17 April 2000
A English delft polychrome cylindrical mug with flared foot
Circa 1730, probably London
With flat strap handle with blue-dash ornament, the flared foot with stylised lappets, the body painted in blue, green and iron-red with schematic boulders and flowers beneath a border of iron-red and green flowerheads flanked by blue foliage (slight crack to body, minor flaking to handle and rims)
4 in. (10 cm.) high
Anon., sale Sotheby's, 9 January 1968, lot 45 (part).
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Cf. F.H. Garner and Michael Archer, English Delftware (1972), pl. 56A.
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