Three Staffordshire Redware Items, England, mid-18th century, two teapots, a barrel shape with sprigging on one side of sheep grazing, the reverse with a floral motif, ht. 2 3/4; a cylindrical shape with sprigging including a huntsman and a tree with cows grazing below, ht. 3 5/8; and a pear-shaped coffeepot and cover with scrolled handle, fluted spout, and chinoiserie sprigging, impressed pseudo chopmark, ht. 8 1/2 in.
Barrel shape: Cover with slight rim chip, underside of cover with rim chip repair. Pot with chip to inner rim.
Cylindrical shape: Footrim chip; possibly a replacement cover.
Coffee pot: Cover with interior rim chips; pot with slight chip t one side of the spout.
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