A GEORGE III TURNED FRUITWOOD LIDDED URN, PROVINCIAL, LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY
with a leaf carved lid and socle either side of rope-twist handles and bands of fluting
31cm. high; 1ft. ¼in.
A lovely object of great charm. Evidence of old worm. Lid lacking handle and with rim chips. Some pain splatters. Rare and decorative. Handle to Handle width 35.5cm.
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