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Sale IT196 Lot 514

PAIR OF WEDGWOOD CREAMWARE PUCE DECORATED ROCAILLE SHELL MOLDED DESSERT DISHES circa 1770, Staffordshire, the decoration attributed to James Bakewell in the Rococo taste, each dish finely enameled with a flower spray, a tulip and scattered sprigs, the shell molded edge shaded in a crimson shade of puce, w: 10.25 in. (2)


Provenance: With Wynn A. Sayman, Richmond, MA, 7 January, 1994; Estate of Tom and Lee Stanley English Creamware Collection

Literature: Robin Reilly, Wedgwood, pl. c48.
The Victoria & Albert Museum, no. C.71-1914 for a
variant rocaille-molded dish decorated by James
Bakewell.
Estimate $700-900

Sold for $800.00


 
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