London, South Kensington
7 June 2001
A pair of Derby (Sampson Hancock) apple-green ground ewers
each with high scroll handles with ram head terminals, painted allover with insects among bouquets of roses, tulips and other garden flowers and scattered sprigs, on flared feet moulded and gilt with arcaded sections upon square bases, iron-red mark, circa 1880 (some damages and repairs) -- 32cm. high
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