British Two Contemporary Ceramic Vases by Colin Pearson and a Centrepiece by Ian Godfrey, circa 1980
Lot 498
British Two Contemporary Ceramic Vases by Colin Pearson and a Centrepiece by Ian Godfrey, circa 1980
Sold for £437 (US$ 735) inc. premium
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British Two Contemporary Ceramic Vases by Colin Pearson and a Centrepiece by Ian Godfrey, circa 1980 British Two Contemporary Ceramic Vases by Colin Pearson and a Centrepiece by Ian Godfrey, circa 1980
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Two Contemporary Ceramic Vases by Colin Pearson and a Centrepiece by Ian Godfrey, circa 1980
comprising two twin-handled vessels by Pearson, and a vase and cover by Godfrey with applied houses, flora and animals
24.5cm, 18cm and 17cm high, impressed seals to the first two (3)
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