London, South Kensington
27 June 2002
A Liverpool globular teapot and cover
Circa 1765, probably Richard Chaffers & Co.
Painted in the famille rose palette with flowering peony issuing from rockwork (cover with small rim chip, spout chipped, some light fritting)
5¼in. (13.5cm.) high
A Lowestoft blue and white teabowl and saucer printed with moths amongst flowers; another printed with the 'Fence' pattern; two Pennington's teabowls and saucers; and a white and gilt Worcester jug (some damage) (6)
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