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Sale IT209 Lot 2270

FOUR WEDGWOOD BONE CHINA TOPOGRAPHICAL DESSERT PLATES 1812-1816, iron-red printed uppercase marks, painted by John Cutts, each center painted with a landscape vignette with small figures in the foreground, identified on the reverse, including ‘Nottingham Castle’, ‘McDuff’s Castle Scotland’, ‘Clunie Aberdeenshire’ and ‘Chagford Devon’, within gilt line rims, dia: 8 1/8 in. (4)

Provenance: With Earl Buckman, Dallas, Texas, 2008, no. 4301 (clear labels).
Jeffrey Milkins Collection, no. 529.

Catalogue Note:
John Cutts (1771-1851) was formerly a landscape painter at the Pinxton factory in Derbyshire. He is first recorded painting first period bone china at Wedgwood in 1812. For a similar example see, Peter Williams, 'Wedgwood a Collector's Guide', p. 61, fig. 64.
Estimate $300-700

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