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Derby Porcelain Candlesticks with Figures of Musicians-lute player and bagpipper,, Circa 1760-65.


Derby Porcelain Candlesticks with Figures of Musicians,

Circa 1760-65

(NY9045)


The pair of Derby porcelain figures of musicians are on an openwork scroll base, the man is playing the bagpipes with a dog at his feet and the woman plays a lute with a lamb at her side.  There is a bocage supported candlestick to one side of each figure- to the right for the man and to the left for the woman.


Height: 8 5/8 inches


Condition: The bagpiper has a loss to a few leaf tips on either side, chips on his hat ornament and there is an old restoration to the bobeche.

The lute player in good condition with no signs of restoration.









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