28 November 2006
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A PAIR OF HELENA WOLFSOHN PORCELAIN BALUSTER-FORM ARMORIAL VASES AND COVERS,
SPURIOUS AR MONOGRAM MARKS, LATE 19TH CENTURY,
each of baluster form with dolphin handles painted in the style of Mid 18th Century Meissen with Augustus III and his wife, daughter of Louis XV of France enclosed within the chain and order of Saint Esprit, the revers with a boar hunt
17in. (43.2cm.) high (2)
Supplied by Alberto Pinto.
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