Three White Salt-glazed Stoneware Dishes
- Sold for:
- European Furniture & Decorative Arts - 2888B
- Date / Time :
- April 08, 2016 10:00AM
Three White Salt-glazed Stoneware Dishes, England, mid-18th century, probably Staffordshire, each press-molded, a plate with scalloped rim and border decorated with moths, flowers, foliage, and basketweave, dia. 9 1/8; a dessert plate allover punctuated with dotted ground, scalloped rim, and border decorated with fruit hanging from interwoven vines, dia. 8 5/8; and a deep dish with pierced panel border to an alternating basket, star and diaper pattern framed within scrolled vines, dia. 9 3/4 in.
Provenance: Moth plate ex Price Glover; fruit plate ex Ginsburg & Levy; deep dish ex Stair.
Literature: Moth plate with identical illustrated in Salt-glazed Stoneware in Early America, by Skerry and Hood, p. 237, pattern Q1; fruit plate with identical illustrated in If These Pots Could Talk, by N. Hume, fig. IX.32(a); deep dish with identical illustrated in A Collector's History of English Pottery, by Lewis, p. 76.
Moth plate: Slight glaze abrasion to rim.
Fruit plate: Several rim chips poorly repaired.
Deep dish: In very good condition throughout.
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