Frill Vase and Cover, c.1760
One of a set of three frill vases lavishly decorated with applied flowers and a female mask, and painted by the artist known as the “Moth and Bird” painter. The cover with a bird finial is delicately perforated. This early example of Derby production clearly reflects a strong influence of the Meissen style.
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