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Sale IT196 Lot 519

ENGLISH CREAMWARE IRON-RED GROUND COFFEE POT AND COVER AND A SIMILAR WASTE BOWL
circa 1765, Staffordshire, attributed to Thomas Whieldon, Fenton Vivian; the
coffee pot of pear shape, the lightly domed cover with flower finial, press-molded basketweave spout and entwined rope twist handle, the center enameled with cabbage roses within a quatrefoil cartouche reserved on a black and white diaper trellis ground, h: 6 7/8 in. (the interior of the waste bowl with an iron-red loop edge), dia: 5.75 in. (the waste bowl) (2)

Provenance: With Wynn A. Sayman, Richmond, MA, 11 November, 1993 (both); Estate of Tom and Lee Stanley English Creamware Collection

Exhibitions: Creamware and Pearlware, Stoke-on-Trent, 1986, cat.
no. 14 (the coffee pot and cover).

Literature: Compare: Tom Walford Collection, Bonham's, London, 18 December 2012, lot 67 for a similarly decorated milk-jug and tea bowl and saucer (group lot).
Estimate $2,000-3,000

Sold for $3,500.00


 
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