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Description

Lot 486

Tuesday 07 Feb, 2017 - 10.00am

An 18th Century German faience tankard with pewter mount, painted in enamel colours with a church between two trees, 9ins high, possibly Magdeburg, c1760 (marked with "M" in green), an 18th Century French faience bulb pot of shaped outline painted in enamels with flowering branches, 8ins wide x 5ins deep x 3.75ins high, and a Rouen faience barbers bowl, the centre painted with a basket of flowers, 13ins x 10ins x 3.25ins high

Estimate £200 - 300

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป