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Rare and Important Creamware Baluster-form Jug

Auction:
2134
Lot:
519
Sold for:
$50,600$44,000

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Auction:
Sale #2134 - 2134
Location:
Bolton
Date / Time :
October 28, 2001 10:00AM

Description:

Rare and Important Creamware Baluster-form Jug, Britain, c. 1810, banded in ochre, rust, and dark brown with massive dipped fans in marbled white, brown, and rust slip, the handle with foliate terminals, (minor chips), ht. 9 1/2 in. Provenance: Sold as Lot #1, Skinner Americana Sale #1274, October, 1989.! Literature: "Mocha Ware," Jonathan Rickard, The Magazine Antiques, August, 1993; Kitchen Ceramics, Slesin, Rozenstroich & Cliff, Abbeville Press, 1997; A Collector's History of English Pottery, Griselda Lewis, The Antique Collectors' Club, Fifth Revised Edition, 1999.! Exhibitions: Mocha Mania, The Dewitt Wallace Gallery, Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia, 1993-94; The Turner's Art, The Jones Museum of Glass and Ceramics, Douglas Hill, Maine 1996; Rhode Island Collects Ceramics, Rhode Island School of Design Museum, 1997.
Estimate $10,000-15,000

Keywords

Ceramics, Britain, Griselda Lewis, Antique Collectors' Club, Jonathan Rickard, Abbeville Press, Rhode Island, Virginia, Rhode Island School of Design, Douglas Hill, Jones Museum of Glass, Mania, Design Museum, Dewitt Wallace Gallery, Colonial Williamsburg, Maine, Ceramic, Creamware, DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum, Mocha Island, Ochre, Pottery