Pair Blue John Urns

Exhibition Piece
Pair Blue John Urns
Circa 1800
A fine pair of early 19th century Blue John urns. Each on square plinths with black slate and white marble. The central block has a circular pale blue and white Wedgwood plaque with beaded gilt ormolu metal surround. English circa 1800


Condition
Excellent

W
6.00cm
2.36 inches
H
24.00cm
9.45 inches
D
6.00cm
2.36 inches
Origin
United Kingdom
Medium
Blue John (also known as Derbyshire Spar) is a semi-precious mineral, a form of fluorite with bands of a purple-blue or yellowish colour.
Reference
817110
£24,000.00

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