18th Century Staffordshire Saltglazed Sauceboat

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18th Century Staffordshire Saltglazed Stoneware Sauceboat, ogee Rococo form, with ribbed strap handle. Sides slip cast with crisply moulded roses, rosebush branches issuing leaves, trailing roses all under scroll-moulded rims; scallop-shell lip. The handle terminate a crab stock twig.


2 1/2” H. X 4 1/2” W. X 2 1/2” D.

Circa 1750 - 1760.

Condition: lower handle with sealed crack. Scattered dots of frit and glaze irregularities. NB: Spout tilts sinister. 

Provenance: Wynn Sayman Antiques, 1998.

Robin Henry Ceramic Collection, NY. Collection number 112.


Parallels: Goodwin Collection; Christie’s, NY Jan. 28, 2013, lot 316.