Wall Pocket Antique Creamware Wall Pocket
Wall Pocket Antique Creamware Wall Pocket
Wall Pocket Antique Creamware Wall Pocket
Wall Pocket Antique Creamware Wall Pocket
Wall Pocket Antique Creamware Wall Pocket
Wall Pocket Antique Creamware Wall Pocket

Wall Pocket Antique Creamware Wall Pocket

1760 England

Offered by Bardith

US$1,600 usd
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In the mid-18th century flat backed creamware flower holders decorated the walls of well to do English homes. They were known as wall pockets and would have been filled with flowers from the garden or dried flowers. This pair were press molded, made in the form of a flower face mask wearing a garland of leaves and branches and splashed in green and brown glazes. This combination of glazes is known as Whieidon* ware.
The back of each wall pocket is pierced for hanging.
Dimensions: 12 inches tall x 7.5 inches wide x 2.75" deep
Condition: Excellent
Price: $1600
*Thomas Whieldon played a leading role in the development of tortoiseshell ware, creamware, and Salt glazed pottery in mid 18th century, England.
Whieldon ware is 18th century creamware that is decorated under the glaze by painting or sponging with metallic oxides. During firing of the glaze, the colors flow to produce the tortoiseshell effect.
Excellent
Dimensions
Height 112.00 inch (284.48 cm)
Width 7.50 inch (19.05 cm)
Depth 2.75 inch (6.98 cm)
Medium
Creamware
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