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Sale IT209 Lot 2009

PAIR OF WEDGWOOD & BENTLEY FAUX 'PORPHYRY' STONEWARE VASES AND COVERS circa 1775, impressed Wedgwood & Bentley : Etruria circular marks, of shield shape, the domed covers with ball finials, one cover a later replacement, the white stoneware body sprinkled in grey-blue in imitation of precious stone, the mouth and shoulder applied with creamware ornament of palmettes or drapery swags enriched with oiled gilding, above fluting, on a conforming socle foot and black basalt square base, h: 9 in. (2)

Provenance: David & Charlotte Zeitlin Collection, no. WB16 (labels).
Skinner, Boston, 9 September 2006, sale 2357, lot 254.
Jeffrey Milkins Collection, no. 465.
Estimate $2,000-3,000

Sold for $2,500.00


 
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