Minton Majolica Neo-Medieval Triple Horn Flower Stand
Date cypher for 1859
Unmarked, recorded as shape no. 778
Modeled as three white hunting horns entwined about a central brown trumpet, the stem molded and applied with fir branches and cones, on a yellow banded circular foot, the horns banded and conjoined by metal chains. Height 28 1/4 inches.
This form was recorded at the International Exhibition, London, 1862.
Majolica International Society, Karmason Library, no. KL001513.
Marilyn G. Karmason with Joan B. Stacke, Majolica, A Complete History and Illustrated Survey, New York, 1989, p. 65.
Susan Weber et al., Majolica Mania: Transatlantic Pottery in England and the United States, 1850-1915, fig. 12.55.
Victoria Cecil, Minton 'Majolica', Jeremy Cooper Ltd., Exhibition 7-26 June 1982, Galen Place, London, p. 25 for a design drawing of closely related form and for a nearly identical example, pp. 39 & 48, cat. no. 21.
C The Joan Stacke Graham Majolica Collection
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