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2023 Summer Fine Art & Antiques (Day 1)

Sat, Jul 8, 2023 09:00AM EDT
Lot 254

2 Minton Pate Sur Pate Vases, incl. Louis Solon

Estimate: $700 - $800
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1st item: Minton Pate-Sur-Pate Vase, decorated by Louis Solon, on dark teal ground with a narrow neck, relief decoration of Aphrodite and two cherubs on front, and decoration of a cherub carried aloft by a hot air balloon en verso. Signed L. Solon. Vase has been mounted to a wooden base. Vase: 11 1/2" H. Overall with base: 12 1/2" H. 2nd item: Minton Pate-Sur-Pate vase, brown ground with white slip relief decoration of calla lilies and an insect; silver and gilt Greek key decoration to neck, base, and four feet; and two ring-style handles. 10" H.


1st item: Has been broken and professionally restored and mounted to the wood base. 2nd item: Restoration to one broken foot.

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The Estate of Edward Laudermilk, Nashville, Tennessee.