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A STAFFORDSHIRE GLAZED REDWARE TEAPOT AND COVER
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A STAFFORDSHIRE GLAZED REDWARE TEAPOT AND COVER

CIRCA 1745

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A STAFFORDSHIRE GLAZED REDWARE TEAPOT AND COVER
CIRCA 1745
Slip-cast seated, the howdah strapped on his back molded front and back with scenes of a standing camel beneath a palm, his long neck and head as the spout, the handle as a rolled loop
5½ in. (13.9 cm) high (2)
Provenance
With Guitel Montague, New York, 6 April 1936 (as Astbury).
W.B. Goodwin, collection no. 100.
Exhibited
Portland Museum of Art, loan no. 2.1983.81.
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For another teapot of this rare form with variant handle, see The Harriet Goldweitz Collection, Sotheby's, New York, 20 January 2006, lot 61 (the cover replaced).

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