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Lot 243: Four items of English dry-bodied stoneware, circa 1800, comprising

Interiors, Day 1

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury

25 October 2016

Newbury, United Kingdom

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Description: Four items of English dry-bodied stoneware, circa 1800, comprising: a Spode red-bodied stoneware teapot and cover in the YiXing style, 11cm high, traces of an impressed mark; a Wilson red-glazed hunting jug sprigged in white with hounds at the kill, 16.5cm high; a Staffordshire red-bodied oval teapot and cover with 'widow' finial; and a caneware faux bamboo teapot and cover in the Wedgwood style, 13cm high Provenance: The Oxborrow collection.

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