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Bow Vine-Leaf Molded Sauce or Creamboat
Catalog#: Autumn/Winter 2007
Category: Ceramics
SubType: Porcelain
Origin: England-UK
Era: 18th Century
Height: 1.875 inches
Width: 3.75 inches
BOW PORCELAIN VINE-LEAF MOLDED CREAM OR SAUCEBOAT, England, c1760. The rare small sauceboat modeled as overlapping grape leaves painted in green and yellow with puce veins with feuille-de-choux rim, above an oval foot painted with puce c-scrolls, the interior centering two roses with a leafy spray at each rim, vinestock loop handle split at the top and ending in a leaf terminal.

Provenance: Duke and Duchess of Windsor; bearing Sotheby's sale 7000 auction label; also with painted household inventory number verso: W/C/94

For a similar example, see Bow Porcelain, Gabszewicz & Freeman, p.98, Pl.145


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