London, South Kensington
4 June 2008
A GROUP OF ENGLISH BROWN GLAZED AND GILT POTTERY
EARLY TO MID-19TH CENTURY, IMPRESSED WILSON MARK TO SUGAR-BOWL
Comprising: two teapots, a key-pattern sugar-bowl and cover, a baluster jug, a candlestick and a flared vase, a hot-milk jug and cover with stylised petals and a cylindrical tobacco jar, stand and a metal cover decorated with key-pattern, all reserved on a lustrous brown ground
The tobacco jar and cover 7¼ in. (18.3 cm.) high overall (14)
with Kenneth Neame.
The teapot: Christie's South Kensington, 30 November 2006, lot 1813.
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