Property from a Private Connecticut Collection
A DUTCH DELFT POLYCHROME GARNITURE OF THREE VASES, CIRCA 1720
the ribbed body of each painted in a 'cashmire' palette with panels of prunus and other flowers alternating with mythical beast, bamboo and cloud scroll panels, comprising an ovoid vase and cover and two beaker vases, the two beaker vases with raised Roman numeral VIII. 4 pieces.
height of vase and cover 12 in.
The central vase with a hairline crack at the rim measuring approximately 3 cm long but extends slightly further on the interior only. The cover broken and repaired. The two flanking vases in good condition. Overall good appearance.
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