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Sale IT196 Lot 500

WEDGWOOD CREAMWARE 'CHINTZ PATTERN' COFFEE POT AND COVER AND AN ENGLISH CREAMWARE' CHINTZ PATTERN' TEA CADDY circa 1770-75, Staffordshire, both probably painted in the workshop of David Rhodes, the coffee pot of pear shape, the domed cover with a hollow ball finial, the fluted spout with leafy terminals and reeded strap handle, enameled with detailed lozenges on a trellis pattern band, the central vertical ribbon seeded and flanked by ribbons, h: 10 in.; the octagonal tea caddy similarly enameled, the lozenges set on a cell pattern band, h: 5 in. (2)

Provenance: T. Murray Wragg Collection, Sotheby's London, 6 March, 1990, lot 239 (the coffee pot and cover); With Lindsay Grigsby, Richmond, VA, January 1990 (the
tea caddy); Estate of Tom and Lee Stanley English Creamware Collection

Literature: Donald Towner, "Creamware," Faber and Faber: London, 1978, p. 59 (the coffee pot and cover).
Estimate $3,000-5,000

Sold for $7,500.00


 
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