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A JOHN DWIGHT, FULHAM SALT-GLAZED STONEWARE MUG, WITH SILVER MOUNT
CIRCA 1685
the bulbous body beneath a short horizontally reeded neck set with an applied grooved loop handle and applied curled handle terminal, the contemporary mount unmarked.
height 4 1/8 in.
10.3 cm
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來源

Jonathan Horne, London, June, 1986
Vogel Collection no. 453.1

相關資料

Extensive excavations took place at the Fulham pottery site during the 1970s, published in 1999 by Chris Green, John Dwight's Fulham Pottery Excavations 1971-79, London, 1999. According to Green, mugs of this type, also known as "gorges", were made in a body termed "fine white", one of Dwight's many attempts to emulate the white porcelains being imported from China. A list of the known extant examples is given, ibid, p. 280. The shape may derive either from a silver form, or an earlier German stoneware shape, and is recorded in red and brown stoneware, slipware, delftware, and Chinese blanc-de-chine porcelain - A Dehua blanc-de-chine example with kakiemon-style Dutch decoration is in the British Museum, London, mus. no. Franks.934.+, illustrated by Regina Krahl and Jessica Harrison-Hall, Ancient Chinese Trade Ceramics from the British Museum, Taipei, 1994.

Other examples with silver mounts are recorded including one in the Willett Collection, illustrated by David Gaimster, German Stoneware 1200-1900, Archaeology and Cultural History, London, 1997, p. 321, no. 176 alongside a brown stoneware example; a pair from the Lady Charlotte Schreiber Collection with silver mounts dated 1682, in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, mus. nos. 414:853-1885 and 414:853/A-1885, and a further example was in the Harriet Carlton Goldweitz Collection, sold, in these rooms, January 20, 2006, lot 25.

The Collection of Anne H. & Frederick Vogel III

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