condition. 13cm high
A Bohemian tobacco jar by B. Bloch. Stands
16.5 cm high and is in excellent condition
A Bohemian tobacco jar in the form of a Pastor or Churchman by B.Bloch. Stands 14 cm high and is in excellent condition.
A lovely Prattware tobacco jar with images of Musical Cats and Mice around the body. Stands 10cm high and is in lovely condition with a few nibbles around the top of the interior rim.
A tobacco jar in the popular Toby Jug form. Stands 11.5cm high and is in good condition.
Sarcophagus shaped cast iron tobacco jar with ceramic handle. Made to look like lead . c. 1790 - 1830 .
10 cm high x 12 x 7 cm it is in excellent condition
Eight sided lead jar with decorated panels and lion lid handle.
14cm high x 13 x 10 cm. Includes original lead press. c. 1700 - 1800 in very good condition
An eight side lead tobacco jar with Fleur De Lis decorated panels and handle.
11cm high x 10 x 7.5 cm c.1700 - 1800 .Slightly mis-shapen but in good condition overall.
A six sided cast iron tobacco jar in the form of a monumental pedestal with a Napoleonic Military figure on the lid (brass).
Stands 21cm high x 10cm across. Probably dates from around
1803 -1815. Original decoration long gone. In otherwise excellent condition.