Object Record

  • Email This Page
  • Send Feedback
Object ID 1975.017.032 b
Object Name Vase
Collection Ceramics
Credit line Bequest of Lydia Laird
Year Range from 1800
Year Range to 1835
Description Porcelain vase with an Adamesque urn form on a plinth and oriental "Z" handles that compliment a band of gold Greek Key decoration on an orange ground at the vase's widest point. The lid is domed with a seated female form finial. The vase has a peach ground with gilded and orange decorative high-lights and two rondelles with brown landscape scenes.
Dimensions H-16.5 W-8.5 inches
Dimension Details Total height with lid; width includes handles.
Owned Lydia Laird
Provenance Bequest of Lydia Laird. A note found in one of the vases transcribed in 1976 reads: "These vases belonged to Richard Nagle the artist's family - They were sent into the Penna. Museum [now the Phila. Museum of Art] for an exhibition."
Subjects Vases
People Laird, Lydia
Search Terms Chinese Export Porcelain
Chinese Exports
Lydia Laird
Room Back Parlor
Material Porcelain
Place of Origin China