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Lot 235: A selection of Staffordshire white felspathic stoneware, early 19th century

Interiors, Day 1

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury

25 October 2016

Newbury, United Kingdom

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Description: A selection of Staffordshire white felspathic stoneware, early 19th century, comprising: a Turner commode shape teapot and cover, a Turner two-handled hunting cup, 17cm high a Turner jug sprigged with Cupid and Pysche , 15cm high; and four other items including a commode-shaped milk jug, possible painted by Robert Allen of Lowestoft Provenance: The Oxborrow Collection. Note: For an example of the teapot and cover see Edwards and Hampson, English Dry-Bodied Stoneware (1998), p. 189 fig. 319.

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