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    Sale 2159

    19th Century Furniture, Sculpture, Works of Art and Ceramics

    21 April 2009, New York, Rockefeller Plaza

  • Lot 110

    A MINTONS TURQUOISE-GROUND 'OVAL QUEEN'S VASE', COVER AND STAND

    DATE CYPHERS FOR 1874, GILT GLOBE AND DOUBLE FLAG MARK, IMPRESSED UPPERCASE MARK, MODEL NO. 626, 8 AND CYPHERS, RETAILER'S MARK FOR A.B. DANIELL & SON, LONDON, THE PAINTING ATTRIBUTED TO ANTONIN BOULLEMIER

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    A MINTONS TURQUOISE-GROUND 'OVAL QUEEN'S VASE', COVER AND STAND
    DATE CYPHERS FOR 1874, GILT GLOBE AND DOUBLE FLAG MARK, IMPRESSED UPPERCASE MARK, MODEL NO. 626, 8 AND CYPHERS, RETAILER'S MARK FOR A.B. DANIELL & SON, LONDON, THE PAINTING ATTRIBUTED TO ANTONIN BOULLEMIER
    After the Sèvres model 'Vase Ecritoire Uni', finely painted with a domestic view of a mother with two children, the reverse with a hunting trophy
    15¼ in. (38.7 cm.) high (3)


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    The Minton's shape books refer to this piece as the Queen's Vase and it is likely that the manufactory had access to the Sèvres example that resides in The British Royal Collection. Cf. Marcelle Brunet and Tamara Préaud, Sèvres des Origines a Nos Jours, Fribourg, 1978, p. 188, fig. 193.

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    This lot is offered without reserve.


    Pre-Lot Text

    PROPERTY FROM A MID-ATLANTIC PRIVATE COLLECTION