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Sale IT196 Lot 516

THREE WEDGWOOD CREAMWARE RETICULATED WARES AND AN ENGLISH CREAMWARE RETICULATED EGG CUP late 18th Century, Staffordshire, the Wedgwood strainer or egg drainer of shallow circular form with rope twist handles, the center pierced with a crisscross dot matrix and lozenges within an enameled puce and green berried vine and puce line rim, dia: 4.5 in.; the egg cup with rouletted rim and pierced dot and star registers above a narrow stem and stepped circular foot, h: 2.75 in.; the Wedgwood reticulated plate, impressed uppercase mark and cyphers, pattern no. G4062X, enameled in puce with a central floral spray within flower garlands and an intricately pierced border and puce line rim, dia: 9.5 in.; and the Wedgwood pierced footed oval two-handled serving bowl and stand, 19th Century, impressed uppercase mark and 855, blue painter's mark, in the neoclassical taste, the reticulated arched gallery above a gilt and blue husk band, on a conforming stand, gilt line rims, w: 10 in. (the bowl) and w: 11 in. (the stand) (4)

Provenance: Donald C. Towner, Sotheby & Co., London, February 13, 1968, lot 26 (the strainer); Mr. and Mrs. David E. Zeitlin (the strainer); The Herbert and Sylvia Jacobs Collection, no. 444, Christie's, New York, 30 January, 1994, sale 7826, lot 63 (the strainer); Horst Auctions, Ephrata, PA (the egg cup); Estate of Tom and Lee Stanley English Creamware Collection

Literature: 'La Faience Fine de Couleur Crème', Cahiers de la
cèramique, no. 10, fig 8 (the strainer).
Troy Dawson Chappell, Northern Ceramic Society, "An
English Pottery Heritage: A Survey of Earthenware and Stoneware 1630-1800, Part II," TJ Metzgers: Toledo, 2016, p. 807, fig. 360 (the strainer).
Estimate $400-600

Sold for $475.00

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