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Lot 22Vienna (du Paquier) Porcelain Tankard and Cover
Circa 1725
Of baluster form with flattened bracket handle, the slightly domed cylindrical cover with button finial, painted in the chinoiserie taste with a puce and purpur-Malerei continuous scene of two Chinese figures seated taking tea and playing cards in a tree-lined fenced garden, the obverse with a pagoda and birds in flight and a small dog seated on a table, the cover with a large duck, two figures boating and another seated near bridges, the top with a Laub-und-Bandelwerk cartouche centering stylized masks.
Height 6 inches.

Provenance:
The Wetmore Estate, Newport, RI.
Parke-Bernet Galleries, 16-18 September 1969, lot 811.. At the time of this listing, no other examples were extant.


C Estate of Sarah Belk Gambrell

Sold for $44,100
Estimate $10,000-20,000

Cover finial off and restuck, minor chips to cover and nibbles to tankard rim


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