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Sale IT209 Lot 2080

WEDGWOOD LIGHT-BLUE SOLID JASPERWARE 'DANCING HOURS' SALT CELLAR; AN INKWELL AND A FIGURE OF A 'DANCING HOUR' the first two, circa 1786-1795, impressed uppercase marks to all, of drum-shape, applied in relief with the 'Dancing Hours', the mouth and foot rim with a guilloche band, the interior lapidary polished, h: 2 1/8 x dia: 3 in.; the engine-turned inkwell, cylindrical, the scalloped gallery applied in white relief with a band of anthemion, h: 2 1/8 x dia: 2 3/4 in. ; the lilac-purple jasperware figure of a muse, 20th Century, modeled with arms wide in a flowing gown, h: 3 3/8 in. (3)

Provenance: Bernard & Lydia Starr Collection - the first two.
Stair Galleries, Hudson, New York, 1 November 2019, lot 163 - the first two.
Jeffrey Milkins Collection, nos. 932, 933 and 3011.

Catalogue Note:
For a similar salt in the Wedgwood Museum, see Robin Reilly, 'Wedgwood Jasper', p. 175, pl. 214.
Estimate $300-500

Sold for $175.00


 
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