26 January 2010,
Price realised USD 1,250
USD 1,000 - USD 1,500
A DUTCH DELFT RIBBED VASE
CIRCA 1760, PROBABLY DE DOBBELDE SCHENCKEN
The ribbed double-gourd bottle decorated in the Cashmire style and palette, a mask and lappets suspending garlands below the mouth, the body painted overall with Chinoiserie flowers and plants, exotic birds in the branches
8 3/8 in. (21.3 cm.) high
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See Meijer Lavino, et al, The Lavino Collection, n.d., p. 148 for a rectangular tea caddy marked for De Dobbelde Schencken similarly decorated to the present vase and with the same firing problems causing the decoration to run.
This lot is offered without reserve.
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