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Sale IT196 Lot 522

TWO ENGLISH CREAMWARE POLYCHROME-DECORATED TEAWARES AND AN ENGLISH CREAMWARE VASE circa 1765-75, Leeds, Yorkshire, the coffee pot of pear shape, the high domed cover with flower finial, press-molded spout and entwined strap handles, enameled in the manner of The Leeds Pottery trading under Humble, Greens & Co. with a tight bouquet of roses, tulips and larkspur and scattered sprays, h: 9 in.; the cylindrical tea caddy with sloped shoulder, the associated cover with upright flower finial, enameled with a cabbage rose bouquet and flower sprays, h: 5 1/8 in.; the English waisted vase painted with a tight bouquet beneath an iron-red wavy line, possibly Liverpool, circa 1775, h: 3.5 in. (3)

Provenance: Leeds University Collection (the coffee pot and cover); With Bryan Smith, Pudsey, West Yorkshire, 5 October, 1988 (the coffee pot and cover); The Baltimore Collection, Litchfield Auction Gallery, Litchfield, CT, 28 April, 1988, sale 8807, lot 635 (the tea caddy with cover); Bonham's, London, n.d. (the vase); Estate of Tom and Lee Stanley English Creamware Collection

Literature: Troy Dawson Chappell, Northern Ceramic Society, "An
English Heritage: A Survey of Earthenware and Stoneware, Part II," TJ Metzgers: Toledo, 2016, p. 786, fig. 350 for a bowl painted in the manner of Leeds Pottery under Humble, Greens and Company.

Estimate $800-1,200

Sold for $550.00

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