10 - 11 June 2008
This lot is offered without a reserve
A GROUP OF STAFFORDSHIRE LUSTRE-DECORATED CREAM AND PEARLWARES,
comprising a pair of saytr-mask jugs; a jug molded with General Hill and Lord Wellington between flags; a plaque printed with equestrian portrait of General Garibaldi; and a sponged pink luster jug and footed circular salt; together with a Wedgwood pearlware shell-form dish
The plaque 9½in. (24cm.) long (7)
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