18 April 2007
A Porcelain Vase
Probably Imperial Porcelain Factory, St. Petersburg, second half 19th cenutry
Of bottle form, the white body molded with central beaded roundels, applied at the sides with two horned satyr's masks issuing leaf-tip scrolls, on a circular foot, mark effaced
13½ (34.3 cm.) high
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Post Lot Text
For a vase of identical form and applied decoration from the period of Alexander III, see Imperatorskii Farforovyi Zavod, 1744-1904, St. Petersburg, 2003, p. 274, fig. 409.
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