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Large Derby ewer, flower panels on marbled ground, c. 1825

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Large Derby ewer, superbly painted with panels of flowers reserved in gilt edged ovals on a mottled yellow marble ground, the lip with some fine giltwork. Red crown & baton mark, also painters number 27 in blue Circa 1825.

Condition

some loss to gold , hairline to base of handle

Size

35cm high.

References

ref. Nance 'Pottery & Porcelain of Swansea & Nantgarw' pl CVII p 291 fpr a similar jug, 'example fo Billingsley's work at Derby', also pl XCVIII B - Probable example of Billingsley's work on Derby

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