14 - 15 June 2016
This lot is offered without a reserve
THREE STAFFORDSHIRE SALT-GLAZED COLORED-GROUND STONEWARE TEAPOTS AND COVERS
Each with crabstock handles and spouts
4 ¾ in. (12.1 cm.) wide, the largest
Celia Hemming, London, by 1917 (blue pot with green spout).
Cyril Andrade, London, by 1924 (blue pot with green spout).
With Carleton Macy, New York, 1924-1934 (blue pot with green spout).
With Frank Stoner, Stoner, Stoner & Evans, London November or December, 1934 (other blue pot).
Gift of Carleton Macy, 1934 (both blue pots).
Gift of Mrs. Russell S.Carter. 1945 (iron-red pot).
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Hemming, On Staffordshire Salt-Glaze, Connoisseur, vol.47, no. XI, 1917, p. 217 (blue teapot with green spout).
Andrade, 'Astbury, Whieldon, Wood', Old English Pottery, London, 1924, no. 66.
This lot is offered without reserve.
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