Urn-shaped creamware vase with two ear-shaped handles and long neck (the cover is missing), glazed light brown with a band of yellow around the foot, each of the reserves, on either side of the handles, at the shoulder, and neck, each band is outlined in red; on either side of the body is a central oval reserve, each decorated with the image of a winged cherub, on one side partially draped and sitting in a landscape with fruit, on the other aloft in a blue cloudy sky with a dove, each handle terminates in a female mask.


Painted by Émile Aubert Lessore, Wedgwood

March 1862