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ENGLISH STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY PEARLWARE PEAFOWL TEAWARE

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ENGLISH STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY PEARLWARE PEAFOWL TEAWARE

Lot 0111 Details

Description
ENGLISH STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY PEARLWARE PEAFOWL TEAWARE ARTICLES, LOT OF THREE, comprising a tea bowl and saucer, painted with blue and ocher bands above a fanciful peafowl nestled among stylized branches, within blue-green-sponged foliage, another foliate cluster to the verso and within the well of the tea bowl; and another saucer, slightly paler in hue. Unmarked. Circa 1800-1820. 2 3/16" H, the teabowl; 5 1/8" DOA, the saucers.
Published: George and Mickey Deike - Feathers and Foliage, p.80, fig. 5.32.
Provenance: From the personal collection of George and Mickey Deike.

Condition
Very good condition, the first, with a short hairline to the teabowl rim, and very light crazing and signs of being stacked in the kiln, with two hairlines to the saucer and a small chip to the footrim; the second saucer with a tiny shallow chip to the rim, and minor acreta from kiln stacking.
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ENGLISH STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY PEARLWARE PEAFOWL TEAWARE

Estimate $80 - $120
Apr 14, 2015
Starting Price $40
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0111: ENGLISH STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY PEARLWARE PEAFOWL TEAWARE

Sold for $100
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Est. $80 - $120Starting Price $40
April 14, 2015: 18th & 19th Century Ceramics
Tue, Apr 14, 2015 9:30 AM EDT
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Lot 0111 Details

Description
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ENGLISH STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY PEARLWARE PEAFOWL TEAWARE ARTICLES, LOT OF THREE, comprising a tea bowl and saucer, painted with blue and ocher bands above a fanciful peafowl nestled among stylized branches, within blue-green-sponged foliage, another foliate cluster to the verso and within the well of the tea bowl; and another saucer, slightly paler in hue. Unmarked. Circa 1800-1820. 2 3/16" H, the teabowl; 5 1/8" DOA, the saucers.
Published: George and Mickey Deike - Feathers and Foliage, p.80, fig. 5.32.
Provenance: From the personal collection of George and Mickey Deike.

Condition
...
Very good condition, the first, with a short hairline to the teabowl rim, and very light crazing and signs of being stacked in the kiln, with two hairlines to the saucer and a small chip to the footrim; the second saucer with a tiny shallow chip to the rim, and minor acreta from kiln stacking.

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Mt. Crawford, VA 22841
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