Two teapots and covers, a teabowl and saucer and a creamjug, all red scale patterns
Lot 67
Two creamware teapots and covers, a teabowl and saucer and a milk jug, circa 1765-70
Sold for £2,000 (US$ 3,361) inc. premium
Lot Details
Two creamware teapots and covers, a teabowl and saucer and a milk jug, circa 1765-70
The teapots of globular form, one painted with flowers in black and red, reserved on a red scale ground, 13cm high (restored, chipped and worn), the other naively painted all over with red scales, 12cm high (cover broken, spout chipped), the teabowl and saucer and milk jug Staffordshire, possibly Whieldon, with floral panels reserved on a red ground painted with a diaper pattern in white and black, jug 8.3cm, saucer 12.2cm (jug restored) (7)

Footnotes

  • A fragment of similar design to the teabowl and saucer and milk jug was found on the Whieldon site at Fenton Vivian. A matching coffee pot and cover was in the NCS Creamware and Pearlware Exhibition 1986 , p.67, no. 14.
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  1. John Sandon
    Specialist - British Ceramics
    Bonhams
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