A WEDGWOOD WHITE JASPERWARE FIGURE OF CUPID CIRCA 1790 AND 1840
modeled pulling an arrow from his quiver with billing doves at his feet, raised on a solid-blue jasper pedestal base with ram's head masks suspending white garlands, impressed uppercase WEDGWOOD to pedestal.
Height 7⅜ in.
Cupid has been off the pedestal and glued back; the socket set in the pedestal which anchors the figure is cracked across; minor minuscule chip to the edge of the figure's mound base.
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Olivia P. Lenhart Collection, no. 724, bearing label
Models of Hebe and Cupid were listed in the 1787 Wedgwood catalogue.