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Creamware food mould, circa 1800

Creamware food mould, circa 1800

Queen's ware jelly molds, c1790. The plain hollow molds were inverted and filled with gelatinous dessert and the decorated wedges fitted inside. When the dessert was set, the covers were removed and the decoration was visible through the jelly.

Queen's ware jelly molds, circa The plain hollow molds were inverted and filled with gelatinous dessert and the decorated wedges fitted inside. When the dessert was set, the covers were removed and the decoration was visible through the jelly.

Sugar Caster (cover), c. 1732- 1738 manufacturer Saint Cloud Porcelain Factory (French

Saint Cloud Porcelain Factory (French), soft-paste porcelain, silver mount, Overall: h.

Tea Bowl, c.1736-95    Tea Bowl, c.1736-95  Porcelain with underglaze blue  Chinese  Unmarked  Height: 3.5 cm; Diameter: 6.5 cm.

Tea Bowl, Tea Bowl, Porcelain with underglaze blue Chinese Unmarked Height: cm;

Large creamware jug, c1803 possibly Leeds

Large creamware jug, possibly Leeds

A LARGE SPICE MILL, possibly England or Holland, 18th c. Exotic wood turned and carved with flowers and frieze. Rectangular body on turned shaft and circular base. Hopper with screw top, iron crank with wooden handle. Grinder can be unscrewed to reveal grinds container.

A LARGE SPICE MILL, possibly England or Holland, 18th c. Exotic wood turned and carved with flowers and frieze. Rectangular body on turned shaft and circular base. Hopper with screw top, iron crank with wooden handle. Grinder can be unscrewed to reveal grinds container.

1760-1770 British Food-warmer at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Food-warmer

A Staffordshire 'Pure Milk Pail', 19th century, with a hinged brass cover above the tapering band moulded body with printed and hand painted decoration of Lombard cows in naturalistic landscape, printed in gilt 'Pure Milk' with applied swag handles, printed mark 'The Dairy Supply Co. Ltd, Museum Street, London, WC', inscribed D49E 38cm diameter £1000-1500 9th September 2014

Lot: An earthenware Milk Pail, the banded conical, Lot Number: Starting Bid: Auctioneer: Sworders Fine Art Auctioneers, Auction: The Autumn Country House Sale, Date: September 2014 UTC

Success to America: Creamware for the American Market by Patricia A. Halfpenny, http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1851496319/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_q95dtb1NSN4CN

Success to America: Creamware for the American Market. I couldn't love this book anymore than I do.

Charming creamware tea cannister.

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Antique 18th Century Creamware Pottery Fish Pudding Mold

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