High Temperature fired stoneware with a salt-glaze.... "White Salt-Glaze Stoneware has a distinctive white or pale creamy appearance caused by the ground flint which is added to the clay body before firing. The glaze has a distinctive ‘orange peel’ texture. Pieces are often very finely potted and feel extremely light in weight."

‘Collecting China.' C. Donaldson. Collins Gem. 1997.

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      

                        RPW00240                                                     Enquire

 

Provenance

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. 


Staffordshire Salt Glazed Teapot and Cover, c.1760, polychrome enameled with a hawk on a rock, 4” high.  Minor chip inside neck.   

                          RPW00198                                                        $1,600