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Lot 468

Tuesday 06 Feb, 2018 - 10.00am

A small collection of 19th Century English Country red-bodied English pottery, including - circular money box with brown glazed body, 4.5ins diameter x 4.5ins high, another of pale brown tone and compressed form, 5.25ins diameter x 3.75ins high, a bottle of compressed form with single ribbed handle and iron flecked medium brown lead glazed body, 5ins diameter x 4.75ins high, a single-handled shaving jug, with iron flecks to body, 4.5ins high, together with six further pieces and a small quantity of 19th Century stoneware
Provenance: The Collection of The late Richard Filmer of Kennington, Ashford, Kent
Note: Richard Filmer eagerly sought examples of local High Halden pottery which to his view was characterised by the inclusion of iron staining showing as flecks in the glaze. He may well have considered a number of these items to have been from that pottery

Estimate £200 - 300 Sold for £480

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป