London, South Kensington
20 November 2002
A garniture of three Mason's Ironstone 'Bandana Ware' vases, covers and two liners
Circa 1845, imitation Oriental square seal marks in blue
Each of fluted baluster form, with dog of fo finials to the pierced domed covers and the two liners, the dragon and scroll-moulded handles enriched in green, printed and painted with mythical beasts and flowers among swirling clouds on a richly gilt ground
the centre vase -- 15¼in. (38.8cm.) high, the flanking vases -- 13½in. (34.3cm.) high (3)
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Cf. Gaye Blake Roberts, Mason's The First Two Hundred Years (London, 1996) pp. 110-1, pls. 113-4; see also the garniture sold Christie's, King Street, 13 February 1984, lot 238.
Please note that no condition report is stated in this description.
Also note that this lot will be removed to the warehouse of Cadogan Tate Ltd. if not cleared by 1.00 p.m. on 21 November 2002.
Please refer to "Storage and Collection" on page 174 of the printed catalogue.
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