SOLD! for $174.00.
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Item 1: Unusual oval creamware vase with three necks, each terminating in a blue feather-edge molded design, over a brown-glazed body decorated with a white relief-molded floral swag centered by a mask. Old paper label on bottom from William H. Plummer, New York, attributes the vase to Leeds, 1780. 6-1/4"H x 7"W. Item 2: Pearlware tea caddy, the ribbed body painted with a blue/white classical scene, the neck with a floral band. Unmarked, possibly Worcester. 4-1/2"H. English, late 18th to early 19th century. Provenance: Estate of Salli LaGrone, Franklin, Tennessee. Condition: Item 1: Repaired break to one neck, wear and scattered edge chips. Item 2: Small edge chips to lip, rim, and foot.