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A porcelain flower-encrusted inkstand

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A porcelain flower-encrusted inkstand
probably Minton, with looped branch handle, the inkwells and covers modelled as dahlia heads, above a leaf-moulded base applied with flowers and foliage, supported on acorn-branch feet, circa 1830 -- 27cm. wide
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Cf. Geoffrey A. Godden, Minton Pottery & Porcelain of the First Period 1793-1850 (1968), pl. 88, for a design for a similar-shaped inkstand
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