7 April 2009,
Price realised USD 7,500
USD 3,000 - USD 5,000
A GROUP OF WORCESTER SHELL-DECORATED WARES
CIRCA 1800-1815, INCISED B MARKS TO THE CUPS AND SAUCERS, PUCE SCRIPT LONDON HOUSE AND IMPRESSED CROWNED MONOGRAM MARKS TO THE VASE, THE SHELL PAINTING ATTRRIBUTED TO THOMAS BAXTER
Comprising a Flight and Barr faux grey-marble ground teacup, coffee-can and two graduated saucers, each painted with a still-life of shells within a canted gilt panel reserved on the faux grey-marble ground, gilt rims; and a Flight, Barr & Barr footed drum-form spill vase, painted with similar shells on a gilt seaweed ground between beaded bands
3¾ in. (9.5 cm.) high, the vase (5)
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This lot is offered without reserve.
Albert & Rose Laine Collection, no. 152 (the saucers).
With Earle Vandekar, New York (the cups and saucers).
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