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Lot 213

A pair of Chelsea porcelain mazarine-blue-ground pot-pourri vases, c.1760-65, gold anchor mark...

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Lot 213

A pair of Chelsea porcelain mazarine-blue-ground pot-pourri vases, c.1760-65, gold anchor mark...

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Estimate: £600 - £800

Price realised is hammer price plus fees (31.2% Buyers Premium inclusive of VAT).

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Lot 213

Description

A pair of Chelsea porcelain mazarine-blue-ground pot-pourri vases, c.1760-65, gold anchor mark to one, traces of mark to other, the oviform bodies each with four raised arched panels painted by James Giles, with exotic birds in landscapes enclosed by gilt foliage cartouches below elaborate pierced necks, the tapering lower parts on four foliate feet, 16.5cm high (2)  

 

 

 

Note: The form of this vase was developed from a Vincennes model by Jean-Claude Duplessis which was called a ‘pot pourri à jour’.  See John Mallet, ‘Chelsea Gold Anchor Vases’ in the English Ceramics Circle Transactions, 1999, Vol. 17, part 1, pl. 6 for a vase of similar form.  It is this form of vase which features in the portrait of Nicholas Sprimont, the proprietor of the Chelsea manufactory, and his wife.  Mallet, ibid., p. 126 discusses this vase shape and suggests that the form may have brought to England by Flanchet, as he was a pupil of Duplessis, who modelled the original at Vincennes.  

Buyer's Premium

The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium thereon of 26% up to £20,000 (31.2% inclusive of VAT), 25% from £20,001 - £500,000 (30% inclusive of VAT), 20% from £500,001 thereafter (24% inclusive of VAT). The premium price is subject to VAT at the standard rate.

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VAT is not charged on the hammer price unless it is stated that there is 'VAT applicable on the hammer price at the end of the description. Buyer's premium is subject to VAT.
(ARR) - ARTIST'S RESALE RIGHT

Qualifying living artists and the descendants of artists deceased within the last 70 years are entitled to receive a re-sale royalty each time their work is bought through an auction house or art market professional.

It applies to lots with hammer value over €1,000 as follows:
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ARR is capped at €12,500

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