Price

£5500.00

This object is eligible for a Certificate of BADA Provenance

Dated: 1790 to 1810 Staffordshire or Derbyshire England

This impressive English earthenware baking dish or loaf dish combed decorated in a finely trailed brown slip on a cream-colored ground.The dish has a pie crust edge and is very good condition with only minor signs of historical wear and use commensurate with age. It is attributed to one of the Staffordshire or Derbyshire potters. This spectacular and highly decorative slipware dish retains a paper label for Sampson and Horne, the famous London ceramic dealers.

Dimensions:14.5 inches wide,18.25 inches long

Current Condition: The dish is in unrestored condition with minor traces of historical wear.

Provenance: With Sampson Horne London and then private collection London

Literature: Figure 332 in Ronald Cooper's reference work illustrates a similar example located in the Stoke on Trent Museum Staffordshire England

Circa 1790

Dimensions

Width: 14.50inch, Depth: 18.25inch

Condition report

The dish is in unrestored condition with minor traces of historical wear.

Stock number

0038
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