Two coffee pots and covers
Lot 89
Two creamware coffee pots and covers, circa 1770-75
Sold for £1,625 (US$ 2,729) inc. premium
Lot Details
Two creamware coffee pots and covers, circa 1770-75
Of pear shape with domed covers, one with an acorn finial and crossed handle with flower and leaf terminals picked out in green, yellow and blue, painted in red and black with a fancy bird, the reverse with a flower spray, 22.6cm high, the other with a grooved strap handle and flower finial, painted with a lady holding a bunch of flowers within a black and red scrolled border, the reverse with a group of buildings, 23.2cm high (both restored) (4)


  • Provenance: The first mentioned pot from the Donald Towner Collection. Illustrated by Donald Towner, Creamware (1978), p 131 where the decoration is attributed to J Robinson
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