Sale IT196 Lot 502
ENGLISH CREAMWARE PALE GREEN AND MAUVE GROUND DOUBLE WALLED CONFECTIONARY DESSERT BOWL AND RETICULATED COVER
circa 1770, probably Yorkshire, the domed cover with large flower finial, the border pierced with three rows of hexagons interrupted by three half circle mons pierced with a radiating pattern, the shallow bowl enriched with trellis banding, dia: 5 3/8 in. (the stand)
Provenance: Sotheby's, New York, 27 January, 1988 (as Staffordshire); Estate of Tom and Lee Stanley English Creamware Collection
Literature: For a paper on Ling Long in Yorkshire, see Tom Walford, E.C.C. Trans, Vol. 20, Pt. 1, pp. 161-166. Two similar double-walled bowls are in the York Museum and at the Winterthur Museum, Delaware. For a teapot and cover and an extensive note regarding the location of other wares from this series, see The Tom Walford Collection, Bonham's, London, 18 December 2012, lot 105. For further details, reference the paper by Pat Halfpenny, then Director of Winterthur, 'Worthy of the Connoisseur's Greatest Care.' A double-walled bowl illustrated and noted as Staffordshire. Also see Troy Dawson Chappell, Northern Ceramic Society, "An English Heritage: A Survey of Earthenware and Stoneware 1630-1800, Part II," TJ Metzgers: Toledo, 2016, p. 788, fig. 351, for a related milk-pot (as possibly Yorkshire).
Sold for $2,250.00