London, South Kensington
21 November 2006
BURMANTOFTS FAIENCE; LARGE JARDINIÉRE AND STAND
earthenware glazed in colours with peacocks in a garden impressed marks, 2116 (shallow chip to inside foot rim of base) 41½in. (105.4cm.) high
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A similar pair in Christie's South Kensington, Arts and Crafts sale, 14 May 2002, lot 16 realised £23,500.
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