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A PAIR OF WEDGWOOD BLACK BASALT EWERS after models supplied by John Flaxman, emblematic of Wine and Water, wine with a satyr handle holding the spout, above a goat's mask suspending vine swags, water with a triton handle and a dolphin's head suspending seaweed, on fluted stems and square bases (one handle repaired), impressed marks, circa 1800 -- 14½in. (37cm.) high

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A PAIR OF WEDGWOOD BLACK BASALT EWERS after models supplied by John Flaxman, emblematic of Wine and Water, wine with a satyr handle holding the spout, above a goat's mask suspending vine swags, water with a triton handle and a dolphin's head suspending seaweed, on fluted stems and square bases (one handle repaired), impressed marks, circa 1800 -- 14½in. (37cm.) high

Cf. Wolf, Mankowitz Wedgwood, pl. 68 for a pair of Wedgwood and Bentley examples. See also Robin Reilly and George Savage, The Dictionary of Wedgwood, p. 391, where it is noted that these were probably based on original antique models or on Renaissance metalwork (2)
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