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Earthenware baking or loaf dish with a trailing slip decoration, 18th century England.

Dated: 1780 Midlands or Northern England.

The circular deep-sided earthenware slipware dish has a buff body with a plain rim the calligraphic type slip decoration over a dark brown ground. These dishes were produced as kitchen utility items for baking and known as loaf dishes in the United States. Today they are acknowledged for their spontaneous and unpretentious artistry.

Diameter: 13 inches.

Current Condition: Some wear-related and commensurate with age.

Literature: Slipware Collection in the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery by David Barker and Steve Compton published by A and C Black of London.

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£4850.00

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