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Dipped treacleware yellowware mug with white clay pineapple in a vase sprigs. c.1840-1860. AP/1591.


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A yellow bodied (yellowware) mug or small tankard. The rim and top of handle have been dipped in a brown treacleware (‘Rockingham’ type) glaze. A white clay sprig is repeated three times around the body, depicting a tripod footed vase (or vase on a tripod stand) with a fluted lower body and grapevine decoration. The vase contains various flowers and a pineapple in the centre.
The foot and base are turned. There is band of rouletting below the rim of a sort of ‘egg’ and flutes, which is very similar to rouletting found on Cyples products.

Pot ID: AP/1591
Dimensions: 107 mm highest to top of handle.
Net Weight (grams): 318

Condition Report:
A tiny 3cm tight hairline from rim behind handle.

Weight 755 g