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Dish, lead-glazed earthenware with slip decoration, made by Thomas Toft, Staffordshire, ca. 1680

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Dish, lead-glazed earthenware with slip decoration, made by Thomas Toft, Staffordshire, ca.

A STAFFORDSHIRE SLIPWARE DISH

A STAFFORDSHIRE SLIPWARE DISH CIRCA The pale-ochre ground painted in pale and dark-brown, the center with a relief-molded long-tailed bird perched on leafy branches, within a trellis-pattern border and tooled serrated rim in.

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Staffordshire slipware dish of James II and his wife by Thomas Toft the Stuart Grayson Perry.

Of necessity, the huge 'display' chargers made for local market by Staffordshire potters in the late 17th century were fired upright in the kiln, with the risk of partial collapse (as is this case). Thomas Toft, whose slip drawings is by far the most accomplished, has given his name to the whole class of pottery.

Of necessity, the huge 'display' chargers made for local market by Staffordshire potters in the late 17th century were fired upright in the kiln, with the risk of partial collapse (as is this case). Thomas Toft, whose slip drawings is by far the most accomplished, has given his name to the whole class of pottery.

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