18 - 19 April 2012
PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF DR. LARRY AYRES
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A MEISSEN PORCELAIN CAFE-AU-LAIT GROUND WASTE-BOWL AND A BLUE AND WHITE SOUP PLATE
THE BOWL CIRCA 1750, BLUE CROSSED SWORDS AND PAINTER'S H MARKS, IMPRESSED CYPHER; THE PLATE CIRCA 1780, BLUE CROSSED SWORDS AND INDISTINCT PAINTER'S MARK, PRESSNUMMER 12
THE INTERIOR OF THE REEDED WASTE-BOWL PAINTED IN BLUE WITH INDIANISCHE BLUMEN BENEATH A FRETWORK BAND, THE SOUP PLATE WITH A DEUTSCHE BLUMEN BOUQUET, THE BORDER WITH ALTERNATE FLOWER SPRIGS AND INSECTS; TOGETHER WITH A CHINESE KANGXI BROWN-GROUND CONICAL TEABOWL, THE INTERIOR WITH TRAILING FLOWERS AND A SMALLER SIMILAR TEABOWL AND SAUCER
6 IN. (15.2 CM.) DIAMETER, THE WASTE BOWL (5)
JAMES A. LEWIS & SON, INC., NEW YORK CITY, 20 OCTOBER 1950 (THE BOWL.)
FREDERICK J. AND ANTOINETTE H. VAN SLYKE; SOTHEBY'S, NEW YORK, 26 SEPTEMBER 1989, LOT 77 (THE BOWL).
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BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, THE WALTERS ART GALLERY, 1954-1956 (THE BOWL).
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