Winston Churchill Toby Jug Burgess & Leigh 1940 Burleigh Ware Et Bailey Mint 12"


Winston Churchill Toby Jug Burgess & Leigh 1940 Burleigh Ware Et Bailey Mint 12

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Winston Churchill Toby Jug Burgess & Leigh 1940 Burleigh Ware Et Bailey Mint 12":
$268



BURGESS & LEIGH TOBY JUG
A RARE COLLECTABLE
Burgess & Leigh Burleigh Ware Toby Jug by
E.T. Bailey, modelled as Winston Churchill dressed as
John Bull astride a Bulldog with a green plinth inscribed
"Bulldogs", BullDog draped in the Union Jack,
multi-coloured,red, white, blue then a tank peeking out below
with a green airplane, handle is made out of tank track.
The
base impressed John Bull, Churchill 1940.
Plus has the store hallmark.
Amazing detail bought and sold as a collectable.
Paint is crisp and clear, coming from a local Vegas estate.
No chips cracks or crazing.On the bottom side of this Toby
Jug/Mug/Stein it is Hallmarked E.T.B.seal states Burleigh
BD&L WARE
BURSLEM, ENGLAND
Measures approximately 12" high by 7" at the widest in diameter,
square bottom, is 4 3/4" square.

Winston Churchill Toby Jug Burgess & Leigh 1940 Burleigh Ware Et Bailey Mint 12":
$268

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