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Sweetmeat Dish Ironstone, Gilded Peacock c1813-20

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Sweetmeat Dish Ironstone, Gilded Peacock c1813-20

Lot 0342 Details

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Form: Sweetmeat dish
Components: Hard Paste
Decoration: porcelain with cobalt blue underglaze with red and gold overglaze. Peacock, floral patterns with glaze and gilt.
Colors: Blue, Gold, White
Date: c.1813-20
Provenance: The estate of Arthur J. Connolly.
Size: 1"H x 7.5"W x 6"D
Weight: 1 lb
Condition: Light wear
History: Ironstone china, ironstone ware or most commonly just ironstone, is a type of vitreous pottery first made in the United Kingdom in late 18th-century. It is often classed as earthenware although in appearance and properties it is similar to fine stoneware. It was developed in the 19th century by potters in Staffordshire, England as a cheaper, mass-produced alternative for porcelain. Its name is derived from its notable strength and durability, and was closely associated with the company Mason's following their patent of 1813, with the name subsequently becoming generic. The strength of Mason's ironstone body enabled them to produce ornamental objects of considerable size including vestibule vases 5ft high.
Antique ironstone wares are collectable, and in particular items made by Mason's. Meta: Porcelain, Chinese Export, Masons Ironstone, Stoneware, Pottery, Wares, China, Crackleware, Earthenware, Ceramic, Crockery, Tableware
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Sweetmeat Dish Ironstone, Gilded Peacock c1813-20

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Feb 15, 2014
Starting Price $10
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Lot 0342 Details

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Form: Sweetmeat dish
Components: Hard Paste
Decoration: porcelain with cobalt blue underglaze with red and gold overglaze. Peacock, floral patterns with glaze and gilt.
Colors: Blue, Gold, White
Date: c.1813-20
Provenance: The estate of Arthur J. Connolly.
Size: 1"H x 7.5"W x 6"D
Weight: 1 lb
Condition: Light wear
History: Ironstone china, ironstone ware or most commonly just ironstone, is a type of vitreous pottery first made in the United Kingdom in late 18th-century. It is often classed as earthenware although in appearance and properties it is similar to fine stoneware. It was developed in the 19th century by potters in Staffordshire, England as a cheaper, mass-produced alternative for porcelain. Its name is derived from its notable strength and durability, and was closely associated with the company Mason's following their patent of 1813, with the name subsequently becoming generic. The strength of Mason's ironstone body enabled them to produce ornamental objects of considerable size including vestibule vases 5ft high.
Antique ironstone wares are collectable, and in particular items made by Mason's. Meta: Porcelain, Chinese Export, Masons Ironstone, Stoneware, Pottery, Wares, China, Crackleware, Earthenware, Ceramic, Crockery, Tableware

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