London, South Kensington
24 October 1996
A Copeland majolica ewer
the oviform body applied with winged maiden below the spout terminating in leaves below the waist, on a band of moulded scrolling foliage between shell moulded and gadrooned sections, supported on domed foot, the handle moulded as fruiting vines, circa 1870 -- 35cm. high
Rörstrands Collection no. 12.
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Marilyn G. Karmason and Joan B. Stacke Majolica. A Complete History and Illustrated Survey (New York 1989) p. 117 top right for a similar example.
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