A WEDGWOOD CREAMWARE TRANSFER-PRINTED MONTEITH CIRCA 1780
transfer-printed in black by Sadler and Green with 'Opera Girl', the other side with a fisherman in a landscape, the interior with a riverscape.
Width across handles 13 in.
There is a long haircrack, measuring approximately 3 1/2-in., running down one side from the rim, a second 1 1/4-in. fine haircrack running horizontally about 1 in. above the footrim and a 1/2-iin. chip to the underside of one handle.
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E. Norman Stretton Collection, bearing label, sold, Phillips London, March 21, 2001, lot 169