An important pair of George III Neo Classical Tureens, together with their original stands, made in London in 1777 by Charles Wright.
An important pair of George III Neo Classical Tureens, together with their original stands, made in London in 1777 by Charles Wright.
An important pair of George III Neo Classical Tureens, together with their original stands, made in London in 1777 by Charles Wright.
An important pair of George III Neo Classical Tureens, together with their original stands, made in London in 1777 by Charles Wright.

An important pair of George III Neo Classical Tureens, together with their original stands, made in London in 1777 by Charles Wright.

1777 London

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The Tureens are modelled in the Neo-Classical "Boat" shaped form and stand on an oval, cast, pedestal foot decorated with beading. The main body rises to a beaded rim and the two scroll handles are very unusually also decorated with beading, a feature which is seldom seen. The stepped domed cover is decorated with applied beading and terminates in a Neo Classical urn finial. Most interestingly, the Tureens have their original beaded oval stands. Both the stands, main body and cover are engraved with a contemporary Crest.

Height: 5.75 inches.
Length, handle to handle: 9 inches.
Weight: 56oz the pair.
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