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Lot 5. A Dutch Delft polychrome ewer, Circa 1720; 23cm. high; 9 inEstimate: 300 - 500 GBP. Lot sold: 1,134 GBP. Photo Sotheby's.

of silver shape, the fluted body painted with winged masks suspending pendant swags of wreaths between borders of flowers.

Property of a descendant of William Beckford & The Dukes of Hamilton.

ProvenanceIn the Hamilton Collection before circa 1880 and at Brodick Castle, Arran, after the sale of Easton Park, Suffolk in 1919.

Note: The present lot appears in a 19th century photograph of the hall at Easton Park, Suffolk. The English estate of the Dukes of Hamilton. It is displayed on an oak cabinet commissioned for William Beckford (1760-1844). Some of Beckford's collection was sent to Easton Park as well as Hamilton Palace by his daughter Susan EuphemiaDuchess of Hamilton (1786-1859). It is possible that this jug formed a part of that Beckford group sent to Easton by Susan.

The present lot is possibly that photographed on a side table in the Drawing Room at Brodick Castle, circa 1950.

Sotheby's. Royal & Noble. London, 7 January 2021