Possibly James Pennington, c1765




The simple saltglaze form beautifully molded with scrolling foliage and flora between upper and lower acanthus borders, each side centering a cartouche painted in vivid blue with a chrysanthemum and tree and hollow rock, siding a fence before upright leaves, the upper rim and footrim with simple horizontal molding, the grooved scrolled handle with a comma terminal


Ref :

For a sauceboat with similar form with less and simpler molding, see Bonhams New Bond, 8 Sep 2010,

Fine British Porcelain & Pottery, Lot 109, Provenance: E and J Handley


Condition : Excellent, with only a small crack / firing fault to the handle


7.75” Wide


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Also See :


Liverpool Underglaze Blue & Polychrome Waste Bowl, Smokers Valet

Liverpool Underglaze Blue & Polychrome Waste Bowl

A charming early version of "The Smoker's Valet"

England, c1770-5, 5" Diameter

Provenance : J. Geddes Brown Collection, with sticker verso (whose porcelain was included in Fine English Porcelain, 

Christie, Manson & Woods, 1967)


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Good Liverpool Moulded Blue & White Sauceboat, c1765, Possibly James Pennington