Sotheby’s presents the Starr Collection of English Ceramics, unarguably one of the best in its category, formed over fifty years with great passion and attention to detail. Multiple Minton pâte-sur-pâte vases designed by Marc Louis Emmanuel Solon are offered in the Wedgwood & Beyond English Ceramics from the Starr Collection Auction.
A pair of Minton’s pâte-sur-pâte peacock-blue-ground vases titled ‘brewing mischief’ and ‘explosion’ (circa 1883) are among the most highly valued ceramics. Also featured are pieces of Royal Worcester designed by George Owen. A reticulated porcelain two-handled bottle vase pierced with honeycomb reserving a geometric design band and adorned with a band of pearls- a prime piece by the oldest porcelain brand. The collection will also reflect the diverse production of the Wedgwood manufactory, celebrating its 260th anniversary this year. The display encompasses 18th – century Wedgwood jasperwares, black basalts, and encaustic vases; as well as Chelsea porcelain. Explore the full listings and register to bid online on Sotheby’s.
Lot Categories:Ceramics & Glass (256)
# of Lots:256
Price Range:$2,500 - $80,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Pair of Mintons pâte-sur-pâte brewing mischief and explosion peacock-blue-ground vases.||
|Royal Worcester reticulated porcelain vase by George Owen||
|Wedgwood black basalt encaustic decorated amphora vase||
|Bow porcelain figure of a recumbent doe||
- Ceramics, Bowls & Glass
- Decorative Arts
- black basalt
- George Owen
- Marc Louis Emmanuel Solon
- Minton pâte-sur-pâte
- Royal Worcester
- Starr Collection
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