SOLD! for $330.00.
(Note: Prices realized include a buyer's premium.)
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- Low Estimate: $225.00
- High Estimate: $325.00
- Realized: $330.00
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Assorted group of 19th century English Staffordshire pearlware ceramics including historic Sunderland lustre ware pitcher (West View of the Iron Bridge near Sunderland built by R. Burdon Esq., opened 1795), chip to foot, wear to rim, 5"H; a scenic transfer and lustreware cream pitcher (hairline to handle, chips to spout, crazing); a spatter ware decorated creamer (crazing, hairline, rim and handle wear); 3 polychrome transferware mugs (The Delights of Home: Innocence; A Grandmother's Gift; and Dr. Franklin's Maxims, all with crazing and rim wear, Franklin mug with repaired handle); a spatterware teacup (crazing and crack); a blue and white child's plate with Punch decoration (crazing), and a raised ABC alphabet child's plate with scene of boys and kites (crazing and hairline). Condition: Overall very good condition with one handle repair, chips on spouts and chip to base of large creamer.