A creamware coffee pot and cover, circa 1775
Lot 51
A creamware coffee pot and cover, circa 1775
£700 - 900
US$ 1,200 - 1,500
Lot Details
A creamware coffee pot and cover, circa 1775
Possibly Newcastle, North Hylton Pottery, of pear shape with a moulded and entwined handle and pierced mushroom finial, gadrooned rims, painted in colours with 'The Music Lesson', a seated lady reading from sheet music accompanied by a standing flautist, the reverse with a group of houses, 22cm high (fine cracks) (2)


  • Illustrated by Tom Walford, Early Creamware from North East England, Creamware and Pearlware Re-Examined (2005), p 105, figs 36-38. The distinctive moulded grooves on the handle are similar to two mugs discussed by Walford, op cit, pp.102-106. One is lot 60 in this sale and the other is in the Willett Collection in Brighton. Both are attributed to the North East, the Willett mug bearing a depiction of a building broadly similar to Hylton Castle, owned by the Maling family. John Maling was the proprietor of the North Hylton Pottery.
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