Staffordshire salt glaze wall pocket, Circa 1755.

$2,540.00 AUD

Interesting Staffordshire salt-glazed ‘Flora’ wall pocket in the form of a female head with bow in her hair, surrounded by a rococo “frill” and acanthus leaf lower terminal. Circa 1755


loss to top frill


Height 24cm, 16cm wide


A similar example is in the Glaisher Collection No 540 Ref: The Catalogue of the Glaisher Collection of Pottery & Porcelain in the Fitzwilliam Museum CambridgeThis example has lost part of the acanthus leaf in the firing (and the break covered in glaze), part of the other has been removed to match. A similar example in the V&A has the exact same flaw!

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