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Scottish pottery Turks head pipe, c. 1820.

£590.00

Scottish or Northern England pottery pipe, c. 1820. The coiled pipe, terminating with a Turks head, wearing a dark blue turban, and sporting an impressive moustache, and sideburns. The pipe decorated with brown and green spots, imitating a Whieldon type glaze.

Medium: Earthenware.

Height: 8 cm, 3 1/8”.

Width: 20.3 cm, 8”.

Condition: Professional repair to the neck.