Spotted thes items in auctions; pm me if you are interested in details; I'm not making anything out of this, just trying to help:
'SMA' STILL' ROBERT BURNS CERAMIC 1 small ceramic flagon bottle of 'Sma' Still' Pure Scotch Whisky by William Gillies & Co 249 Argyll St Glasgow. Verse of Robert Burns' Auld Lang Syne imprinted on ceramic with image of dancing highlander. Stopper cork seal. Bottled circa very early 20th century. From a local Glasgow family who believe it to have been bottled for the centenary of Burns' death in 1896. Red wax seal has corroded due to age. Level is audibly around the middle of the bottle. A wonderful and curious piece of Scottish history.
Treacle glazed folk art pot with scrolling handles & relief pattern birds, flowers approx. 34H (not shown) & a Newcastle flagon
An Ernest Butler Wine Merchants of Banbury Flagon and a similar Hunt Edmunds and Co plus a Stoneware Belcher and Habgood Ltd Abingdon Flagon, a John A Elkington of Buckingham Stoneware Flagon and two others
A late 19th century three gallon stoneware flagon with printed suppliers name: Chamberlain & Sons Wine & Spirit Merchants, Cardiff.
A late 19th century five gallon stoneware flagon with impressed suppliers name: W Thorburn 10, Rood Lane, London.
A late 19th century brown stoneware ovoid shape six gallon flagon with impressed suppliers name: T Watts, Fareham...
A late 19th century brown stoneware ovoid shape two gallon flagon with impressed suppliers name: T Watts, Fareham
A late 19th century local quarter gallon stoneware flagon: F Marshall, Wareham together with three glass Lemonade bottles, a green glass Beer bottle by Strong & Co., Wareham and a later stoneware flagon.
That's all for now folks:)