A WEDGWOOD CANEWARE TWO-HANDLED KRATER VASE AND PIERCED COVER LATE 18TH CENTURY
of classical shape, decorated in black enamel with a Greek key border between narrow bands of stylized leaves in red, the interior glazed, impressed uppercase WEDGWOOD over letter J.
Width across handles 8⅞ in
Some minor tiny rim chips to the pierced cover. There is an approximate 3-in. fine haircack running downwards from the edge of one handle where it meets the rim.
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Collection of Mr Gabriel Kirzenbaum, New Jersey, February 1980
The Hammond Museum, 1984, bearing label
Pendergast, Ars Ceramica, 2019, no. 31, p. 61, fig. 9