3 - 5 June 2004
A PAIR OF CHELSEA PORCELAIN LETTUCE TUREENS AND COVERS
RED ANCHOR MARK TO ONE, CIRCA 1755
Each naturalistically modelled as an oval lettuce with scrolling leaf finial and enriched on the edges with green and with puce veins
5 1/8 in. (13 cm.) long (4)
with James A. Lewis & Son, Inc., New York.
Thelma Chrysler Foy; Parke-Bernet Galleries, New York, 13-16 May 1959, lot 150.
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For a similar tureen see F. Severne Mackenna, Chelsea Porcelain-The Red Anchor Wares, 1951, pl.33, no.67.
Christie's is selling all lots in this sale as agent for an organization which holds a State of New York Exempt Organization certificate. Seller explicitly reserves all trademark and trade name rights and rights of privacy and publicity in the name and image of Doris Duke. No buyer of any property in this sale will acquire any right to use the Doris Duke name or image. Seller further explicitly reserves all copyright rights in designs or other copyrightable works included in the property offered for sale. No buyer of any property in the sale will acquire the rights to reproduce, distribute copies of, or prepare derivative works of such designs or copyrightable works.
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