SOLD! for $360.00.
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- Low Estimate: $500.00
- High Estimate: $600.00
- Realized: $360.00
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Pair of Neoclassical glazed and bisque porcelain figural garniture vases with gilt trim and red and white ground, each with a partially nude female figure seated on a grassy outcropping, one dressed in blue and one in pink, holding conical vessels, decorated with hand painted vignettes of urns of pink flowers, garlands, and acanthus leaves, mounted to round footed bases with bands of blue with pink flowers. Blue figural vase marked "6638" and impressed stamped "158" underside of base. Pink figural vase marked "6638" and impressed stamped "183" underside of base. 15" H x 6 5/8" W. Late 19th/early 20th century. CONDITION: Scattered losses gilt trim surface and top edges of both vases. Surface grime, interior of both vases. Old repair to 3" hairline crack turning brown with age, 3" x 2" area visible interior and exterior of body and rim, pink figural vase. Areas of glue residue, largest 1/2", back of pink figural vase (evidence of break to right foot). Repairs to hand and nose, pink figural vase. Top section of vase loose, blue figural vase.