English | c.1760

 

An 18th century blue and white flower-brick, probably London. Painted on two sides with chinoiserie flowers and weeping trees and cross hatching with central rosettes on the ends. The upper surface pierced with a central square opening flanked by eight circular apertures (usual slight flaking and chipping to rims)

 

Height 6cm  x  Width 12cm  x  Depth 5cm

 

 

£675