A rare white saltglazed bourdaloue and a creamware bourdaloue, circa 1760-1780
Lot 9
A rare white saltglaze bourdaloue and a creamware bourdaloue, circa 1760 and 1780
Sold for £562 (US$ 952) inc. premium
Lot Details
A rare white saltglaze bourdaloue and a creamware bourdaloue, circa 1760 and 1780
The saltglaze example with a broad strap handle, scrolled at the lower terminal, 26cm long (chips), the creamware example with an everted rim and a strap handle grooved at the rim, 26.5cm long (2)

Footnotes

  • The saltglazed example is illustrated by Diana Edwards and Rodney Hampson, White Saltglazed Stoneware (2005), p.38, pl. 25b. It was exhibited in the English Stonewares exhibition, Stoke-on-Trent Museum 1982.
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