A very good quality, 18th century creamware mould with a child and dog to the base. This depicts a child, with its’ head on a cushion, a basket in one hand and the other arm holding a dog. The moulding is extremely well detailed and would turn out very well.
It is English and it dates from c.1790. It has a rich, yellow glaze but, for creamware, it is relatively heavy.
Condition: There are two very small chips to high points within the mould but other than that it is in very good condition.
Dimensions: Length 18.7cm. Width 13.7cm. Depth 6.2cm.
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