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Lot 26: English ceramics, three pieces, including: 18th C. cream ware luncheon plate with flared and scalloped lavender edging, some flakes,...

CONTINENTAL ANTIQUES, TAPESTRIES, ART, ETC.

Platinum House

by Winter Associates, Inc.

January 14, 2013

Plainville, CT, USA

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Description: English ceramics, three pieces, including: 18th C. cream ware luncheon plate with flared and scalloped lavender edging, some flakes, chips, hairlines, paint loss, 8 5/8" dia.; Staffordshire figurine of "Peace" torching pile of weapons at feet while holding olive branch, attached faux marbleized pedestal, hairline to figure's left side, 8 1/4" h.; along with a 19th C. toby jug of Martha Gunn wearing flowered apron, craquelure, some wear to base, repaired lip, paint loss and surface roughness, 10" h. [Martha Gunn (British, 1726-1815) was the most famous ladies bathing attendant or "dipper" in 18th C. Britain and an intimate of the future George IV (British, 1762-1830)]

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