2 Vases

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Object Name: 
2 Vases
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Not on Display
about 1765
Primary Description: 
2 Vases. Copper-green lead glass; blown, gilded. Each has transparent green glass with few bubbles and sand impurities; wear marks at base. Body with rounded shoulder and straight walls tapering towards concave base with very rough pontil mark, short cylindrical neck with uneven rim, a lady with a fan, surrounded by branches, leaves, flowers (roses and daisies) and ornamental motifs, below rim a broad saw-tooth and a plain ring, above base another plain ring, on the reverse sprays of flowers.
Davis, Cecil, Source