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Two English porcelain bulb pots. Item 1 – Porcelain bulb or bough pot, demilune shape with applied molded and gilded ring handles, wide band of painted flowers on a gold backround, gold band edging at top and foot. Impressed mark on base, Davenport, with anchor. 6" H x 6 3/8" W x 4" D. English, circa 1810. Item 2 – Porcelain jardiniere, round tapering body with applied molded and gilded ring handles, central band of florals hand painted on a black background, surrounded at top and bottom by bands of Greek key and leaf designs on a gilt background. Hole in bottom for drainage. Unmarked, possibly Davenport or Spode. 6" H x 7 1/4" diameter (at top). English, circa 1820. Provenance: Estate of Salli LaGrone, Franklin, Tennessee. Condition: Item 1: Good condition. Lacking cover. Hairline crack to back, moderate wear to gold and paint, some overpainting. Item 2: Some interior scratching, moderate wear to gilt, especially at lower edge.