April 27, 2021 10:00 EST

American Furniture, Folk and Decorative Arts

 
  Lot 80
 
Lot 80 - A group of ten English soft paste porcelain blue and white tablewares

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A group of ten English soft paste porcelain blue and white tablewares
Worcester, Caughley, and Isleworth, Middlesex, late 18th century

Comprising two punch bowls and baluster vase, probably Worcester; a mug, marked with Worcester crescent mark; a group of four octagonal powder blue ground dishes, probably Isleworth, with pseudo-Chinese characters to undersides; a small plate in the Fisherman pattern, probably Caughley; and an oval dish in the Fisherman pattern, Caughley, marked with Salopian "S."

H: 4 in. Dia: 11 in. (largest bowl)

Provenance

Property from a private American Collection.
Group of four powder blue plates: M. Ford Creech, Memphis, Tennessee.

Sold for $819
Estimated at $800 - $1,200


 

Comprising two punch bowls and baluster vase, probably Worcester; a mug, marked with Worcester crescent mark; a group of four octagonal powder blue ground dishes, probably Isleworth, with pseudo-Chinese characters to undersides; a small plate in the Fisherman pattern, probably Caughley; and an oval dish in the Fisherman pattern, Caughley, marked with Salopian "S."

H: 4 in. Dia: 11 in. (largest bowl)

Provenance

Property from a private American Collection.
Group of four powder blue plates: M. Ford Creech, Memphis, Tennessee.

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