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Group of Creamware and Other Items, England and France, 18th/early 19th century, two Wedgwood pot warmers with partial inserts, ht. 6 1/2; stoneware cheesekeep, ht. 10; Wedgwood bidet, lg. 20; basket, lg. 8 3/4; eight reticulated trays and dishes, including Wedgwood, lg. 9 1/4 to 11; and four covered tureens including Wedgwood, ht. 8 to 11 in.
Provenance: Charles Spada Collection.
One warmer with large crack; one insert bowl heavily damaged. Slight edge chipping to both. Teapot base stained.
Cheesekeep: Looks to be a white glazed stoneware and not creamware. Also not Wedgwood.
Bidet: In very good condition throughout.
Basket: Small edge chip.
Trays and dishes: Three stained, two with small edge chips, one with a 1" piece out and reglued.
Tureens: One with numerous chips to cover rim (underside) and bowl; one with hairlines and chips to cover, wear and staining to bowl; one with sizable chip to inner rim of cover; one with mismatched cover and glaze wear to handles.
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