Seven Staffordshire Underglazed Creamware Items, England, 18th century, brown sponge-decorated tea bowl and saucer, dia. 4 5/8; mottled brown pierced fruit bowl, dia. 7 3/8; molded and pierced oval fruit dish, lg. 11; soup plate with dot, diaper, and basketweave border, dia. 9 1/2; feather edge plate, dia. 8 1/4; dot, diaper, and basketweave plate, dia. 9 3/8; and rice pattern plate, dia. 9 3/4 in.
The Spak Collection of Wedgwood sold to benefit the Florida International Uni
Tea bowl and saucer: Bowl with slightest rim chip; saucer with several heavy glaze scratches.
Fruit bowl: In very good condition throughout.
Fruit dish: Front rim with 3/8" chip and slight nick; backside with shallow 1/4" chip; 1 3/4" rim hairline; a 2" rim piece broken off and simply reglued.
Soup plate: Several slight rim chips repaired; large hairline restored.
8 1/4" plate: Two restored rim hairlines.
9 3/8" plate: Light and scattered surface abrasions.
9 3/4" plate: Large hairline restored.
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