A pair of English enamelled creamware chinoiserie vases, late 18th / early 19th century, possibly Lowestoft, of baluster form, finely painted with Long Eliza style figures in gardens, within underglaze blue reserves and diaper, Fitzhugh and lappet borders, with enamelled floral sprigs, 10½in. (26.75cm.) high, both a/f; together with an 18th/19th century Delft double gourd vase with blue and white chinoiserie decoration, 12¼in. (31cm.) high, rim a/f. (3)
* For a Lowestoft porcelain vase with very similar enamelled decoration, see Bonhams Knightsbridge, 'The Liane Richards Collection', 13th April 2016, Lot 192.
- Pair vases: One has a large patch of glaze missing from the upper body and one other small glaze chip - it also has heavy glaze crazing throughout with a 1in. vertical hairline to the lower body. The other also has glaze crazing (but lighter) and also a piece missing from the rim.
- Delft: Top of neck missing. Three chips to underside of foot.