London, South Kensington
14 December 2000
A Staffordshire saltglaze white stoneware baluster teapot and cover attributed to Thomas and John Wedgwood, of octagonal section, press-moulded with panels of naturalistic and mythical beasts, circa 1750 -- 11cm. high; an English creamware two-handled tureen and cover, of spherical form, basketweave-moulded -- 16cm. high; two pearlware figures of a boy and a girl modelled standing with a dog and lamb in their arms, on square brown-line bases; and a pearlware oval meat dish (5)
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Cf. Arnold R. Mountford, The Illustrated Guide to Staffordshire Salt-glazed Stoneware (1971), pl. 96., for a similar teapot.
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