London, South Kensington
11 April 2006
A CERAMIC PORTRAIT VASE, DESIGNED C.1894-1897
model no.581/1326, modeller no.5, manufactured by Amphora, woman's head en-face, with oxeyed daisies in her hair, blue underglaze mark to underside for 1894-1897 AMPHORA TURN 1326, with impressed marks 5 581 AMPHORA, additionaly with red printed manufacturer's mark TURN TEPLITZ BOHEMIA
8¼in. (20.8cm.) high
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