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Petit Ram’s Head Coade Stone Urns c.1806 or before
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Petit Ram’s Head Coade Stone Urns c.1806 or before

An incredibly rare and unusual pair of petit sized Coade stone urns by artists, sculptors and makers John Sealy c.1749-1813 and Eleanor Coade c.1733-1821.
In pale buff terracotta with hand placed leaves and detailed Rams heads surmounting the adjacent sides of each urn.
Eleanor Coade was renowned for gaining inspiration from art of the Classical World. The Rams heads are heavily influenced by classical antiquity, they are reminiscent of an Early Imperial Roman Funerary altar c. A.D. 14–68 which is currently housed in the Met Museum. Accession Number: 25.78.29
Size per urn.

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Width24cm (10″)
Height14cm (6″)
Depth18cm (7″)
Reference No.FEWEQ

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