Urn-shaped covered vase (cover not original) of white stoneware resting on a small black basalt plinth, the body of the vase covered with an agate, or crystalline, glaze in shades of gray, browns and blues designed to resemble stone, the two ear-shaped handles left white and with traces of gilding, the handles terminate in masks of bearded tritons at the shoulder, the long neck with an extended lip.


Wedgwood, Wedgwood and Bentley

About 1770