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Sale IT209 Lot 2088

PAIR OF WEDGWOOD PALE-LILAC SOLID JASPERWARE CIRCULAR PLAQUES OF DOMESTIC EMPLOYMENT circa 1783, impressed uppercase marks, after designs by Elizabeth Upton, Lady Templeton (1747-1823), modeled by William Hackwood, both applied in white relief with either a woman tending children or spinning in a landscape vignette, dia: 9 3/4 in., with wood frames (2)

Provenance: Skinner, Boston, 3 April 1993, lot 248.
Jeffrey Milkins Collection, no. 242.

Catalogue Note:
For a similar lilac dip example, dated circa 1783, see The Victoria & Albert Museum, accession no. CIRC.753-1956
Estimate $700-900

Sold for $500.00


 
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