A creamware teapot and cover, a lead-glazed teapot and cover and a Jackfield coffee pot and cover, circa 1750
Lot 23
Two early Staffordshire teapots and covers and a Jackfield coffee pot and cover, circa 1745-55
Sold for £687 (US$ 1,155) inc. premium
Lot Details
Two early Staffordshire teapots and covers and a Jackfield coffee pot and cover, circa 1745-55
All supported by three paw feet and with bird finials, one teapot in dark brown lead-glazed pottery with cream-coloured tendrils growing from the cream handle, 10.4cm high (cover married, crack and chips), the other teapot and cover in creamware applied with fruiting vine, 12.2cm high (spout restuck, chips and minor losses), the black-glazed coffee pot and cover with elaborate applied reliefs picked out in gold, 23.5cm high (spout chipped, gilding worn) (6)

Footnotes

  • The creamware teapot is illustrated by Roger Massey, Understanding Creamware, Creamware and Pearlware Re-Visited (2005), p.16.
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  1. John Sandon
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