Iron Red Enameled Creamware Teapot and Cover, England, c. 1765, probably Derbyshire, attributed to the Cockpit Hill potworks, ovoid shape with loop handle, floral knop and diamond pattern spout, large rose centering additional blooms, honeysuckle and foliage, and a single cherry, ht. 4 1/8 in.
Provenance: From the Troy Chappell Collection; Jonathan Horne.
Literature: Similar illustrated in Creamware, by Towner, illus. 39A.
Cover: heavily restored and discolored.
Pot: End of spout restored and discolored; scattered craze lines throughout glaze. Slight chip to inner rim.
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