Two creamware centrepieces
Lot 144
Two Leeds creamware centrepieces, circa 1780-90
Sold for £750 (US$ 1,260) inc. premium
Lot Details
Two Leeds creamware centrepieces, circa 1780-90
One modelled with four scalloped shells with mask terminals, surmounted by a female figure upon a short plinth, 18.2cm high, the other large 'Grand Plat Menage' formed of a central column, with four scroll work arms with fixed diamond pierced baskets and shells upon a circular base, 35cm high (some damages) (2)


  • A large Grand Plat Menage attributed to Leeds of identical form is illustrated by Donald Towner, Creamware (1978) p.140, pl.69. A closely related one is illustrated by Peter Walton, Temple Newsam House (1976) p.121, pl.461
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