Lot 399


Circa 1830
Comprising; five Coalbrookdale blue or green-ground baskets, one with blue CD mark, 17.5cm to 21cm wide; a blue-ground basket painted with landscape panels, 19cm wide; a blue-ground pot pourri bowl and cover reserved with flower panels, 13cm wide; a smaller pot pourri bowl and cover; a Bloor Derby green ground flask and stopper and a later inkstand with two covers, 24cm wide (15)

Estimate: £100 - £200
Hammer price: £500
Bidding ended. Lot has been sold.

Some restoration and losses throughout

Coalbrookdale baskets- the largest basket with the `CD' mark has some losses to the flowers. All the others have restoration, losses, some cracks and amateur made up replacements.

Landscape painted basket- some repairs to the handle.Some wear to the interior.Some restoration and losses the flowers

Blue ground pot pourri vase- overall wear to the gilding. Some staining to the interior. Some chips to the flowers and leaves. Cover with chips

Smaller pot pourri vase- handle is an amateur made up replacement. Some staining to the interior. Haircrack to the rim. Some chips to the flowers and leaves. The cover with restoration and a haircrack to the rim. 

Bloor Derby flask- handle has been restored. Some restoration and chips to the flowers and leaves. Minor wear to the gilding. The cover has been restored

Later inkstand- some restoration, amateur made up replacements and losses

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