Early English Staffordshire Pottery Redware Teapot,
The small redware pottery lead glaze teapot has a red coloured body and sprigged with cream slip on both sides of flowers & leaves.
Reference: The Henry H. Weldon Collection-English Pottery, Stoneware and Earthenware 1650-1800, page 262, # 148 for different examples of this type of redware.
This type of pot was formerly called Astbury-Wieldon ware.
Chip to the tip of the spout repaired and a small chip to the underside of the cover repaired. Dimensions: 4 3/4 inches x 6 1/4 inches wide x 4 inches deep
Provenance: The Laver Collection of English Pottery; with Frank Partridge- old paper label Frank Partridge/ /works of Art/ 26 ? King Street SW & New York
|Dealer||Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge, Inc.|
|Measurements||5 inches high|
|Inventory||View Dealer's Inventory|
|Contact||Paul Vandekar, 212-308-2022 or firstname.lastname@example.org|