BRISLINGTON DELFT (c.1652-1746) Brislington Blue and White Delftware Posset Pot and Cover (1690 England)
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Fuddling cup London or Bristol,England; 1650–1700 Earthenware (delftware) Since at least the 1600s, the word fuddle or fuddled has been a generic term to describe alcoholic beverages and the minds of those who drank too much. Associated with drinking games, fuddling cups are made of three to twelve (or even more) joined vessels with holes that allow liquor to flow between them. Some have inscribed drinking rhymes, good wishes, initials, or dates.
An English Delft blue and white chinoiserie puzzle-jug. Third quarter of the 17th century, London or perhaps Brislington
A Fuddling cup is a drinking puzzle. You have to drink from them in the correct order or you will spill.
An assembled five piece Dutch Delft blue and white garniture of octagonal baluster vases and covers with 'parrot pecking fruit' finials, blue 'LPK' marks to the largest pair, blue 'W/899' mark to the single vase, late 18th/19th century.
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Bras de lumière patronymique à décor « a compendiario » un personnage en demi relief tient un godet au bout de son bras tendu dans lequel on mettait la bougie, inscription Nicolas d’un côté et de l’autre nom grattée et la date 1671. Nevers, 1671 Restauration à la main H : 42 cm
A London delft drug jar : The British Antique Dealers' Association