An early Bow group emblematic of Autumn, circa 1755-60
Lot 58
An early Bow group emblematic of Autumn, circa 1755-60
£2,500 - 3,000
US$ 4,200 - 5,000
Lot Details
An early Bow group emblematic of Autumn, circa 1755-60
Modelled as a putto with a wreath of grapes in his hair, sitting on a brightly painted leopard and wearing puce and blue robes edged with gold, the mound base painted with monochrome puce sprigs, the rear of the base pierced to fit a candle sconce, 15.5cm high (some restoration)

Footnotes

  • An example of this group painted in colours, along with its pair, is illustrated by Anton Gabszewicz, Bow Porcelain, The Collection Formed by Geoffrey Freeman (1982), p.134, fig.215. An example of the companion group in the white was sold in these rooms on 3 October 2012, lot 65
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  1. Fergus Gambon
    Specialist - British Ceramics
    Bonhams
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    101 New Bond Street
    London, W1S 1SR
    United Kingdom
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