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Makers mark dating 1894 to 1927

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  • Xupes Reference DADP1305009
  • Age Makers mark dating 1894 to 1927
  • Condition The jar is offered in excellent original condition without damage or restoration. There is some minor gilding wear and loss around the inside edge of the jar where the lid has rubbed however this mentioned for absolute accuracy only and does not detract. A very fine example and a wonderful addition to any serious collection!  View More Details

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    Unworn

    Item is in unworn or unused condition and there are no visible imperfections.

    Exceptional

    The item is in exceptional pre-owned condition and shows almost no signs of wear with very few imperfections.

    Excellent

    The item is in excellent pre-owned condition and shows minimal signs of wear with minor imperfections detailed in the condition report.

    Very Good

    The item is in very good condition and shows one or two noticeable signs of wear or patina relative to its age.

    Good

    The item is in good pre-owned condition and shows some general signs of wear or patina relative to its age.

    Fair

    The item is in fair pre-owned condition and shows overall wear or patina relative to its age.

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  • Originating from a private collection we are pleased to offer this fine early 20th century Carlton Ware lidded tobacco jar decorated with Chinese pagodas on a blue ground and made by Wiltshaw & Robinson. The heavily made earthenware conical shaped jar stands on a narrow rounded foot and has a well fitted cover with a rubber seal and with a recessed centre with a ball handle. The body of the jar is decorated in a powder blue ground and over hand painted in brightly coloured enamels with a pagoda to one side and with a smaller scene with a boat, cranes and a bridge in the Chinese style to the opposite side. The lid too is decorated with a scene of water birds under a tree with finely applied gilding around the edges and incorporated into the painted decoration. The jar has a black printed Wilshaw & Robinson mark as used from around 1894 to 1927 and is also numbered.

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