Minton vase on stand, Minton, Stoke, Staffordshire, circa 1840. Painted by Joseph Wareham. The vase oval with flaring, wavy rim decorated with oval reserves enclosing exotic “Sevres Birds” in landscape bordered by gilded foliage, scrollwork and trellis motifs on an emerald ground; the oval pierced stand with alternating emerald and floral spray panels with gilded scrollwork.
Total height 8”,
Total width and depth 8” by 6”.
Literature: Wares illustrating identical bird vignettes illustrated in G. Godden, Minton Pottery and Porcelain of the First Period, plate 25.