21 April 2009
A WEDGWOOD FAIRYLAND LUSTRE SMALL 'IMPERIAL BOWL'
CIRCA 1920, BLACK PRINTED AND GILT ENRICHED PORTLAND VASE MARK, RED PATTERN NO. Z5407
In the 'Willow' pattern, the blue lustre exterior painted in colors and enriched with junks and lanterns hanging from leafy boughs, the footrim with a 'Rothwell Bead' band; the interior in flame lustre with a central medallion of a pagoda and fences among trees at the water's edge
6½ in. (16.5 cm.) diameter
Robert C. Butz Collection, no. 43.
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