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Another copper lustre motif that was used during the Tea Leaf era is called “Morning Glory” because of its resemblance to that flower. Collectors of Tea Leaf also eagerly seek out this motif. Here is the “Morning Glory” design on a rounded “Richelieu” body, unmarked, ca. 1880, excellent lustre & only minor “rust” dots in the glaze (these tiny dots were caused by impurities in the clay during the making). Overall 7” tall.

Item ID: BMA-253

Ironstone "Morning Glory" Design Covered Sugar Bowl

$100 USD


Blue Mantel Antiques


Kyle Husfloen and Torsten Kerr
Palm Springs
CA
  

Specializing in glass and ceramics from the 19th and 20th century

Specializing in glass and ceramics from the 19th and 20th century

Exclusive Ruby Lane Member since 2012

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