Three Wedgwood Black Basalt Items, England, 20th century, an award figure modeled as a standing female holding a mask of Bacchus, mounted atop a raised circular plinth, impressed mark, ht. 9 1/2; and a pair of Coronation busts from 1953 depicting Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, ht. 9 1/2 in.; each with impressed marks.
Note: The presentation of the 1967 British Film Academy Awards on March 28, 1968, marked the occasion the Academy changed to a new format of Award, to this black basalt statuette created by Eric Owen, then became known as the "Stella" and was presented until 1975.
Each in very good condition throughout with no evidence of any cracks, chips or restorations.
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