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Descriptions
pigment 539 ceramic 85
Names
vase 35
Subjects
scroll 65 male 17 floral 651
Date:
19th century
Dimensions:
H: 24.25 in, Diameter: 11.5 in
Credit Line:
Gift of Anna Tipton and Elyse M. Walls in memory of Judge Walls
Inscription:
stamped bottom: 2693
Remarks:
Vase. Ceramic long necked vase on three footed base with ornate scrolls and rosebud motifs. Attached around upper neck and on body of vase are separately made primroses and buds with some foliage. Vase is painted beige with gold trim, flower petals are tipped in pastel shades of pink, purple, yellow and orange. Buds duplicate pastels and foliage is painted in greens. Attached to body and neck of vase is a ceramic male figure preparing to blow a kiss. Figure is about 12" tall. Planted in the same pastels as the vase and attired in early 19th century clothing.
Accession Number:
1.69.214.1

Not currently on display


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