London, South Kensington
20 November 2002
A pair of Derby dark-blue-ground campana vases
Circa 1820, crown, crossed batons and D marks in iron-red and inscribed in iron-red, Robert Bloor & Co.
With gilt-edge foliage-moulded handles, painted in the manner of Daniel Lucas with named views In Italy and In North Wales, inscribed in iron-red on the bases, within gilt octagonal cartouches and flanked by richly gilt scrolling folaige, anthemion and tendrils, the lower parts and circular spreading stems similarly gilt, on square bases edged with gilt cable ornament on a blue ground
12¾in. (32.5cm.) high (2)
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Cf. John Twitchett, Derby Porcelain (London, 1980), p. 258, pl. 357 for a similar pair of vases possibly by Daniel Lucas Senior.
Please note that no condition report is stated in this description.
Also note that this lot will be removed to the warehouse of Cadogan Tate Ltd. if not cleared by 1.00 p.m. on 21 November 2002.
Please refer to "Storage and Collection" on page 174 of the printed catalogue.
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