Kishere - "Moatlake"

Jug: panels with cupid’s procession and classical figures, large tree, windmill 1.
Impressed "Kishere Moatlake"
Hallmarked 1803
Height 210mm
Private collection
This is only the second marked baluster shaped jug so far recorded

Panel with two boors, trees, hunt.
Windmill 1
Impressed "Kishere Moatlake"
Height 195mm
Private Collection.

Jug: panels with cupid's procession and classical figures, trees, hunt.
Windmill 1
Impressed "Kishere Moatlake"
Height 195mm
Bimson collection (lot 34b).

Jug: panel with seated toper, bull, tree, hunt (male riders).
No windmill
Impressed "Kishere Moatlake"
Private collection

Jug: hunting scene
Impressed "Kishere Moatlake"
Museum of London & private collections.
RH177 = H&H 40B
Normally without windmill but specimen observed with windmill 1

Jug: hunting scene, agricultural trophy
185mm, 3 pints?
Impressed "Kishere Moatlake"
No windmill.
Private collection

Jug: panels with cock on dungheap and cupid with birds nest, hunt
Windmill 1
Impressed "Kishere Moatlake"
Height 210mm = 4 pints
Private collection

Tobacco jar: panels with punch party and classical figures, hunt, trees
Impressed "Kishere Moatlake"
Height 135mm
Private collection.
This is most probably the specimen (ex Hill collection) illustrated as H&H 54 & O, H & H 27

Tobacco Jar: panels with Toby and boors drinking, agricultural trophies, hunt.
Impressed "Kishere Moatlake"
Victoria & Albert Museum &
private collection.
RH 167 = H&H37A

Tobacco jar: panels with Toby, agricultural trophies, hunt.
Impressed "Kishere Moatlake"
Private collection

Tobacco jar: topers, hunt
Impressed "Kishere Moatlake"
Height 100mm
Private collection

Tankard: vine leaves and panel with arms of the Brewers Company. Dated 1830.
Impressed "Kishere Moatlake"
Brighton Museum
H&H 19

Beaker: tree, topers
Impressed "Kishere Moatlake"
Museum of London (ref P492)
and private collection

Goblet: cherubs
Impressed "Kishere Moatlake"
Mortlake Church
H&H C10

 

Abbreviation Publication details
H&H Howarth & Hildyard, Joseph Kishere & the Mortlake Potteries (Antique Collectors' Club, 2004)
RH Robin Hildyard, Browne Muggs (Victoria & Albert Museum, 1985)
O, H&H Oswald, Hildyard & Hugues, English Brown Stoneware 1670-1900 (Faber and Faber,1982)
WR G. Woolliscroft Rhead, The Earthenware Collector (Herbert Jenkins, 1920)