18 June 2002
A FAMILLE ROSE SQUARE BOTTLE
Second quarter 18th Century
With arching shoulder and short cylindrical neck, each side painted and brightly enamelled with highly stylised floral stems issuing from a vase, rim chips
10½ in. (26 cm.) high, wood cover
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It is been suggested that because part of the yellow stem on two panels appears to form a cross that such bottles may have been produced for the Portuguese or Spanish market
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