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Creamware is a cream-colored earthenware with a transparent glaze. Having a light and fine body it offered the perfect surface for the Neo-classical decoration fashionable in the late 18th century. It was developed by Josiah Wedgwood around 1760. It was extremely successful and rapidly replaced the tin-glazed wares which were so prone to chipping.

Wedgwood changed the name of his creamware to "Queensware" when Queen Charlotte ordered
a set from his factory.

Creamware was also made at Leeds, Derby and in Staffordshire.

 Stock#

 Item description

 Date

 Maker

 Price

23853

WARMING PLATE/HOT WATER PLATE, 9-1/2 inches diameter, 11-1/2 inches over handles. Enamelled with an orange red border with green leaves and yellow flowers. Molded foliate handles.

Impressed capital mark SPODE and number 23

Light staining to well and some touch-up to green leaves

1820
SPODE
$245.00

26424

JELLY MOLD COVER, 4-1/2 inches high, 4-1/2 inches wide. Plain tapering form. Unmarked.Hairline crack to bottom of both sides.
c.1790

 

English

$45.00

26432 

 SAUCE LADLE, 10 inches long. Molded scroll handle. The borders with green feathering.

 c.1790

 Staffordshire

or Yorkshire

  $275.00

 40118
TEA-BOWL & SAUCER; bowl 1-3/4"high; saucer 5-1/4"diameter, "Kings Rose" pattern. Unmarked.
*nibbles to foot rim and rim of both saucer & bowl; losses and wear to enamel

 c.1810

 Staffordshire

or Leeds

 $175.00

 22778

Dish, 11" long, lozenge shape, dolphin molded border, gilt rim, the well centered with a polychrome landscape with a ruin. Impressed mark. *fine hairline near right corner

  1795-1801

 Wilson Staffordshire

 $285.00

23717 SOLD

PLATE OR STAND, 8-1/4" diameter. Brown enamel rim, the deep well painted in enamels with a large basket of flowers featuring pink and yellow roses and primula. Unmarked. Abrasions to center rose and small loss of enamel.

 

1800-1820
Davenport
SOLD

26408

SOLD

BOURDELOU,4-1/2 inches high 9-1/4 inches long. Slip-molded in two parts. Of plain form with an line below the rim; the handle with a thumb. rest. Unmarked.
1790-1800
English
SOLD

22170

SOLD

PORTER MUG, 5-3/4" high, having a strap handle and decorated in polychrome enamels with a floral spray featuring two large roses. *Crack near handle, small chip to base and to handle.

 c.1780

 Newcastle-upon-Tyne

SOLD

 

SOLD

40300

 SMALL PLATTER, 12" long. Shaped edge with a blue feathered border, the well with floral sprigs and a naively painted Neo-classical design of a wreath centered with an urn. Unmarked.   c. 1790  Staffordshire

SOLD

SOLD

40180

Tea caddy, 5" high, of square form molded with classical scenes, Venus with Cupid and Ceres with attendants, decorated with transparent glazes of blue, green & ochre. Cracked along one edge,chip to top.

c.1760

Staffordshire

SOLD

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