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Antique saltglaze stand Staffordshire mid 18th century period England - circa 1750 Staffordshire England

Width 4.75inch [12.06cm]
Height 1.75inch [4.44cm]
Depth 4.75inch [cm]
Diameter 4.75inch [12.06cm]
Medium salt glaze stoneware pottery ceramic
Literature Pages 205 and 190 White Glazed Stoneware of the British Isles by Diana Edwards and Rodney Hampson published by the Antique Collectors Club England.
Description A rare white saltglaze stoneware patch or teapot stand made in Staffordshire in the mid 18th century. A similar shard from a smaller similar shaped stand was excavated at the William Bourne pottery site (c1750-60)and is now located the Potteries Art Gallery and Museum Stoke upon Trent Staffordshire. Another similar example is located in the reference work by Skerry and Findlen-Wood published by the Williamsburg Foundation page 111 Saltglazed Stoneware in early America.
Condition Fine unrestored condition
Status SOLD
Stock Code 7275
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