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Matched Pair of Derby Regency Porcelain Potpourri, Ca. 1825

United Kingdom Ca. 1825

A near pair by the same maker. They are English semi-porcelain not true porcelain as is most early English production. Gilded pineapple finials, Satyr’s masks, hand painted scenic decoration, lion’s paw feet and other gilded highlights on a “Warwick Vase” form. All these designs were popular during the Regency period.

Price

$1,375

Condition

Excellent. Some minor rubbing of the high spots of the gold.

Measurements

Height: 6 in.
Diameter: 5.25 in.

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