Smith & Singer

Rare Wedgwood porcelain fantasy pays off

July 20, 2016

Australian Financial Review  |  Peter Fish

A rare 1920s  Wedgwood fairyland lustre Ghostly Wood malfrey pot and cover by Daisy Makeig-Jones (Saleroom, July 7) , richly painted with extravagant fictional characters, brought the top price of $56,120 including premium at Sotheby's sale of Asian and European arts and design in Sydney on Tuesday.


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