9 June 2014
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THREE ENGLISH PORCELAIN GREEK-REVIVAL TWO-HANDLED VASES
CIRCA 1860, BLACK PRINTED S.A. & CO TO ONE FOR SAMUEL ALCOCK OR HILL POTTERY CO.
Comprising: a large orange-ground vase with bird and mask handles decorated with a satyr playing the pipes, Dionis and maenads to the obverse; a small vase with Nike beneath a stylized border; and a smaller vase with a satyr and maenads
16¾ in. (42.5 cm.) high, the largest (3)
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