14 - 15 June 2016
PROPERTY OF THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART, SOLD TO BENEFIT THE ACQUISITIONS FUND
This lot is offered without a reserve
A STAFFORDSHIRE SALT-GLAZED FIGURE OF A DANCING MAN, A TEAPOT AND COVER AND A GROUP OF A EWE AND LAMB
Cyril Andrade, London, by 1924 (the teapot).
With Louis Penson, New York (the teapot).
Gift of Carleton Macy, 1934 (the teapot).
J. Henry Griffith, London (the man).
Cecil Baring, Lord Revelstoke, London (the man).
Gift of Mrs. Russell S. Carter, 1944 (the man).
Anonymous Gift, 1950 (the lamb).
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Andrade, “Astbury, Whieldon, Ralph Wood”, Old English Pottery, London, 1924, no. 57 (the teapot).
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