Price

£3450.00

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Dated: 1745 Bristol England.

This pair of delftware flower bricks are decorated with red flowers and leaves, each with a square central hole and twelve small holes on the top. The rare pair is a very pleasing size and were made at the Bristol Delftworks in England's mid 18th century period.

Dimensions: 2.25 inches high, 1.75 inches wide, 4.5 inches long.

Current Condition: Unrestored and good condition with some fritting to the glaze at rims.

Provenance: With the London dealer Alistair Sampson ( retains his paper label on the base) and then with a Private English Collection.

Price

£3450.00

Stock number

5059
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