A WEDGWOOD THREE COLOUR JASPER-DIP CASSOLETTE VASE AND COVER CIRCA 1790
vase shape no. 255, the dark-blue ground decorated with a 'diced' pattern and green florets around the upper body, the lower section with stiff leaves, raised on three tall feet with lion and ring mask terminals, the rotatable cover with a floriform knop and sconce, impressed uppercase WEDGWOOD mark.
Height 10⅛ in.
The cover with each flower finial replaced, five of the stiff leaf tips on the top edge of the cover restored.
Each leg has been broken through in two locations and repaired. Two areas of restoration to rim.
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Paine Art Center, 1965, no. M-13b, bearing label
The Hammond Museum, 1984, bearing label
Edwards, Ars Ceramica, 2019, no. 31, p. 53, fig. 6