A 19th Century Wedgwood creamware bowl with moulded decoration and twisted handled, printed and impressed mark, diameter 21cm together with two Staffordshire encrusted sheep, two Staffordshire flatbacks and a collection of 18th and 19th Century teabowls (qty)
The creamware bowl has visible crazing and visible seam lines. There are some nibble losses to the rim edge and some surface marks and scuffs to the moulding and interior. The gate spill vase has a nibble chip to the underside and some of the teabowls have nibble losses to the rim edges.
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