Two Tin-glazed Earthenware Tiles
- Sold for:
- European Furniture & Decorative Arts - 2888B
- Date / Time :
- April 08, 2016 10:00AM
Two Tin-glazed Earthenware Tiles, England, c. 1765, probably Liverpool, each iron red printed and with rococo frames, one attributed to John Sadler printshop with depiction of a figural landscape, the one man and dog gesturing to the two women and a man with bagpipes; a depiction of a Turkish merchant gesturing to a servant, attributed to the partnership of Sadler and Green, 5 x 5 in.
Provenance: Mr. Louis L. Lipski collection.
Literature: Similar illustrated in English Delftware Tiles, by Ray, plate 67, illus. 656 (figural landscape) and plate 75, illus. 740 (merchant); merchant tile also illustrated in Ceramics in America - 2001, by Chipstone, p. 204, fig. 33.
Figural landscape: numerous small edge chips to glaze.
Merchant: numerous small edge chips to glaze.
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