317 Antique Garniture English Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Vases by Thomas Steel 19C

Fine quality rare example of an early Bloor period Royal Crown Derby hand painted porcelain Garniture of generous proportions by Thomas Steel. First quarter of the Nineteenth Century, Regency period. 

Each vase finely painted on the front of the shield-shaped body with a colorful cluster of Summer Flowers and old-fashioned Roses beneath a gilt neoclassical motif on the waisted neck, affixed on each side with a gilt acanthus leaf-molded handle terminating in a gilt satyr's head and raised on a circular foot and square base.  

Condition: Good condition with no restoration, all handles are perfect, there is evidence of surface crazing to top rim of large vase, this is not restoration. Red painted crowned Bloor Derby on all bases. 

Height: (large vase, an impressive) 11.75" (30cm). Width: (entire including handles) 9.25” (23.5cm). Depth: (at base) 3.5” (9cm).  

Set €3750.00