London, South Kensington
24 May 2001
A pair of Rockingham dark-blue-ground cylindrical candlesticks
each with a flared lower section moulded with yellow, green and white overlapping leaves, the centeral pink knopped section issuing trailing ivy, the candle sconces moulded with futher leaves, enriched with gilt, puce griffin marks and iron-red cl4, circa 1835 (some minor staining, cracks, and rubbing to gilding) -- 19cm. high
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Cf. D. G. Rice, Rockingham Ornamental Porcelain (1965), p. 123, pl. 65.
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