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Two Whiteware Pint Mugs

Auction:
2134
Lot:
520
Sold for:
$115$100

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

Description:

Two Whiteware Pint Mugs, made for use in British pubs and markets, c. 1900, the first banded in tan, blue, and black, with black mocha tree-like markings, and a curved extruded handle, with a sand-blasted capacity verification mark indicating its manufacture during the reign of Edward VII, (1901-1910); the second banded in olive, blue, and black, also with dendritic markings, with a press-molded angular handle, (large chip near the rim, small spot of glaze loss opposite), each ht. 5 in. Literature: The second example is in The Makers of Dip't, Banded, Colour'd and Mocha Wares, Jonathan Rickard, Brandywine River Museum Antiques Show 1995 catalogue.
Estimate $200-300

Keywords

Edward VII, Jonathan Rickard, Pottery