THREE ENGLISH MOCHAWARE MUGS AND A JUG
THREE ENGLISH MOCHAWARE MUGS AND A JUG

MID-19TH CENTURY

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THREE ENGLISH MOCHAWARE MUGS AND A JUG
Mid-19th century
Each decorated with dendritic 'trees', comprising a creamware pint mug and quart tankard identically banded in sky blue and taupe slip and sprigged with the corresponding Imperial crowned ribbon assay mark, and a pearlware baluster jug and mug, each banded in blue and brown slip and sprigged with variant assay marks, collection nos. 95, 3, 136, & 141
6 in. (15.3 cm.) high, the quart mug; 5 in. (12.8 cm.) high, the pint mugs (4)
Provenance
with Bardith, Ltd., New York, 1987 (no. 3, the quart mug)
with Bayley's Gallery, Princes Arcade, London, 1988 (no. 95, the tan pint mug)
with R.A. Barnes, London, 1999, (no. 141, the quart jug)
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