London, South Kensington
11 May 2006
A MAJOLICA JARDINIERE AND STAND
CIRCA 1880, PROBABLY AMERICAN, PAINTED NUMERALS TO JARDINIERE
The jardinière moulded with fish swimming above a band of bulrushes, lily-pads and lilies, and with flowering prunus branches, the stand moulded with a stiff leaf border to the rim (2)
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Cf. Nicholas M. Dawes, Majolica (New York, 1990), p. 173 for a similar example after Wedgwood.
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