Lot 225: A selection of Neale & Co. creamware, circa 1790, comprising
October 25, 2016
Newbury, United KingdomLive Auction
Description: A selection of Neale & Co. creamware, circa 1790, comprising: a fluted baluster jug printed in sepia with the 'Gallant with Country Lass, Peasant with Stick' pattern, impressed NEALE & Co. , 15cm high; a plate with feathered edge and printed in sepia with seashells and seaweed, turquoise rim, indistinctly marked, 22cm diameter; and two various ozier-moulded stands, both stamped Provenance: The Oxborrow Collection. The jug, ex-lot 181, The Norman Stretton Collection, Phillips, 21st Feb. 2001. Bernard Middleditch, a decendant of James Neale, Geoffrey Godden Collection. Exhib. NCS Creamware and Pearlware exhibition 1986 cat. no. 187. See Diana Edwards, Neale Pottery and Porcelain (1987), p. 129, ill. 103 (jug); p. 127, ill. 101 (similar plate), p. 135, ill. 109 (oval stand).