WEDGWOOD CREAMWARE ENAMELLED TEAPOT AND COVER; A YORKSHIRE ‘CHINTZ’ PATTERN COFFEEPOT AND COVER, PROBABLY LEEDS AND ENAMELLED IN THE MANNER OF DAVID RHODES; AND A SAUCEBOAT, ALL 1770-1775.Est. $700-$900
Sold: $2,040 ($1,700)
The first painted in purple on either side with a different floral spray, the cover with matching flower and floral knop, impressed “Wedgwood,” height 5 ½ inches; the second painted in iron-red, green and black with rows of apples reserved on purple-ground panels alternating with vertical bands entwined with vinery, height 9 inches; the third painted with a rose spray and flowering branch, length 6 ⅞ inches.
Provenance: The teapot and coffeepot, Libra Antiques, London, June 1999.