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Sale IT196 Lot 515

FOUR ENGLISH CREAMWARE FLORAL-DECORATED TEAWARES circa 1770, the Wedgwood teapot attributed to the workshop of David Rhodes, the others probably Leeds, including a Wedgwood globular teapot, the fitted
cover with pierced ball finial, acanthus-molded spout and entwined strap handle, enameled with a tight bouquet of cabbage roses, delphinium and tulips, h: 5.25 in.; a Leeds globular teapot, the fitted cover with flower finial, acanthus molded spout and entwined strap handle, enameled with a cabbage rose bouquet and
scattered flowers, the cover with two apples, h: 4.25 in.; a similarly painted pear-shaped hot milk jug and cover, the domed cover with upright flower finial, sparrow beak spout and entwined strap handle, trimmed with iron-red loops, h: 6 in.; and a pear-shaped cream jug with entwined strap handle and vertically ribbed lower section, enameled in iron-red, puce and green with a larkspur
spray, h: 4.75 in. (4)

Provenance: Sotheby's, London, 21 February 1989, lot 336 (the Wedgwood teapot and cover); With William Hockley Antiques, Petworth, West Sussex, 23 April, 1987, (the teapot and cover); With Andrew Dando, Bath, 15 April, 1987, (the hot milk jug and cover); The Baltimore Collection, Litchfield Auction Gallery,
Litchfield, CT, 28 April, 1988, sale 8807, (the cream jug); Estate of Tom and Lee Stanley English Creamware Collection
Estimate $500-1,000

Sold for $250.00

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