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By Bloor Derby (British, active 1825-1848)
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The vase has parcel gilt detailing on a green ground, and features a cartouche on the front depicting a harbour scene. The painting has been attributed to Daniel Lucas, a famous porcelain painter who worked largely for the Copeland & Co. manufacturers in Derby. The cartouche on the reverse of the vase depicts a still life bouquet of flowers. The vase has twin gilt ground handles which are joined by vine swags joined together by leaves and grapes. The vase is set on a circular base with three lion paw feet.
The shape of the vase is based on a monumental 2nd Century AD Roman vase. It is known as the Warwick vase because it belonged for many years in the collection of the Earl of Warwick, after its discovery in 1771.
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