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Teapot and cover; salt-glazed stoneware; globular-shaped body with crabstock spout, handle and knop with curling tail; body and cover painted in enamels; pink and green lattice and scrollwork round rim and cover; body with two scenes, one of seated man playing flute, other a dancing woman; both scenes and cover with trailing large flowers down each side.
- 1760 (circa)
- Made in: Staffordshire
- (Europe,United Kingdom,England,Staffordshire)
- Height: 12.8 centimetres (with cover)
- Diameter: 7.1 centimetres (base)
Body extensively repaired; cover repaired and restored; spout tip chipped.
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Object reference number: MCT12641
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