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Copeland vase hand painted by Thomas Sadler. Item 4405.This very good quality Copeland vase was hand painted by Thomas Sadler and features four panels decorated with flowers and stands on four feet. The flowers represented are roses, chrysanthemums, tulips and nasturtiums. Above the floral panels is a pink and gilt ribbon that intertwines its way through the piercings to the neck of the vase. Thomas Sadler was active at Copeland’s from 1892 through to at least 1906 and beyond. At the time his work was particularly appreciated in America and examples of his work are held in the Spode Museum. The vase stands 230 mm (9 inches) high and has a diameter of 170 mm (6.75 inches).
Unfortunately there has been some damage. One of the feet has been repaired as has the top of the vase, and one foot has a crack in it. These repairs almost certainly took place in the 1920’s or 30’s. The then owner obviously thought the expense of the repairs was worth it. Despite the repairs it is still an attractive piece and the four panels enable a variety of views to suit the seasons. The vase dates from around 1900.
|Dimensions||32 × 22 × 25 cm|