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Antique saltglaze stand Staffordshire mid 18th century period England

Reference: 7275

Dated: c. 1750 Staffordshire England

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.

Dimensions: 4.75 inch wide 1.75 inch high 4.75 inch deep

Diameter: 4.75inch

Medium: salt glaze stoneware pottery ceramic

Current Condition Fine unrestored condition

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.

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