Price

£6500.00

This object is eligible for a Certificate of BADA Provenance

Dated: 1780 England

This earthenware baking or loaf dish is one of the largest made of its type in the late 18th century period.The dish has a plain edge, the body expertly decorated with a looping trailed creamware slip on a dark brown ground.Made in the Midlands or North England in the 18th century, a similar dish features in Barker and Comptons reference work titled Slipware in the Collection of the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery page 148 figure reference 4342

Diameter: 17.5 inches

Current Condition: Good condition with only minor nicks at the rim, there is surface wear to the glaze at the center.

Provenance: Hugh Russell Collection.

Literature: Barker and Comptons reference work titled Slipware in the Collection of the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery page 148 figure reference 4342

Circa 1780

Dimensions

Diameter: 17.50inch

Condition report

Good condition with only minor nicks at the rim, there is surface wear to the glaze at the center.

Stock number

9938
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