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Sale IT196 Lot 518

GROUP OF ENGLISH CREAMWARE SERVING AND USEFUL WARES
mid-to-late 18th Century, most Leeds or Wedgwood, the pierced bowl impressed LEEDS, including a leaf-form asparagus horn, l: 6 in.; a melon-form butter mold, l: 6.75 in.; a pierced navette-shaped two-handled bowl and cover, w: 10 in.; a sauceboat with entwined handle, l: 6 in.; a tea strainer/egg drainer with pierced design, dia: 2.75 in.; a tea bowl, h: 1.75 in.; a Wedgwood 'twig' basket, w: 9.25 in.; a Wedgwood 'Etruscan' pattern egg-and-dart black-trimmed basket with twisted bail handle, w: 5 in.; and an artichoke-form pot de creme and cover, h: 3 in. (9)

Provenance: With Wynn A. Sayman, Richmond, MA, 18 November, 1994 (the leaf-shaped server); With Swan Antiques, Cranbrook, Kent, England, 27 April, ?, (the melon butter-mold); With Tiller & King, New York, 19 December, 1985 (the tureen and cover); Skinner's Auction, Bolton, MA, 14 August, 1987 (the sauceboat, the tea strainer and the tea bowl); With James II Galleries, 17 December, 1986 (the twig basket); London, April 1987, (the bail-handled basket); Phillips, London, 6 September, 1989, sale 27,838, lot 190, (the pot de creme and cover); Estate of Tom and Lee Stanley English Creamware Collection
Estimate $300-500

Sold for $325.00


 
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