19 - 20 March 2001
A GARNITURE OF THREE WORCESTER YELLOW GROUND VASES WITH PIERCED COVERS
The centre vase painting en grisaille with a view of Worcester, named within the gilt surround and reserved on a yellow ground, the necks and slender feet with spiral bands of gilt and yellow on square bases, domed pierced covers with bud finials and angular scroll handles, (one finial restored, the central vase cracked to underside of base)
32.5 and 24 cm.
See illustration (3)
The Barry Bryne Collection, Christie's Sydney 15 & 16th July 1992, Lot 617
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