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Antique creamware pottery punch kettle with stand English 18th century.Leeds Yorkshire - circa 1780 Staffordshire or Yorkshire English

Height 12.00inch [30.48cm]
Medium creamware pottery ceramic earthenware
Provenance Private collection Yorkshire
Literature Donald Towner page 152 figure reference 79b and page 139 FIGURE 68 illustrates similar forms in his book titled Creamware.
Description A rare Leeds creamware pottery punch kettle with original stand both hand decorated with flowers and leaves.
The kettle is of a depressed globular form with a curved spout with a Bacchus head.The handle is a large scale double twist wavy rope handle with flower and leaf terminals. The bowl shaped stand has three Bacchus heads with feet and three flanges to support the kettle.
A high quality piece with strong decorative appeal.

Condition Some very minor good restoration.
gbp 3850.00 (Pound Sterling)
Stock Code 2517
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