London, South Kensington
20 May 2014
MID-19TH CENTURY, PRINTED AND IMPRESSED MARKS AND PAINTED NUMERALS, THE VIENNA VASE 1790, UNDERGLAZE BLUE SHIELD MARK AND PRESSNUMMERN
Printed and painted with red-attic-figures, comprising: two pairs of amphora vases, a pair of ewers and a Portland vase, together with a Vienna amphora vase and a terracotta stammos vase, probably Italian and 19th century
The largest pair 11 in. (28 cm.) high approx.
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Please note that the English vases in this lot are printed and painted.
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