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Pair of Chelsea (attrib.) 18th Century Frill Vases

England Ca. 1760

A pair of 18th Century exotic bird and applied flower head frill vases attributed to the Chelsea factory. The body of the porcelain has a heavy cream color.

Price

SOLD

Condition

The gold is in a remarkable state barely showing any rubbing. There a some firing cracks done in the manufacturing process and what looks to be a small chip repair done before the glaze was applied. One vase has a re-stuck peak on the rim edge. Minor scattered petal chips.

Measurements

8" H X 5.5" W X 4.25" D

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