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Overall H: 20.9 cm, Diam (max): 11.2 cm
On Display
about 1755-1760
Primary Description: 
Opaque white lead glass; blown, enameled. Tall, ovoid form, with short neck, rounded shoulders, and tapering body; enameled Chinoiserie scene, showing a woman wearing a pink skirt and lavender coat holding a flower, seated on a low stool beside a bench with vases of flowers, with drum stools below and behind; two other figures, a woman with a parasol and a man with a fan, a small boy, and a tall stand with urn of flowers behind her, all in colors of dark blue, pink, yellow, lavender, green, and brown; base with slight kick and rough pontil mark; circular paper label with serrated edge, inscribed "1." in ink.
Delomosne & Son Limited, Source
Paper Label
In Sparkling Company: Reflections on Glass in the 18th-century British World (2020) illustrated, p. 15 (fig. 2);
Fine English and Continental Glass and Paperweights (sale #2673) (1983-06-14) illustrated, pp. 10-11, lot #51; BIB# 8124
Gilding the Lily (1978) fig. 11, p. 8; BIB# 28960
A Painter of Opaque-White Glass (1953-12) pp. 13-20; BIB# AI46828