A teapot and cover and jug, all with sailor prints
Lot 192
A creamware teapot and cover and a Wedgwood jug, circa 1770-75
£800 - 1,000
US$ 1,200 - 1,600

Lot Details
A creamware teapot and cover and a Wedgwood jug, circa 1770-75
Printed in black, the globular teapot printed with a sailing ship, the reverse with a sailor offering a glass to a lady, the cover with two moths, 13.4cm high (some damage), the Wedgwood baluster jug printed with 'POOR JACK', the reverse with gentleman drinking punch, 18cm (3)

Footnotes

  • An identical jug is illustrated by David Drakard, Printed English Pottery (1992) p.122, no.337. The print on the reverse appears on a mug impressed 'Wedgwood & Co.', illustrated by Drakard, p.86, no.218.
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