English Slipware | Ham Stand | Puel Nick
English Slipware | Ham Stand | Puel Nick
English Slipware | Ham Stand | Puel Nick
English Slipware | Ham Stand | Puel Nick
English Slipware | Ham Stand | Puel Nick
English Slipware | Ham Stand | Puel Nick
English Slipware | Ham Stand | Puel Nick

ENGLISH SCHOOL (17th Century )

English Slipware | Ham Stand | Puel Nick

c. 1773 England

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Slipware Ham Stand believed to come from the Halifax area of Yorkshire,dated 1773 with the initials E R. A Pottery was in existence at Puel Nick. Founded in c. 1650, the pottery was in existence until c. 1840 and was owned by the family Halliday. They are recorded as having produced slipware pieces.

There are stylistic similarities with the ^Slipware Butter Dish at the Museum of London where there are the initials I T B and the year 1810.

In both cases, the white slip of the initials and date stand proud of the surface and there are strong similarities of the earthenware used.

Both the slip and the unglazed earthenware to the underside of the stand bear many similarities to other slipware museum pieces and pieces for sale.
An area of the stand where probable burning has occured, generally knife marks to the stand as would be expected from a domestic piece in regular use. Generally the stand has the characteristic of a fairly crude glaze.
O Grabham Yorkshire Potteries Potts and Potters (Coultras York 1916)

^Museum of London Exhibit C1144 a Slipware Butter Dish
Dimensions
Height 18.30 cm (7.20 inches)
Diameter 20.90 (8.23 inches)
Medium
Slipware
Signed/Inscribed
Initials E R and the date 1773
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