London, South Kensington
30 March 2006
Six 18th-Century English Delft footed, shallow-cupped ointment-pots,
of differing sizes, three with blue stylized foliage decoration, one inscribed in blue for Fisher & Co. 112/8 Conduit Street Hanover Sqr and another for Waller & Son Guilford, and one plain - largest 4.5cm. (1¾in.) high and 2.6cm. (1in.) high; and two 18th-Century English Delft rouge pots, of cup-shape - both 2.1cm. ( 7/8in.) high (8)
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Two of the ointment-pots and the two rouge-pots have labels on the base for L.L.L. Collection, initialled for Louis L. Lipski, and are numbered 648, 778, 833 and 834.
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