SOLD! for $480.00.
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Three (3) pieces English ceramics. 1st item: Scarce English Staffordshire Creamware sporting themed pitcher in Prattware colors, depicting a hunting scene in relief across the body, and black and brown floral geometric border at neck. Unsigned. 5 3/4" H. Accompanied by a 1949 receipt from Frost & Reed of Bristol, England, attributing the pitcher to Turner, circa 1780, and old tag from Cecil Allen of Nashville. 2nd item: Worcester Dr. Wall period blue and white porcelain sweetmeat dish in the Royal Lily pattern, square, with scalloped corners. No gilding. Unmarked. 8 1/2", Square x 2" H. Late 18th century. 3rd item: Pearlware bowl with Chinoiserie decoration to body and iron red and blue geometric band at inner rim. 2 7/8"H x 6 1/4" dia. Late 18th century. Provenance: The estate of Dr. Benjamin H. Caldwell, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: 1st item: 2 1/2" hairline on one side of neck, 3/4" hairline to spout. 2nd item: 1" rim chip and a few minor firing flaws. 3rd item: Few fleabite chips to rim, 1/8" firing flaw to footring.