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English Pottery "Coiled" Snake Pipe, Circa 1810(175 views)
Description: Rare molded pottery “coiled” pipe in the shape of a snake swallowing a head bowl. Hand-painted in underglaze green, reddish brown and black. These pipes are usually attributed to Pratt who worked in Stoke-on-Trent in Staffordshire, but they were manufactured in many pottery centers in Britain as well as Wales and Scotland.
Condition Report: Excellent
Dimensions: Height: 3" | Width: 7.50" | Depth: 1"
Literature: "Snake Pipes, Coiled Pipes and Pipe Figures: An Introductory Note" by Peter Davey, published by Curragh Environmental Consultancy, Isle of Man, 2015
Date: Circa 1810
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