A collection of early English pottery
Late 18th century
Including a blue and white Worcester shell tray, circa 1755, of 'The Two Peony Rock Bird' pattern, 12.5cm diam, a blue and white Worcester saucer, circa 1775-80, of 'The Mother and Child and Man Fishing' pattern, 12cm diam, a miniature Worcester jug and saucer, circa 1760, of 'The Prunus Root' pattern, the saucer 7.5cm diam, the jug 5.5cm high, a blue and white Worcester 'Three Flowers' pattern sparrow beak jug, circa 1770, with hashed crescent mark to underside, 8.5cm high, and a blue and white coffee can, possibly Christian, circa 1760, of 'The Prunus Root' pattern, 6.5cm high, a pearlware teabowl and saucer, circa 1790, with floral patterns and pink rim, saucer 13cm diam, teabowl 5cm high, two small taper sticks, the first possibly Coalport, with gilt branch patterns, 8cm high, and the second possibly Chamberlains, 7cm high, two fluted teabowls, possibly Lowestoft, decorated with iron red and gilt flowers and blue leaves, 8cm diameter, a fluted teacup and saucer, probably Worcester, with floral patterns, a saucer, two different-sized teacups, and a coffee cup, circa 1770, probably Worcester, of fluted shape, painted with floral sprays, a sparrow beak jug, possibly Lowestoft, decorated with three Chinese figures, with a bird in a cage above, 8cm high, and a twin-handled Chelsea Derby chocolate cup, circa 1765-70, decorated with floral sprays, 7cm high (20).
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