Price

£2850.00

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Dated: 1780 to 1782 Staffordshire England

A fine and exceptionally rare example of a Wedgwood creamware pottery commemorative teapot.

The globular body printed in good quality black Sadler and Green prints of Liverpool the portrait titled "Sr G Bridges Rodney Bt Rear Admiral of England," the reverse depicts the naval battle and the defeat of the French off Belle Isle in 1759.

The base is impressed WEDGWOOD. The portrait of Rodney was published in April 1780 in Westminster Magazine.

Dimensions: 8.25 inches long

Current Condition: Remarkable condition

Provenance: With Jonathan Horne of Kensington London and then from a private collection London.

Dimensions

8.25 inches long

Price

£2850.00

Stock number

5135
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  • Members are elected for their knowledge, integrity and quality of stock
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  • Our dealers’ membership is reviewed and renewed annually
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