Late 18th Century Creamware Egg Drainer Made Yorkshire Circles Circa 1790


Made in Yorkshire circa 1790, this creamware egg drainer has lovely symmetrical piercings, including four heart shapes. For a small useful item, it is exceptionally beautiful. Pierced with an openwork pattern, the drainer has a short handle molded with scrollwork and a small round piercing for hanging on a wall. For a similar example, see Creamware and Other English Pottery At Temple Newsam House, Leeds, p.114.

Dimensions: 3.25″ diameter x 3.75″ from the end of the handle to the front of the drainer

Condition: Excellent

In stock

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