Lot 127    

Buffalo Pottery Emerald Deldare Dr. Syntax 10" Plate,
2006, Spring Decorative Arts, June 17
an Emerald Deldare Pottery Dr. Syntax plate after Thomas Rowlandson, titled Dr. Syntax Losing His Way, with five lines of verse following title, wide Art Nouveau and geometric border, signed L. Newman, marked with manufacturers Emerald Deldare backstamp and 1911; 9.75" diameter.

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Very minor wear to foot rim.
Sold: $230.00
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