Four creamware jugs and a mug, circa 1780-1820
Lot 194
Four creamware printed jugs and a mug, circa 1780-1820
Sold for £1,375 (US$ 2,300) inc. premium
Lot Details
Four creamware printed jugs and a mug, circa 1780-1820
Comprising, a mug inscribed in brown 'May Britains true, Their Rights pursue, And e'er espouse the Cause. Of Church and King, And ev'ry Thing. That constitutes their Laws' 12cm, another in black inscribed 'Beauty, Like ice our footing Does Betray.....', signed J. Poulton, Sculpt.', 9cm, a mug inscribed 'Consider Man thy Glass runs out...', 12cm, a Wedgwood mug printed with the Great Horn, 15.2cm, impressed WEDGWOOD, and a jug printed in red with Princess Charlotte, 12.7cm (some cracks and chips) (5)

Footnotes

  • The J Poulton mug was in the ECC Creamware and Pearlware Exhibition, 1986, no.117. The verse on the mug was written by the poet John Dryden.
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  1. John Sandon
    Specialist - British Ceramics
    Bonhams
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