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On display at V&A South Kensington
Ceramics, Room 139, The Curtain Foundation Gallery

Saucer

ca. 1850 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Saucer of lead-glazed earthenware, transfer-printed in underglaze black with a children tea-party inscribed 'LADIES ALL I PRAY MAKE FREE / AND TELL ME HOW YOU LIKE YOUR TEA'.


object details
Categories
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Lead-glazed earthenware, transfer-printed in underglaze black
Brief Description
Saucer inscribed 'Ladies all I pray make free...', lead-glazed earthenware transfer-printed in underglaze black, Thomas Fell & Co, St Peter's Pottery, Newcastle, 1850
Physical Description
Saucer of lead-glazed earthenware, transfer-printed in underglaze black with a children tea-party inscribed 'LADIES ALL I PRAY MAKE FREE / AND TELL ME HOW YOU LIKE YOUR TEA'.
Dimensions
  • Diameter: 12.1cm
Style
Marks and Inscriptions
  • 'LADIES ALL I PRAY MAKE FREE / AND TELL ME HOW YOU LIKE YOUR TEA' (Inscription)
  • 'F & Co' in a scrolled label (Maker's mark printed in black)
Gallery Label
Saucer Thomas Fell & Co, St Peter's Pottery, Newcastle, about 1850 Inscribed: "LADIES ALL I PRAY MAKE FREE / AND TELL ME HOW YOU LIKE YOUR TEA" Mark: "F & Co" in a scrolled label, printed in black Lead-glazed earthenware C.96-1945 Given by H T G Watkins(23/05/2008)
Credit line
Given by H. T. G. Watkins
Production
Made at St Peter's Pottery, Newcastle.
Subject depicted
Collection
Accession Number
C.96-1945

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record createdMarch 31, 2008
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