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Sale IT209 Lot 2007

WEDGWOOD & BENTLEY 'TORTOISESHELL-GLAZED' CREAMWARE TWO-HANDLED CASSOLETTE circa 1769-80, impressed Wedgwood & Bentley : Etruria disc mark, of inverted pear form flanked by bracket handles suspending drapery swags heightened in oiled gilding, modeled in sections, the interchangeable top reversing to form either a finial or a candle holder, the faux marbling on both the interior and exterior in shades of brown, green, ochre and cream, raised on a square incurved black basalt plinth, h: 12 in.

Provenance: Stuart & Carita Kadison Collection, no. 417.
Skinner, Boston, 1 October, 2010, sale 2519B, lot 73.
Jeffrey Milkins Collection, no. 602.
Estimate $600-800

Sold for $900.00


 
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