Staffordshire Whieldon style creamware wall pocket.

August 28, 2019 1:39 pm Published by

A Staffordshire creamware wall pocket, c. 1760. The wrythen form wall pocket, moulded with graping vine, beneath a scroll rim, and covered in a Wheikdon style tortoiseshell glaze.
Having two pierced holes at the reverse for suspension.
Length -.20.5 cm, 8 1/8″.
Condition – Perfect. No damage. No restoration.

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