A Leeds Creamware Ovoid Teapot and Cover, c.1775, with entwined handles.

18th century
English style
From: LU5 6PL, Harlington, United Kingdom

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    A wonderful miniature pot, prettily handpainted with a floral pattern. Double red rim bands. Elaborate double entwined handle. Foliate handle terminals and knob, all confirming to known Leeds details. See Donald Towner "Creamware".
    Minor restoration to the spout. Restoration to the cover and chips to the reverse of the cover. Repaired cracks to the top and bottom of the handle. Patches of restoration to the inner rim of the cover. We think the price reflects the damage.
    10cm in height. 19cm in length.
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    We aim to ensure that our descriptions are absolutely accurate. Nevertheless, antique porcelain is never perfect. We use high definition photography with the aim of making the condition of any item extremely clear. Defects which are obvious in the photography we use are deemed to have been declared, even if we do not specifically refer to them in the description. 
    Restoration is sometimes extremely difficult to detect. We use UV light and transmitted light to check whether restoration has occurred. Sometimes, even those methodologies do not reveal restoration. If you are able, notwithstanding the definition, to show that restoration of a significant nature has occurred, we would obviously allow cancellation of the sale in such circumstances.


    Ref: 4FCNP9SZDA

    Style English style (Plates, Faience Services of English style Style)
    Period 18th century (Plates, Faience Services 18th century)
    Country of origin United Kingdom
    Artist Leeds Pottery
    Length (cm) 19
    Materials Earthenware
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 2-3 Business Days
    Location LU5 6PL, Harlington, United Kingdom

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