Base plinth is carved with scenes of the 4 seasons in neo-classical style set within framing trees.

Upper section is made of a flat disc with decorative urns attached with a central sheaf of vines & grape bunches surmounted by a coronet of pine cones.


Thought to have been purchased from the Sevres factory 1819 on behalf of Sir Harry Fetherstonhaugh of Uppark and in the house until 1970s; Wooley & Wallis, Salisbury, 1997; present owner.

Uppark House and Garden

South Harting, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU31 5QR
01730 825 415

Opening times

House Daily,11am – 4pm (Ground floor only 5 Mar - 31 Oct, 12.30am – 4pm) Print room first Wed of each month Mar – Oct Closed 24 – 25 Dec

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