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Lot 58: DELLA ROBBIA POTTERY, BIRKENHEAD SQUAT BALUSTER VASE, LATE 19TH CENTURY 27cm high

Decorative Arts: Design Since 1860

by Lyon & Turnbull

October 26, 2016

Edinburgh, United Kingdom

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Description: DELLA ROBBIA POTTERY, BIRKENHEAD
SQUAT BALUSTER VASE, LATE 19TH CENTURY
incised and painted with a frieze of flowering foliage, incised maker''s mark to base with painted initial ''A'' and incicised initial ''F''
27cm high

Condition Report: Good overall condition
Minor firing flaw to shoulder
No damage or restoration


Condition Disclaimer
Under the Conditions of Sale applicable to the sale of the lot, buyers must satisfy themselves as to each and every aspect of the quality of the lot, including (without limitation) its authorship, attribution, condition, provenance, authenticity, age, suitability and origin. Lots are sold on an ''as is'' basis but the actual condition of the lot may not be as good as indicated by its outward appearance. In particular parts may have been replaced or renewed and lots may not be authentic or of satisfactory quality.

Any statement in relation to the lot is merely an expression of opinion of the seller or Lyon & Turnbull and should not be relied upon as an inducement to bid on the lot. Lots are available for inspection prior to the sale and you are strongly advised to examine any lot in which you are interested prior to the sale. Our condition report has not been prepared by a professional conservator, restorer or engineer.

Notes: Literature: Hyland, Peter ''The Della Robbia Pottery, Birkenhead, 1894 -1906'', 2013, pp. 141 and 177.
Note: The painted mark ''A'' is often ascribed to an ''Agnes *'', an early decorator. The simple incised F on earlier pieces is ascribed to clay decorator Harry Fletcher, however the more cursive F on this example suggests it was decorated by John Fogo.

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