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Liverpool Sadler Transfer Printed Delft Tile, 1760-65, printed in red with ‘Fortune Telling at Tea Time’, an old lady explaining the meaning of tealeaves, to two young ladies, within a rococo border, applied paper collection label, E. N. Stretton Collection, T87, 5” Sq. Glaze loss to one corner.

                   RPW00343                                                                       HOLD

See The Norman Stretton Collection, Phillips , London, 21st February 2001, lot – 359.

  

See Anthony Ray, Liverpool Printed Tiles. Pg. 26. B4-13.  For further discussion of this tile with the same design RPW00346, see also ibid. pg. 8. Fig. 2a & 2b.

A rare subject that occurs in a drawing book published for John Bowles in 1756-57

 


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Liverpool Sadler Transfer Printed Delft Tile, 1760-65, printed in black with ‘Fortune Telling at Tea Time’, an old lady explaining the meaning of tealeaves, to two young ladies, within a rococo border, applied paper collection label, Jonathan Horne Antiques, 5” Sq.  Chips to corners.

                    RPW00346                                                                      HOLD

 

See Anthony Ray, Liverpool Printed Tiles. Pg. 26. B4-13.  For further discussion of this tile with the same design RPW00343, see also ibid. pg. 8. Fig. 2a & 2b.

A rare subject that occurs in a drawing book published for John Bowles in 1756-57.


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Liverpool Sadler Transfer Printed Delft Tile, 1770-80, printed in black with ‘Peasant Family With a Cradle’, a man leaning on a stick over a woman seated with a child, a craddle at her feet, in front of a house with smoking chimney, applied paper label, Hodgkin Collection, 5 1/8 “ Sq.  Very minor glaze chips to edges.

                   RPW00345                                                                                 $550

See The Norman Stretton Collection, Phillips , London, 21st February 2001, lot – 365.

For a similar tile see, Anthony Ray, English Delftware Tiles. no. 723.  And John Bowles drawing book, 1756-57, fig. 59 for an illustration. 

Note – The Hodgkin family collection was one of the finest collections of delftware tiles ever made.  Initially developed by John Eliot Hodgkin, and first published in the Burlington Magazine in 1905, later developed into a book written by John and his daughter Edith, the collection was carried on by John’s son Stanley Howard.  The collection was eventually sold by Sotheby’s in 1950 and 1951.


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Liverpool Sadler Transfer Printed Delft Tile, 1765-75, printed in red, with ‘The Village School’ a male seated on a bench in front a table with three children, 5”.  Some glaze chips to the surface and edge.

                       RPW00347                                                                    $300

For a similar tile see, Anthony Ray, Liverpool Tiles. no. D5-19.

Micheal Archer Delftware, Pg. 522. N.480.

 


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Liverpool Sadler & Green Transfer Printed Delft Tile, 1765-1775, printed in red with a religious scene of a woman at a well with a male figure, applied paper label, Jonathan Horne Antiques, 5”.  Some glaze chips to edges.

 

                    RPW00348                                                                              $450

See Anthony Ray, Liverpool Printed Tiles. Pg. 36.  D1-4.  “The design is from an engraving by Carlo Maratta after Annibale Carracci (Trans. E.C.C., Vol. 5, Pt. 2, Plate 79)."

 


English Delftware Night Light Holder, 1765-75, probably London, with four pierced arched painted inn birds below and floral motifs between, 4½" high.   Minor glaze chips to rim and interior

Provenance

Garry Atkins.  

Troy D. Chappell Collection 

For a similar example see – Anthony Ray, ‘English Delftware Pottery in the Robert Hall Warren Collection, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. Pl. 89. Illus. 182. 

 

      RPW00219                                                                                 $2,900


English Tin–Glazed Earthenware Klyin Dish, 1750-60, probably Bristol or Liverpool, in underglaze blue, with a dragon on a stand in front of a vase with peonies,  within a paneled border of alternating flowers and star motifs, 11¾".  

Provenance

Lipski Collection

Seeger Collection

Troy D. Chappell Collection

This plate was formerly in the Lipski collection of English & Irish Delftware and sold in 1981 at Sotheby's, London, The Lipski Collection, Part II, Lot. 364. (Illustrated), and more recently part of the Troy D. Chappell Collection.  

 

        RPW00218                                                                                  $1,000


English Delftware Oval Potting Pot, 1760-70, probably London, hand painted with a chinoiserie pattern of a building with a fence, 4¼" long.   Minor glaze loss to rim. 

Provenance

Troy D. Chappell Collection

For a similar illustration see, British Delft at Williamsburg, by J. Austin, illus 403.

 

                  RPW00217                                                                       $950

 


English Delftware 'Flora' Plate, 1735–1740, probably London or Bristol, in cobalt blue with a Chinoisere style decoration of a European scene of Summer ( Fecundity or Felicity ?), seated on a rock, 8¾".    Minor edge chips and glaze chips.

Provenance

Alistair Sampson

Troy D. Chappell Collection

 

For an identical plate see, ‘English Delftware in Bristol Collection’  by Britton, Illus, 19.22.

 

              RPW00221                                                                            $1,000


London Delftware Polychrome Chinoiserie Plate, 1730-40, a figure walking in a landscape, within a stylized foliate border, 6½".

 

               RPW00230                                                                                 $550


Bristol Delftware Plate, 1740-50, a lavish blue floral basket of flowers within a manganese ground with Fleur de Lys and shells in reserves, 11 5/8".    

 

                   RPW00231                                                                        $1000


English Delftware Plate, c.1770, decorated with a farmer and his wife, in a landscape, 9½“.           

Provenance

Jonathan Horne

Troy D. Chappell Collection

For an identical illustration see ‘British Tin-Glazed Earthenware’ by Black. P.26.

 

                    RPW00222                                                                              $950


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English Delftware Chinosiere Blue and White Dish, c.1750, depicting a man holding a staff courting a lady on a balcony, 8 3/8".    

                    RPW00229                                                                            $550


Bristol Blue and White Delftware Plate, c.1750, a Chinese lady standing under a tree holding a fan, 8”     

                     RPW0099                                                                                  $120