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Sale IT196 Lot 523

GROUP OF ENGLISH CREAMWARE BLACK AND MONOCHROME GREEN OR PUCE DECORATED DESSERT WARES circa 1770-80, Yorkshire or Derbyshire and Staffordshire, including a two-handled confectionary dessert bowl, cover and stand with large carnation finial and rope twist handles, decorated with scrolling foliage, w: 6.5 (the oval stand); a creamware silver-shape ladle, the pierced bowl interspersed with foliage, l: 7 in.; a creamware 'crown' reticulated lobed oval confectionary dessert stand, traditionally attributed to Melbourne Pottery, w: 10 in.; a creamware leaf-molded oval dish, the edge shaded in puce, traditionally attributed to Melbourne Pottery, w: 9.25 in.; and a Wedgwood Staffordshire green and black decorated 'shell and seaweed' plate, dia: 7.5 in. (5)

Provenance: With Kenneth Foord, Bognor Regis, West Sussex, England, 23 April 1985 (the lobed stand); With Gina Antiques, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England, 8 June, 1990 (the Wedgwood plate); 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 1630-1800, Part II," TJ Metzgers, Toledo, 2016, p. 770, fig 342 (the lobed stand as probably Yorkshire).
For comparable, see the Tom Walford Collection, Bonham's, London, 18 December 2012, lot 146 and lot 148 (the lobed stand and the leaf-molded dish [in green], listed as 'Melbourne type').
Estimate $800-1,200

Sold for $1,000.00

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