Lot 18 (Twentieth Century Art & Design, 11th September 2020)
Sold for £250
A Martin Brothers stoneware single handled wine pitcher, the body inscribed 'Welcome my friende, Drink with a noble hearte, But yet, Before you drink too much, Departe for though good wine doth make a coward stout, Yet when the wine is in, The wit is out', inscised Martin London verso, h.24.5cm
Appears unrestored and in original condition throughout.
Firing crack / blemishes to underside area of handle at top join, and to both sides and above handle at bottom join.
Typical firing and glaze surface imperfections, but no later damages noted.
Condition reports must be considered as a matter of opinion and not fact.
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