London, South Kensington
21 October 2004
An English pearlware figure emblematic of Spring
Of Wood family type, modelled standing with flowing brown hair, scantily-draped in blue and green robes, holding a posy and a large cornucopia of blue and yellow flowers, standing on rocky green mound supported on a square plinth painted with underglaze blue flowerheads and foliage, gadrooned footrim
11 in. (28 cm.) high
Ex. Victor Gollancz & Harrison Collections, no. 15.
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