30 June - 1 July 2015
A BLOOR DERBY PORCELAIN FOREST-GREEN AND GOLD GROUND ARMORIAL 'WARWICK' VASE
CIRCA 1830, IRON-RED GARTER MARK
Of typical form, the entwined grapevine handles suspending fruit below the gadrooned rim, each handle terminal centering the crest of a lion above a cap of maintenance and surmounted by a crown, finely painted front and back with a still-life of fruit
13 ½ in. (34.2 cm.) wide, overall
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For similar vase on variant base see The Estate of Noreen Drexel, Christie's, New York, 4-5 March 2014, lot 164.
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