20 January 2008,
London, South Kensington
Price Realised GBP 875
A WEDGWOOD CREAMWARE CHARGER AND TWO HARDING POTTERY OVAL DISHES
MID-19TH CENTURY, ALL WITH IMPRESSED MARKS AND SCRIPT TITLES
The charger painted by George Eyre with a scene after Boucher of scantily draped maiden flanked by putti attendants amongst clouds, within ochre-lined rim, titled L'Aurore. d'apès Parmesianiny., the oval dishes, also by George Eyre, painted with classical maidens playing the tambourine and triangle, titled Le Tambour de Basque/ and Le Triangle, signed
The charger 19¼ in. (49 cm.) diam. (3)
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'The Hackwood Tray' sold Christie's London, 2 November 1998, demonstrates similar allegorical subject matter, palette and handling of drapery as in the examples sold here.
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