18 November 2008
A CONTINENTAL FAYENCE CABBAGE TUREEN AND COVER
Naturally modelled as a cabbage with overlapping leaves with green veins, applied with a snail and fruit, standing on four smaller leaves, the cover moulded as a leaf with an ochre apple finial (small area of restoration by one fruit, slight cracks to rim, some chipping to edges of leaves and cover)
8¾ in. (22.3 cm.) high overall
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For a Holics tureen and cover of the same form, see Ákos Kiss, Ungarische Barock-Fayencen (Budapest, 1966), pl. 18.
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