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TWO STAFFORDSHIRE SALTGLAZE WHITE STONEWARE PICKLE DISHES, A FLUTED JELLY MOULD AND A MUSTARD-POT AND COVER
TWO STAFFORDSHIRE SALTGLAZE WHITE STONEWARE PICKLE DISHES, A FLUTED JELLY MOULD AND A MUSTARD-POT AND COVER

1745-1750

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TWO STAFFORDSHIRE SALTGLAZE WHITE STONEWARE PICKLE DISHES, A FLUTED JELLY MOULD AND A MUSTARD-POT AND COVER
1745-1750
One pickle dish triangular, moulded with trailing vine, one side with the crowned head of a woman, scallop shells at each angle; the other as a heart and originally from a set, the tip truncated to fit around a central dish, 4 in. wide; the tightly crimped circular mould with everted rim, 2 in. diameter; the mustard pot cylindrical with strap handle, the cover with knop finial, 3in. high (4)
Provenance
With Garry Atkins, London
With Wynn A. Sayman, Massachusetts (the jelly mould)
With Malcolm Magruder, Virginia (the mustard-pot and cover)

Lot Essay

For an enameled triangular pickle dish from the same mould, see The Herbert and Sylvia Jacobs Collection of 18th and Early 19th Century English Pottery, Christies New York, 24n January 1994, lot 34.
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