An unusual early 19th century pearlware spill vase, c.1820, of an arrangement of game having been laid up against a tree trunk and grassy base following a day's shooting. The huntsman's bag is also hanging from the tree.
It measures 21cm (8 1/4") high, 9cm (3 1/2") wide and 8cm (3 1/8") deep.
Condition is very good: there has been some some restoration to the upper part of the trunk, small branch above the bag and the pheasant wing that points towards the back. A few spots of re-touching to the tree in other places. No other issues with the game items or base and surface wear is light.
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