London, South Kensington
17 May 2001
A Thomas Webb & Sons 'ivory' tapering vase
carved with a spray of lilies below a band of stiff leaves, the foot with a band of fretted lappet shaped panels and leaves, etched mark, circa 1885 (the base drilled for electricity) -- 31cm. high
See front cover illustration
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Cf. Ray & Lee Glover, English Cameo Glass (1980), p. 431.
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