February 12, 2021 09:00 AM EST Asheville, North Carolina


750

A Rare Fulham Salt Glazed Silver Mounted Mug

London, attributed to John Dwight's Fulham Pottery, circa 1705, with a crowned "AR" excise mark for Queen Anne, covered in reddish brown iron slip ending just above the ribbed foot band, the front stamped with an oval seal of Britannia, probably cut by Regnier Arondeaux (Flemish, active 1678-1702), the rim fitted with a later silver mount stamped "1=4=12" and two maker's marks, 5 in.

Note: For an almost identical example of a Fulham attributed stoneware mug with Britannia medallion and "AR" excise mark, see Ceramics in America, 2002, "Brown Mugs and Jugs: A Personal Foray into the Field of Collecting" by James Glenn, pages 171-190, fig. 4.

Provenance:Garry Atkins, London; Exhibited in "Garry Atkins, An Exhibition of English Pottery", March 2004, no. 29 (accompanied by copy of catalogue page); Property from the Collection of Dudley and Constance Godfrey

Condition:

professional restoration to handle with commensurate glaze hairline, hairline to foot, interior chip, interior firing crack to Britannia stamp, resoldered silver mount at seam

Estimate: $800 - $1,200
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$2,952
02/12/2021

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