Slipware pottery dish 18th century profusely decorated circa 1750

Slipware pottery dish 18th century profusely decorated circa 1750
Slipware pottery dish 18th century profusely decorated circa 1750 Slipware pottery dish 18th century profusely decorated circa 1750 Slipware pottery dish 18th century profusely decorated circa 1750
Offered by: John Howard at Heritage
Dealer reference: 0010

Description

Dated: 1750 England

This circular shape pottery dish has a pie crust edge and is slip decorated with squiggles, dots, dashes, and a central image of a bird. The detailed and delicate decoration is exceptional; the dish is probably Staffordshire and dates to the mid 18th century period.

Diameter: 9.5 inches

Current Condition: The dish is in three pieces, which have been museum repaired and stable. The profuse decoration significantly reduces the visual aspect of the repairs on this rare piece.

Provenance: Synge-Craven Collection England

Diameter: 9.50inch (24.13 cm)

Condition

The dish is in three pieces, which have been museum repaired and stable. The profuse decoration significantly reduces the visual aspect of the repairs on this rare piece.

Date

Circa 1750

Price

£2,750.00

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