Staffordshire Agate Ware Pecten Shell Teapot and Cover, 1750s, with scroll handle and spout, the matching cover with lion finial and low relief molded shells, in a marbled brown and cream, 5½“ (14 cm) high.
Small piece glued to inner rim, minor chips to spout, hairline to base of handle, several very minor chips under rim of cover.
Staffordshire Salt-Glazed Stoneware Agate Ware Figure of a Woman, 1740-50, wearing a bonnet, with marbled body, dress and hair, occasional cobalt blue splashes, white face and neck, 4½“.
Factory slip repair to back
Property of the Late Charles J. Lomax, sold Sotheby’s, London, May 3rd 1940, Lot: 73. (illus).
Troy D. Chappell Collection
Another very similar model – The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 56-376. Also a similar smaller model – The Burnap Collection of English Pottery, Ross E. Taggart, 1967, illus, no. 299.