An 18thC English antique blue and white delftware flower brick, probably Liverpool, circa 1760.
Decorated in underglaze blue, with twenty-three ringed flower holes, decorated with a stylised building with a large tower, flanked by trees. References: Archer M (1997) Delftware, I.14, p369 and Grigsby L (2000) The Longridge Collection, D.376, p.417.
Condition – The glaze has some minor fritting but overall, it is in good condition and displays well. Please refer to the images. A further detailed condition report is available upon request.
Size: Width 12 cm (5″)
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