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Leeds Pottery banded cup and saucer, c. 1790.

£490.00

Leeds Pottery cup and saucer, c. 1790. Both pieces decorated with a broad band of powder blue slip, within a brown and white chequer board rim. All beneath a pearlware glaze.
The cup, having a fluted double strap handle, and flowerhead terminals, attached to the body.

Diameter of saucer – 12 cm, 4 3/4”.

Height of cup – 6 cm, 2 3/8”.

Condition – No restoration.

Tea wares of a similar decoration are illustrated by Peter Walton, Creamware and other English Pottery at Temple Newsam House Leeds (1976) p.246, pl.1071-2.