A rare, pair of early 18th century continental tin-glazed earthenware storage jars.

September 18, 2019 2:05 pm Published by

Cylindrical neck with stylised decoration. The ovoid body decorated with a wide band of large flowerheads and floral sprays, and the flat base with a smaller band of the same decoration. Decorated in blue on a white glaze. Restored with tap holes probably added this century to the front to disguise old lamp holes. Mounted onto modern gilded baess. Possibly French or Italian.

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