SOLD! for $270.00.
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- Low Estimate: $350.00
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Twelve (12) European ceramic items, including English and Dutch. 1st item: Whieldon type plate with green, yellow, and brown glaze and scalloped rim and scrolled border. English, late 18th century. 2nd item: Sunderland creamware jug "The Token" or "Jack's Safe Return to His True Love" with pink glaze designs, figural seascape, and sailor's motto to body. English, early 19th century. 3rd-4th items: Two (2) spongeware items with blue glaze designs, including one (1) bowl and one (1) saucer. European, mid 19th century. 5th item: Mochaware milk jug with black line designs to rims and black, brown, and cream glaze designs to body. English, mid 19th century. 6th item: Staffordshire tan-glazed jug with brown rim having motto and floral designs to body. English, early 19th century. 7th-8th items: Two (2) Amstel Porcelain Factory polychrome and parcel-gilt decorated items with painted bird design, including one (1) cup and one (1) saucer. Both items inscribed "Amstel" to underside. Dutch, 19th century. 9th-10th items: Pair (2) of Staffordshire figural Toby jugs with pinched spouts in the shape of hats, including one (1) depicting a seated male in a red coat holding a gray mug and one (1) depicting a seated male in a green coat holding a white mug. Both items with maker's mark to base. English, late 19th/early 20th century. 11th-12th items: Two (2) hard-paste polychrome and parcel-gilt decorated porcelain items with painted foliate designs, including one (1) cup and one (1) saucer. European, first half of 19th century. Ranging in size from 2 1/2" H x 4 1/4" W x 3 1/4" D to 9 1/8" dia.
PROVENANCE: Deaccessioned by the Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts Foundation to benefit the acquisitions fund.
CONDITION: 1st item: Minute flaws in the making. 2nd item: Minor wear to glaze, some wear to rim, and hairlines to base, largest measuring 1 5/8" L. 3rd-4th items: Minor wear to glaze and scratches, hairline to cup measuring 1 1/2" L. 5th item: Minor surface abrasion to rim and handle, crack to body at handle measuring 1/2 L. 6th item: Minute surface abrasion to handle. 7th-8th items: Minute wear to glaze to saucer. 9th-10th items: Chip to the spout of one jug. 11th-12th items: Minor wear to glaze with some discoloration to surface of saucer.