A PAIR OF MINTON PORCELAIN TURQUOISE-GROUND QUADRUPLE SPILL VASES
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A PAIR OF MINTON PORCELAIN TURQUOISE-GROUND QUADRUPLE SPILL VASES

DATE CYPHER FOR 1869, IMPRESSED UPPERCASE MARK, MODEL NO. 1477 AND II, DESIGNED BY CHRISTOPHER DRESSER

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A PAIR OF MINTON PORCELAIN TURQUOISE-GROUND QUADRUPLE SPILL VASES
DATE CYPHER FOR 1869, IMPRESSED UPPERCASE MARK, MODEL NO. 1477 AND II, DESIGNED BY CHRISTOPHER DRESSER
Painted with beetles and daisies, the rims with bands of key and dot motif enclosed by gilt bands, raised on gilt ball feet
5 ¾ in. (14.5 cm.) high

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A similar blue-ground daisy and beetle spill vase was exhibited The Fine Art Society, Truth Beauty Power, The Designs of Dr Christopher Dresser, The John Scott Collection, Cat. 18. Another example of this same 'complex' tubular shape, is illustrated J. Jones, Minton, The First Two Hundred Years of Design and Production, Shrewsbury, 1983, p. 90.

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