31 March 2008
A WÜRZBURG WHITE MODEL OF AN URN
The tapering baluster urn moulded with a geometric frieze and garlanded with roses, a heron modelled perched on the frieze spreading its wings, supported on a square section fluted plinth festooned with swags of laurel leaves (replacement head and wing, associated lacquering to body, restoration to edge of upper rim, frieze, small sections of two swags, slight chipping to applied flowers and leaves, minute chipping to corners)
5 5/8 in. (14.2 cm.) high
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Hans-Peter Trenschel and Ludwig Wamser, Würzburger Porzellan, Maninfränkisches Museum, Würzburg, Exhibition Catalogue, 11th-14th December 1986, cat. no. 66, pls. 74 & 75.
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