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: Na2029

: Applied Art

: vase & cover

: Tin-glazed earthenware vase. It has an inverted baluster shaped body on a flared concave base. It has a short neck and a domed cover with a horizontal flange and stemmed knop. It is painted in blue glaze and depicts a fashionable couple in a landscape, he seated and blowing a pipe and beating a drum suspended from a pipe. Behind the couple are some buildings and trees on a hill. On the opposite side is a riverscape with a sailing boat and two small boats in front of buildings, including a church and two haystacks. There are with on hills behind the church and shrubs and fence around the base. There is a scrolling vine meander on the shoulder and around the cover. The knop is striped.

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: City of Bristol Collection

: Louis Lipski collection

: Bristol, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK) / England, Northern Europe, Europe

: probably Redcliffe Back

: 1750-1770