A PAIR OF WEDGWOOD AND BENTLEY BLACK BASALT OVOID CASSOLETTES AND COVERS CIRCA 1770
shape no. 125, each standing on a shaped stepped square base and affixed on either side with a tall upright handle from which hang swags, the reversible cover with a ball knop, embossed WEDGWOOD & BENTLEY: ETRURIA. circular marks.
Height 8¼ in.
Overall, both in generally good condition. One cover sits a bit higher on the vase than the other.
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