Antique Fielding Majolica Shell & Net Pitcher -SOLD

SOLD

For your consideration, a scarce Antique Majolica pitcher made by Simon Fielding of the Railway Pottery, Stoke on Trent, c. 1880. The well known Shell & Fish Net pattern on a turquoise ground, shows two different realistically molded & colored shell groupings with seaweed on either side against a raised fish net, the cobalt blue base is formed by churning waves. The pink handle is in the form of a coral branch. There is a shell shaped spout and a yellow roped upper rim, pink interior. Unbelievable mold work & clear precise glazing.

Marked with an English Lozenge Registry, unreadable.

6 1/2″ high X 7″ handle to spout.

There is a chip to the underside of the footing, seen only to the bottom. The piece sits stable.

Current stock is : Out of stock

 

 

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