A Neale creamware vase, the surface sprinkled with powdered cobalt to simulate porphyry, applied with swags in which are two medallions and with eagle head handles and on a basalt base with circular mark impressed 'I NEALE HANLEY'

A Neale creamware vase, the surface sprinkled with powdered cobalt to simulate porphyry, applied with swags in which are two medallions and with eagle head handles and on a basalt base with circular mark impressed ‘I NEALE HANLEY’



A Neale creamware vase, the surface sprinkled with powdered cobalt to simulate porphyry, applied with swags in which are two medallions and with eagle head handles and on a basalt base with circular mark impressed ‘I NEALE HANLEY’. ¬†This vase was exhibited at the Stoke-on-Trent Museum exhibition in 1986 and was 161 in their catalogue entitled ‘CREAMWARE & Pearlware’
Just minor wear and cover lacking
c. 1780
7.75″ high
£750