An Exceptionally fine and quite rare Set of Royal Crown Derby Hand Painted Twin Handle Garniture Urns of Campana outline, early Nineteenth Century.
Set of three twin snake handled Urns of Campana form ending on circular bases with lavish gilt decoration. Each main central reserve with scrolling gilt surround exquisitely hand painted depicting English Woodland scenes “In Cumberland” “Near Leek in Staffordshire” and “View in Yorkshire” these exquisite paintings are firmly attributed to one of Derby’s most famous painters Robert Brewer.
First quarter of the Nineteenth Century, Regency period.
Condition: Good overall condition, with no restoration anywhere, all snake handles are perfect, see images.
Base marks in iron red, crown above crossed swords as used from 1806-1825.
Height: (central large urn) 8" (20.5cm). Diameter: (at top rim). 6.75" (17.5cm). Diameter: (at base) 4” (10.25cm).
Location: Dublin City, Ireland.
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