London, South Kensington
4 June 2008
AN ENGLISH CREAMWARE GLOBULAR TEAPOT AND OTHER ITEMS
The creamware teapot decorated in overglaze enamels with flowers and geometric borders; a pearlware teapot enamelled in prattware colours with flowers; a saucer similar; a pearlware jug painted with bouquets of flowers on an orange ground; a pearlware D-shaped bough-pot; and two tureen stands
The teapot 4½ in. (11.4 cm.) high (8)
The Pratt-type teapot: Christie's South Kensington, 30 November 2006, lot 1813.
The bough-pot: Christie's South Kensington, The Old Vicarage, West Malling, Kent, 23 September 1998, lot 899.
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