A large Bloor Derby porcelain twin handled urn shaped vase, circa 1830, the oval body raised on a square base, the richly gilded cobalt blue ground reserved with a hand painted bouquet of summer flowers, including roses, passionfruit and anemones, the twin handles with flowerhead and acanthus leaf moulding.
A lovely quality vase with well executed painting in the manner of Moses Webster. In good condition with no cracks or chips, the gilding remains bright with minimal rubbing, the right handle has some professional restoration for a crack but is only noticeable in a certain light.
Printed iron red mark used between 1825 - 1848 to the base.
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