A Derby Porcelain Frill Vase & Cover, William Duesbury & Co c.1760. Of trumpet form with reticulated rim dotted with flowers and grooved body set with two mask faces on opposing sides, surrounded by flowers and finely painted moths and insects. A multi-layered 'skirt' sits around the lowers half and further open petalled flowers above and small flowers around the base. A very finely decorated bird finial adorns the dome shaped lid. Patch marks to the base.
Condition: Damage to the 'skirt' around the middle section. Typical losses and restoration to the flowers and the birds tail on the lid.
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