6 December 2004
A LOWESTOFT BLUE AND WHITE BALUSTER CREAM-JUG
Transfer-printed with an oriental crossing a bridge before a tall chinoiserie building between rockwork, the reverse with a wooded river island (slight graze to lip, chip to footrim)
3½ in. (9 cm.) high
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Fenichell Basmajian, New York, 1-15 November 2001, no. 127.
John Howell, 'Transfer-printed Lowestoft Porcelain', E.C.C. Transactions, Vol. 7, pt. 3 (1970), pl. 188 (c).
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