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Pearson Floral Pattern Jardinière*
Good sized copper jardinière made by John Pearson and dated 1900.
A bulbous shape with a flared rim and a strong repoussé design of eight different flowers all around the belly and further details of stems and leaves.
The height is 20 cm and the maximum width around 23.5 cm. The internal diameter of the opening measures approximately 21 cm.
The condition is good with remnants of old polish still in the crevices which we have left as is.
Showing on the underside the number 2551 and the JP initials alongside the date.