7 May 2008
A PAIR OF JAPANESE IMARI TRUMPET VASES
EDO PERIOD, LATE 17TH CENTURY
Painted with flowers and bamboo and applied with branches of prunus beneath a floral border and flared rim; together with a Chinese Imari dish and tankard, 18th Century, decorated with pavilions amongst trees and rockwork, the tankard with peonies and chrysanthemums
10¾ in. (27.5 cm.) high (4)
Probably acquired by Sir John Gladstone for Seaforth House, Liverpool.
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