White Salt-glazed Stoneware Milk Jug and Cover, England, c. 1740, probably Staffordshire, pear shape standing on three lion mask and paw feet, foo lion finial, mold-applied with squirrels, blossoms, and leaves, all above incised motifs, traces of gilding throughout, ht. 6 in.
Provenance: The Troy Chappell Collection; Wynn Sayman.
Cover: Small chip and small chip repair.
Pot: 1 1/2" rim hairline.
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