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: Applied Art
: flower holder: brick
: Tin-glazed earthenware flower holder. It is a straight-sided rectangular shape with a recessed top and base. The top is pierced with a central square hole between two sets of six small round holes. It is painted in blue on a pale bluish glaze. There are sprays of peonies and leaves on the sides and the ends. There is a line around the square hole and dots around the small holes.
: Liverpool (probably)
: 1750-1775: [Book] Britton, Frank. 1982. English Delftware in the Bristol Collection. 3.4.
: Purchased from the Theodore Charbonnier collection, 1923.