A large creamware mask jug, dated 1777
Lot 212
A large creamware mask jug, dated 1777
Sold for £875 (US$ 1,412) inc. premium

Lot Details
A large creamware mask jug, dated 1777
Possibly Yorkshire, of pear shape on a turned foot with a grooved handle, the spout formed as a lion's head with an open mouth, the body inscribed in blue 'John Osbaldeston 1777' within a floral scrollwork cartouche flanked by flower sprigs, with a diaper border to the rim, 27cm high (minor star crack and footrim chip)

Footnotes

  • Exhibited in the ECC exhibition 'Shipwrecks and Marriages', 2009. Illustrated by Lois Roberts, Dated in Blue (2011) p.21, pl.8. Roberts illustrates a second jug, of identical form also dated 1777.
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