A green glazed basket and stand, a similar saltglaze basket and stand and a creamware stand, circa 1760-70
Lot 21
A Staffordshire green glazed basket and stand, a similar saltglaze basket and stand and a creamware stand, circa 1755-65
£900 - 1,100
US$ 1,400 - 1,700

Lot Details
A Staffordshire green glazed basket and stand, a similar saltglaze basket and stand and a creamware stand, circa 1755-65
The baskets and stands of similar form with scrolled handles and everted rims, the sides and the borders of the stands pierced with latticework all moulded with florets at the intersections, the green glazed basket left blind just below the rim, stand 25.6cm wide (stand chipped, basket restored), the saltglaze basket pierced below the rim, stand 25.7cm wide (stand broken, fine crack to rim of basket), the circular creamware stand of the same design with a pierced lattice border, 26cm diam (5)

Footnotes

  • Both baskets and stands are illustrated by Diana Edwards, The influence of Saltglazed Stoneware on Creamware, Creamware and Pearlware Re-Examined (2005), figs.28 and 29, p.159. In 1765 Queen Charlotte ordered six green fruit baskets from Wedgwood, see Rosalie Sharp, Ceramics Ethics and Scandal (2002), p.20 where a similar example is illustrated.
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