Six various creamware veilleuses and a food warmer, circa 1774-1800
Lot 110
Six various creamware veilleuses and a food warmer, late 18th-early 19th century
Sold for £600 (US$ 1,008) inc. premium
Lot Details
Six various creamware veilleuses and a food warmer, late 18th-early 19th century
All of cylindrical shape mostly with patterned piercing, comprising a Wedgwood example surmounted with a teapot, 29.8cm high, impressed 'WEDGWOOD', one with a candle holder and cover, 26.5cm high, one with an acorn finial, 26.3cm high, one possibly Yorkshire moulded with two female heads, 23cm high, incised 5, one with double entwined handles with two moulded lion masks, 16.7cm high, and one of plain shape without piercing with a flower finial, 25.5cm high, the food warmer, of circular shape with double entwined handles, 27.4cm wide (20)

Footnotes

  • The Wedgwood shape appears on pl.11, Design 57 in Wedgwood's first Queens Ware catalogue, 1774. The sixth veilleuse mentioned was exhibited in the NCS exhibition 'Creamware and Pearlware' (1986) p.78, pl.72
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