A Bow soft paste porcelain frill vase, circa 1760, of lobed ...
A Bow soft paste porcelain frill vase, circa 1760, of lobed inverted pear form with four sets of seven pierced holes to upper body, two female masks each surrounded by a wreath of flowers applied on opposite sides, two moulded flower sprays to opposite sides, further encrusted with flowers and painted with butterflies and insects, the lower body with frill-like row of petals from which rise stems bearing flowers in full relief, on a deep moulded foot with small moulded blue and yellow painted flowers, unmarked, paper label for 'Bow', 16 by 19cm high.
Provenance: Private Deceased Estate, purchased Collins & Clark, 81 Regent Street, London, 17-8-1976 for £95.
Various typical damage and losses. Cover no longer present.