Four Staffordshire green glazed leaf dishes, circa 1760-65
Lot 28
Four Staffordshire green glazed leaf dishes, circa 1760-65
£1,100 - 1,500
US$ 1,800 - 2,500
amended
Lot Details
Four Staffordshire green glazed leaf dishes, circa 1760-65
All crisply moulded with serrated edges with a loop stalk forming a handle, one of small size moulded with flower sprigs in the body, 18.6cm long, one in the form of an oak leaf moulded with hanging acorns, 23.2cm long (chips), one moulded in the form of a cabbage leaf with a bird pecking at fruit perched within the veins, 28.3cm long, another in the form of a cabbage leaf moulded with three berries 26.2cm long (4)

Footnotes

  • A leaf dish moulded with a bird facing right, with brown and yellow glazes is in the Schrieber collection, illustrated by Bernard Rackham (1930) Vol.2, no.296, pl.43. A related black mould from Wedgwood's Etruria works is illustrated by Luxmore, pl.72. Unglazed shards of a leaf dish moulded with a bird facing left have been unearthed at Isleworth.

Saleroom notices

  • There is some damage and restoration not mentioned in the catalogue. A condition report is available.
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  1. John Sandon
    Specialist - British Ceramics
    Bonhams
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    United Kingdom
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