London, South Kensington
5 November 2008
A WORCESTER 'DOLPHIN' EWER
Shell-moulded with a lamprey handle, entwined dolphins below the spout, decorated in coloured enamels, on a speading oval foot moulded with stiff leaves
5 in. (12.6 cm.) high
The Selwyn Parkinson Collection, Part 1., Sotheby's London, 29 March 1966, lot 36.
with H.R. Marden King, Winchester, 1966.
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