A Late 18th century English Creamware cornucopia wall pocket c.1790



A Late 18th century English creamware cornucopia wall pocket (possibly made at the Leeds Pottery), representing Summer. The top is bordered with acanthus leaves, the Cupid entwined by garrya swags, drinking from a vessel and harvesting flowers. c.1790 Height: 10"(25.5cm). Unmarked. Fine condition.

*A similar example is illustrated in "Pratware- English and Scottish relief decorated and underglaze coloured earthenware 1780-1840" by John and Griselda Lewis, page 104

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A late 18th century English creamware cornucopia wall pocket





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