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Sale IT209 Lot 2078

WEDGWOOD BLUE AND WHITE SOLID JASPERWARE 'TWO RUINED COLUMNS' VASE circa 1786-95, impressed uppercase mark, after the Antique, modeled as the ruins of two white fluted columns, set on a weathered rectangular plinth molded with panels of classical figures, applied overall with lichen and foliage, h: 7 3/4 x w: 8 1/4 x d: 4 1/2 in.

Provenance: A. Monnie & Susan S. Kanter Collection (labels).
Skinner, Boston, 31 May 1997, sale 1778, lot 181 (front cover illustration).
Dallas Auction Gallery, Dallas, TX, 2 January 2006, lot 193.
Jeffrey Milkins Collection, no. 464.

Catalogue Note:
For a similar example from the Stuart and Carita Kadison Collection, see Robin Reilly, 'Wedgwood Jasper', color pls. C.52 and 'Wedgwood', Vol. I, C183, then sold, Skinner, Boston, 1 October 2010, lot 109.

Literature: Wedgwood Society of New York Journal, Ars Ceramic, 'Wedgwood & Bentley The Art of Deception', Number 11, April, 1994, p. 28, (featured as the control piece).
Estimate $6,000-8,000

Sold for $11,000.00

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