Pair of Staffordshire lustred Bulb pots and covers

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Pair of Rare W (***) Silver Lustre Bough Pots and Covers, of hemispherical shape, each on four bun feet, the lower section fluted, the rim moulded with an egg and dart pattern, the central panel colourfully painted with a frieze of summer flowers, all on a silver lustre ground, the moulding picked out in white each with a cover pierced with five bulb holders and five smaller holes.

Circa: 1805

Width: 24.5 cm (9 ¾ in)

See: Geoffrey Godden, “Staffordshire Porcelain”, pl. 719 and pls. 725-728.
for four other Bough Pots of similar shape bearing this mark and another flower container with the same mark and silver lustre ground.

Restoration to one front bun foot, one bulb holder and inner flange to one pot.

Item No. 639

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