London, South Kensington
1 November 2001
A pair of Coalport flower-encrusted baluster vases
painted by John Randall with vignettes of 'Sèvres' birds, between leaf moulded sections, the dark-blue-ground gilt with vermicular pattern, with pierced lobed rims, circa 1845 (some chips and cracks) -- 21cm. high
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Cf. Michael Messenger, Coalport 1795-1925 (1995), p. 213, pl. 172.
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