23 January 2009
AN ENGLISH OR IRISH DELFT BLUE AND WHITE FLASK
CIRCA 1750, LIVERPOOL OR PERHAPS DUBLIN
Painted below reserved lozenge pattern and painted foliate bands with a vignette of stylized prunus and chrysanthemums issuing from pierced rockwork, the reverse with a prunus branch
9 in. (22.8 cm.) high
With Anthony S. Werneke, Pond Eddy, New York, 1984 (as Liverpool).
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PLEASE NOTE THAT DUTCH AND ENGLISH DELFT (LOTS 117-149) WILL START THE SALE AT 2 P.M. and not at approximately 11 a.m. as stated on the title page of the printed catalogue.
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