Martin Brothers a Rare Vase Commemorating Prince Leopold, 1881
Lot 10
Martin Brothers a Rare Vase Commemorating Prince Leopold, 1881
£500 - 600
US$ 830 - 1,000
Auction Details
Lot Details
Martin Brothers
a Rare Vase Commemorating Prince Leopold, 1881
incised with a floral pattern and marked 'HRH Prince Leopold, KG saw this thrown in the Richmond Industrial Exhibition April 29th 1881'
18.5cm high, signed 'R.W Martin London & Southall' '11-5-81' (crack to body)
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