THREE GRADUATED ENGLISH CREAMWARE MUGS
THREE GRADUATED ENGLISH CREAMWARE MUGS

1850-1910, THE TWO LARGEST ATTRIBUTED TO BOVEY TRACEY, DEVON, THE JUG TO LLANELLY POTTERY, WALES

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THREE GRADUATED ENGLISH CREAMWARE MUGS
1850-1910, THE TWO LARGEST ATTRIBUTED TO BOVEY TRACEY, DEVON, THE JUG TO LLANELLY POTTERY, WALES
Each banded in blue and centering a wide band decorated with dendritic 'trees', those of the quart mug on an apricot ground, those of the pint and half-pint mugs on taupe; together with a creamware tan-ground cylindrical pint jug and a pearlware rust-brown ground baluster jug similarly decorated, the pint mug and cylindrical jug with engraved assay marks, the baluster jug sprigged with an Imperial Standard seal, collection nos. 78, 63, 18, 42, & 86
6 in. (15.3 cm.) high, the quart tankard (5)
Provenance
with Rufus Foshee, Camden, Maine, 1985 (no. 86, the half-pint mug)
with the Lacquer Chest, London, 1986 (no. 63, the pint mug)
with Fiona & Bill Laidlaw, London, 1986 (no. 18, the cylindrical pint jug and no. 42, the baluster jug)
Sale room notice
These mugs and jugs all have Victorian assay marks and thus date to the second half of the 19th century.

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