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    Sale 5395

    The Sunday Sale - Property from the Collection of the Late J.S.Goddard, removed from Camp Hill, Baldwin Estate, Staffordshire

    20 January 2008, London, South Kensington

  • Lot 210

    A STAFFORDSHIRE CREAMWARE HEXAGONAL TEAPOT AND COVER

    CIRCA 1760, PROBABLY THOMAS WHIELDON

    Price Realised  

    A STAFFORDSHIRE CREAMWARE HEXAGONAL TEAPOT AND COVER
    CIRCA 1760, PROBABLY THOMAS WHIELDON
    From a block-mould by William Greatbatch, with rectangular panels of Oriental figures at various pursuits against a fretted geometric pattern ground, the shoulders with scrolls and Chinoiserie fretwork, the fluted spout with ozier-pattern and elongated geometric panels, the finial formed as a griffin, recumbent, the scroll handle with a biting serpent terminal, enriched in a typical palette of green, ochre, brown and grey glazes
    6 in. (15.2 cm.) high


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    William Greatbatch and Thomas Whieldon are two of the best known potters of the late 18th century and great exponents of this 'tortoiseshell' glaze.

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