A magnificent pair of 19th century Derby (Robert Bloor period) porcelain large bottles and covers, profusely decorated with fine, brightly coloured flowers, against a rich cobalt blue ground with gilded flowers sprays and scattered insects.
Meissen style crossed swords marks in blue, painted overglaze.
Circa: 1830, England
Height: 18.00inch (45.72 cm)
Condition: Quite remarkable condition. There are inevitable small chips & minor losses to some of the petals, the bodies & lids have no damage at all.
There is no restoration at all.