London, South Kensington
29 March 2001
Two Spode blue and white pierced shaped oval baskets and stands
with stylised fish mask handles and flared rims, printed with the 'Tiber' pattern, the border with a chain motif, printed mark, circa 1812 (minute chips and light staining to the stands, light glaze crazing generally), the stands -- 22.5cm. diam.See illustration (2)
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Cf. A.W. Coysh, Blue and White Transfer Ware 1780-1840 (1974), p. 78, pl. 106, for a Spode oval dish printed with the same pattern.
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