Three English pearlware silver-resist bough pots, ca. 1815, with animal and floral designs, together with a footed cup, a saucer and teacup, and a plate, largest - 9" w. For a similar example see W. D. John and Warren Baker, Old English Lustre Pottery, illustrations 51C and 56B. Provenance: Private Collection, Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey.
Two pots lacking covers. One cover included in pieces. One small pot - foot reglued. Other small pot - chips to inner rim. Large pot - lacking all feet, discoloration, crazing. Plate - crazing, discoloration, losses to enamel. Footed cup - hairlines, rim chip. Saucer - several hairlines. Teacup - small base rim chip.