Creamware Sugar Bowl and Cover, England, c. 1775, probably Yorkshire, the melon-like circular bowl with scalloped rim and double ropetwist handles, floral knop, polychrome enamel decorated with feather tip edging bordering puce floral sprays, overall ht. 3 3/8 in.
Provenance: The Troy Chappell Collection.
Literature: Identical illustrated in The Queen's Table, by Schmalz, plate 31; similar in Creamware, by Towner, illus. 66A.
Provenance: Ex collection Donald C. Towner; Captain Price Glover.
Each with scattered enamel loss.
Cover: Shallow chips under the petals of the flower; areas of staining to underside.
Bowl: 1/4" chip to rope of one handle; top rim with svereal edge nicks and small chips; one scallop with a 1/4" chip, two with areas of glaze loss.
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