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Sale IT209 Lot 2077

WEDGWOOD & BENTLEY LIGHT-BLUE SOLID JASPERWARE OVAL PLAQUE, 'TRIUMPH OF BACCHUS' circa 1779, impressed WEDGWOOD & BENTLEY, first modeled by William Hackwood in February 1776, applied in white high relief with a young Bacchus in a horse drawn chariot attended by a putto carrying a double mask and a besotted satyr carrying a large jug, h: 7 x w: 10 1/4 in., within a wood frame

Provenance: Lord Wantage Collection.
William Bartlett Collection.
Milton Milestone Collection.
Sotheby Parke Bernet, Inc., New York, Part II, 6 April 1976, lot 344.
Skinner, Boston, 3 April 1993, lot 127.
Jeffrey Milkins Collection, no. 257.

Catalogue Note:
For a smaller example from the Beeson Collection, now in the Birmingham Museum of Art, accession no. 1985.427, see, Robin Reilly and George Savage, 'The Dictionary of Wedgwood', p. 29.

Exhibitions: Wedgwood International Seminar, Dearborn, 5-7 May 1966.

Literature: Catalogue of a Collection of Old Wedgwood Ware Formed by William Bartlett, no. 284.
Estimate $4,000-6,000

Sold for $3,500.00

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