6 December 2004
A LIVERPOOL BLUE AND WHITE SILVER-SHAPED CREAM-JUG
CIRCA 1785, ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN AND JANE PENNINGTON'S FACTORY
Of flared baluster form, with foliage-moulded double-scroll handle, moulded and painted with flowers on a gadrooned circular foot painted with two flower-sprays (slight staining to rims and handle)
4¾ in. (12 cm.) high
Pinewood Collection, sale Phillips, 31st October, 2001, lot 116.
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Cf. Bernard Watney 'Fragments from Liverpool: The Pennington Manufactories', E.C.C. Transactions, Vol. 15, pt. 2, figs. 26 & 27.
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