T0423SW.FOOTEDOINT.M  Attractive footed baluster shape saltglaze stoneware ointment  with mid brown speckled tigerglaze over grey body, early English, probably Dwight bulbous body turned into short wide neck topped with rounded angled lip.  Light wirecut flat base is unusual but not unheard of in Dwight but the lip and grey glaze is typical. Rare, extremely desirable and the most excellent glaze quality to this academically important item. 4 3/4"high, 3"diameter.  Small chip to lip expertly restored, £725

Extreme rare English stoneware footed ointment c1695