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OBJECT

D1826. Blue and White Ewer

Delft, circa 1690

Painted on the octagonal baluster-form body with a floral-patterned blue ground lappet border above another band consisting of blue lappets intersected with floral scrollwork, the knotted ankle with floral scroll devices above the octagonal foot decorated with a band of blue ground lappets reserved with flower heads, the flaring octagonal neck with four oral-patterned blue panels interrupted by white panels decorated with scroll devices beneath the fringed spout and affixed at the back with a dotted light blue rope-twist handle.

Height: 22.3 cm. (8.8 in.)

Provenance:

The A. Bisset Collection and bearing the original collector’s label;
Exhibited in “La faïence française de 1525 à 1820” Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, 1932, no. 233.
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