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A carved ivory ewer with silver-gilt mounts, German, circa 1900
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A carved ivory ewer with silver-gilt mounts, German, circa 1900
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A carved ivory ewer with silver-gilt mounts, German, circa 1900
elaborately carved overall with scenes of bacchic revelry, supported on the backs of three bowed fauns, the handle carved as a nymph carrying a putto on her shoulders, chased silver-gilt mounts
52cm, 20 1/2 in high
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Catalogue Note

For a very similar ewer and dish from the Oxley Bequest, Temple Newsam House, Leeds, see Matthew Winterbottom & James Lomax, All that glistens ... treasures of a Victorian banker, undated catalogue, nos. 57 & 58.

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