Leeds creamware jug ‘John Pickard, 1773’.


A fine and large Leeds creamware jug, dated 1773. Probably painted at the David Rhodes workshop, with an oval scrollwork panel, inscribed ‘John Pickford, 1773’, beneath the spout, which is painted in iron red, with scrollwork. The panel is suspended from iron red chains, which terminate at the handle. Floral sprays are painted to either side of the jug, and roses adorn the panel.
Height - 23.5 cm, 9 1/4”.
Width - 22 cm, 8 5/8”.
Depth - 17.5 cm, 6 7/8”.
Condition - Firing cracks and crazing go the body. Small chips to the rim. Commensurate with the age of the jug.No restoration.

Medium: Creamware.

Signed/Inscribed: John Pickford, 1773.

Height:  23.50 cm, 9.25"
Width:  22.70 cm, 8.94"
Depth:  17.50 cm, 6.89"

Condition: Firing cracks and crazing go the body. Small chips to the rim. Commensurate with the age of the jug.No restoration.

£1,450

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