Extremely rare late 18th Century Jasperware Teaset- Robert & David Wilson - Staffordshire.
1790s teapot with accompanying tea caddy or sugar box and an milkjug, the base of the teapot has the WILSON manufacturer stamp as shown.
The Victoria & Albert Museum has an example (a damaged covered bowl) with this same floral pattern in their collection. You can view & compare by searching the V&A collection for "hanley wilson". Robert & David had worked together as potters for 40yrs until Robert's death in 1801 and they both marked their pieces exactly the same "WILSON". Robert & David had worked together as potters for 40yrs until Robert's death in 1801 and they both marked their pieces exactly the same "WILSON".
Condition and measurement
- sugar box ( the best of the three) only a chip on the knob of the lid , lenght 16.5 cm, wide 13.2 cm and height 10 cm.
- teapot lenght handel to spout 21.2 cm, wide 10.8 and height 12 cm, the lid has chips and in the bottom and at the side is an crack ( fixed with
- milkjug lenght 14 cm, wide 8 cm and height 11.5 cm. damaged and glued together.
stand is not included.
Wil be send registered
- N.º de artículos
- Raro jasperware teaset
- Robert & David Wilson, Staffordshire
- Periodo estimado
- Hacia 1800
- País de origen
- Estado aceptable - muy usado y posiblemente faltan partes menores
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