THREE BRITISH PEARLWARE SLIP-BANDED, ROULETTED AND ENGINE-TURNED MUSTARD POTS AND COVERS, 1790-1800.Est. $500-$700
Sold: $1,560 ($1,300)
The first cylindrical and rouletted with black slip-filled checkered borders; the remaining two of barrel form, one engine-turned in a pattern of black and blue slip-filled oval recessions; the other slip-banded in black and pumpkin on a blue slip field, then turned through the slip to create white vertical lines. Heights 4 ¼ and 3 ¾ inches.
Provenance: The first, Jonathan Rickard, August 2004; the second, “The Jonathan Rickard Collection of Mocha Pottery,” Skinner, Inc., Boston, March 11, 2001, lot 404; the third, Kemble’s, Norwich, Ohio, January 2006.