26: Fourteen Small Creamware Culinary Molds, England, l
Fourteen Small Creamware Culinary Molds, England, late 18th/early 19th century, varying shapes and sizes including an elephant; pineapple; two of pears; a star design; two of fish; oak leaves with acorns; three berries and a leaf; fruit; ear of corn; a daisy; an iris; and a lamb; lg. 2 3/4 to 4 7/8 in.
Condition: Elephant: very good condition throughout.
Pineapple: 1/2" rim hairline; 1" hairline to the body.
Two of pears: one with shallow chip and overall glaze wear to the rim; one in very good condition.
Stars: very good condition throughout.
Two of fish: one in very good condition; one with two 1/8" shallow surface chips.
Oak leaves: heavily stained.
Three berries: even glaze wear along the rim.
Fruits: two rim hairlines 1 and 1 1/4".
Corn: very good condition throughout.
Daisy: very good condition throughout.
Iris: areas of staining; 1/2" rim hairline.
Lamb: slightest rim nick.
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