Sugar Bowl and Cover

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  • Staffordshire, England
  • ca. 1745
  • Stoneware, salt-glazed, white with blue
  • 1972-205,A_B

Circular with molded relief panel decoration, each panel a different design: unicorn & reclining nude, hunter with 2 dogs, shield & running stag, 3 figures eating and drinking, 2 headed eagle, Atlas with cherubs, shield and other unidentifiable figures; lion and bust; birds & tiny figure with a sword in undistinguishable surrounding. Bowl has beaded rim, and blue underglaze splotchy decoration, sometimes in thick blobs. Cover has molded panels of flowers, beaded rim, and swan finial as well as splotchy underglaze blue decoration.

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