A Vauxhall leaf shaped pickle dish, flower spraus and rockwork, broken and restuck
Lot 23
A Vauxhall pickle dish, circa 1756-58
Sold for £480 (US$ 808) inc. premium
Lot Details
A Vauxhall pickle dish, circa 1756-58
Of press-moulded leaf shape with a serrated rim, the underside with moulded veins and three peg feet, painted in bright blue with a flowering plant issuing from rockwork, 7.8cm high (broken and restuck)


  • Illustrated by Geoffrey Godden, English Blue and White Porcelain (2004), pl 230 where the reverse side is also illustrated to show the finely moulded detail. Vauxhall pickle leaves were painted with a variety of patterns, see Massey, Marno and Spero (2007), Ceramics of Vauxhall, figs 146-151
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