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Description

Lot 20

Tuesday 10 Jul, 2012 - 10.00am

A late 19th Century Taylor Tunnicliffe & Co Hanley circular pottery wall plaque painted with a portrait of a young woman wearing a headscarf on a blue ground, 18.25ins diameter, signed to reverse "E. Crutchley" and impressed factory mark), and a late 19th Century Doulton Lambeth faience circular pottery plaque painted with a portrait of a young woman, 15.5ins diameter, signed to reverse "E. Crutchley" and impressed factory marks - cracked through and with restoration)

Estimate £150 - 200 Sold for £160

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป