Treacleware (‘Rockingham’ glazed) fox head stirrup cup. c.1835-1865. AP/1062.


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A press-moulded stirrup cup in the form of a fox’s head. The ears are applied separately. Buff earthenware body with a brown treacleware glaze (also called ‘Rockingham glaze’). There are three trivit (kiln furniture) firing scars on the rim. Fully glazed inside and out, including the rim. Probably made in Staffordshire or possibly Yorkshire.

Pot ID: AP/1062
Dimensions: 106mm long from nose tip to rim.
Net Weight (grams): 148
Date: c.1835-1865

Condition Report:
Both ears chipped, the left ear has multiple chips.

Weight 505 g