20 April 2007
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A PAIR OF DAVENPORT VASES
Circa 1810-20, IRON-RED D OR O OR SQUARE MARK
Each of baluster form, the waisted neck gilt with anthemion and variant foliate scrollwork, flanked by gilt-enriched female winged herm handles, finely painted to one side with a floral bouquet including tulips, roses and convolvulus or chrysanthemum, the reverse with ripe fruit, on a conforming socle and square base
9¾ in. (24.8 cm.) high (2)
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See Geoffrey Godden, Staffordshire Porcelain, Hampshire, 1983, p. 155, p. 228 for a Davenport vase of the same form.
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