13th Jul, 2024 9:30 GMT/BST

Summer Fine Sale

 
  Lot 35
 

35

A Creamware Teapot and Cover, circa 1760, with flowerhead finial, entwined handle and leaf-moulded spout, painted with an exotic bird amongst foliage
13cm high
A Similar Teapot and Cover, painted with flowersprays and scattered sprigs
12.5cm high (4)

Provenance: Aurea Carter

Not Sold

 

Pot with bird decoration - handle, spout end, knop and cover rim with over spray restoration. Crack to the rim of the pot. Heavily crazed and with some enamel flaking.

Floral pot - cover broken and restored, with rim chips, chips to top and inner rim of the main pot. Spout with over spray restoration. Abrasions to the glaze on the handle.

 


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Auction: Summer Fine Sale, 13th Jul, 2024

The Summer Fine Sale offers nearly 450 lots of ceramics, Asian art, clocks, rugs, works of art and furniture, including a collection of 19th century Terracotta Campagna Urns from Raby Castle, County Durham, a Lock of Florence Nightingale's Hair, and a French Alabaster Figure Group of the Holy Family, probably made in South West France in the late 14th century. A Private Collection of English Pottery will be offered in twenty-three lots, including numerous Prattware and Creamware figures, and the sale will also include pieces of fine 19th century furniture and good early oak and walnut furniture.

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