Sold for £1,800
One vase cover is damaged and restored. Each vase has one damaged handle, and one undamaged handle. Otherwise good, with the exception of minor surface abrasions.
PAIR OF EARLY 19TH CENTURY WEDGWOOD JASPERWARE PEDESTAL VASES AND COVERS,
of urn form with twin handles, the domed cover with putti finial, the body sprigged with central roundel depicting a Pegasus surrounded by three classical maidens to one side, and a horse driven chariot to the other, surrounded by a band of applied foliate swags, and above a pair of wings, on a square form base, impressed 'Wedgwood' mark, 34.5cm high
Provenance: The William Mowat-Thomson Collection
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