A pair of Royal Worcester ivory ground spill vases

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A pair of Royal Worcester ivory ground spill vases
of tapering form each applied with a frog enriched in matt brown and gilt, the ground moulded with ivy enriched in matt and gilt and a ground moulded to simulate wood, one puce and impressed marks, date letter for 1878 -- 8.7cm. high; and a Royal Worcester ivory ground two-handled vase painted and gilt with stylised flowers, a lesser spray to the reverse (wear)
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Lot Essay

Cf. Henry Sandon, Royal Worcester Porcelain, (London 1973), pl. 64 for an example of the first item
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