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Royal Doulton Glazed Stoneware Vase circa 1920
This a lovely piece, decorated with fragments of beaded and floral designs, with a beautiful illustration of a bouquet between two heads locked in a gaze.
Impressed: Standard Royal Doulton Mark for the year 1902-1922 it was made, with additional initialled impressed mark “H” (possibly artist mark).
Measurements: 12 inches high by 7 inches wide
Excellent condition: No chips or repairs. Small firing crack near the impressed mark, (image included).
A beautiful coloured English pottery vase in Chameleon Ware by Clews & Co – Tunstall.
The pattern in blues and mustard yellow is geometric and dates from the Art Deco period circa 1920’s.
measures: 7 inches high.
RARE Moorcroft Grape & Leaf Salt Glazed Vase by William Moorcroft Made in England circa 1930’s
This remarkable vase stands 7 inches high and is in the grape and leaf pattern (often referred to as leaf and berry). With it’s unique gradient blue grey colour this vase is a must have for any collector of Moorcroft as it features the matte salt glaze that is highly prized and a finish not often found.
Vase Measures: 7 inches tall x 3 1/2 inches wide.
Impressed: Moorcroft, Made in England.
Signed: WM initials on bottom for William Moorcroft.
Royal Doulton Hand Painted Vase With Grazing Sheep. Circa 1900.
This Royal Doulton piece is a lovely hand painted vase depicting the absence of a shepard with a flock of sheep, among the green hills and mountains.
Marked: On the bottom of the vase in green, lion over the crown, Royal Doulton, England. This mark dates it, circa 1900 (1872-1910).
Measures: 9 inches high x 5 inches wide
Excellent Condition: No chips, cracks or repairs. The painted landscape shows minimal surface scratches (under 0.5 cm).
This is an impressive Moorcroft pottery jardiniere from England with two handles and 4 flat semicircular nubs jutting out from its sides. It is Florian Ware in beautiful blues and greens in what I believe is a tulip pattern. Signed by William Moorcroft. Dates circa 1916.
The design of this jardiniere was adapted from a classical pottery jardiniere that was excavated at Pompeii.
Impressed marks: Moorcroft, Burslem, England. (the England under Burslem dates circa 1916+) from the Cobridge factory.
Full signature in Green (William Moorcroft) on bottom.
Measures: 8 1/2 inches x 12 inches wide (handle to handle).
Excellent Condition: No cracks, typical crazing and an small professional repair to the foot of the piece that is expertly colour matched.
An early Moorcroft platter in ochre yellow in the Yacht pattern. This is a pattern that rarely comes in.
The design in the centre of the platters is that of a stylized Yacht (the double sails). ?
The colour is warm yellow – described as ochre yellow.
The platter measures: 14.5 inches long x 10.5 inches wide.
Marked on back: Impressed Blue Moorcroft facsimile signature mark + Made in England
Excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs. Normal crazing.
This Moorcroft advertising pen tray is cream coloured with green lettering.
Marked: Impressed Moorcroft, Made in England. MD in green for the painters initials for Mandy Dobson.
Measures: 8 inches long x 3 1/2 inches wide.
This is a beautiful creamer and open sugar bowl in the Fresia pattern By Walter Moorcroft dating circa 1940’s. The background is dark blue on the bottom and gets lighter and becomes green nearer to the rim, the freesia’s are yellow and reddish pink.
CREAMER MEASURES: 3 1/8 inches high x 3 5/8 inches wide (spout to handle).
SUGAR MEASURES: 2 3/4 inches high x 3 5/8 inches wide.
IMPRESSED MARK: W. Moorcroft, Made in England, Potter to H.M. The Queen.
EXCELLENT CONDITION: No chips, cracks or repairs. Typical crazing.
A Moorcroft , English pottery pedestal compote in the Pomegranate pattern. Impressed marks “Moorcroft, made in England” with William Moorcroft signature in green on bottom.
Dates circa 1920’s
measures: 5 3/4 inches high x 7 3/4 inches diameter.
This is an excellent example of Gouda pottery from Holland having a deep dark green background decorated with cobalt blues lighter shades of green highlighted with yellow and white. This pair of candle sticks have a round base narrow neck and a built-in bobeche to catch any unexpected candle drips to prevent wax from hitting any table they may sit upon.
MEASURES: 6 3/4 inches high x 4 1/4 inches wide at base.
MARKED: 505, MAT. 23, IVORA. GOUDA, HOLLAND.
EXCELLENT CONDITION: No chips, cracks. One stick has a small rubbing along one edge of the base it has been coloured so it is not very noticeable.
This outstanding Royal Doulton stoneware vase is 12 inches tall and tapers in slightly at the base to come up to a short straight neck with a turned out rim. This vase is decorated in mottled greens and browns around the body with three flowers and leaf pattern that represents the period when Art Nouveau was giving way to Art Deco. It has the initials MW who I believe to be Minnie Webb, this vase is a fine example of her work.
MEASURES: 12 inches high x 5 3/4 inches wide.
IMPRESSED MARK: Royal Dolton, England, 8314, MW – for Minnie Webb. The standard “Doulton” mark on Burslem Earthenware used circa 1922.
EXCELLENT CONDITION: No chips, cracks or repairs.
This gorgeous white raku-fired art pottery vase is a simple, restrained, classic ginger-jar shape with a high, flat collar.
The front of the vase has an incised, rectangular, miniature, abstract decorative panel with purple, blue, grey, brown and green areas separated by black lines.
The linear precision of the centre panel is in striking contrast to the irregular black lines of the crackle on the glazed white body.
Peter Powning is a well known Canadian ceramic artist, sculptor and printmaker who began his professional career in 1976. His work been exhibited at the prestigious Gardiner Museum of Ceramics in Toronto and he has had exhibits and public commissions across Canada.
He lives and works near Sussex, New Brunswick. He is a member of the GAAC ( Glass Art Association of Canada).
Marked: Signed by the artist on the base,”Powning” 1987, Canada (pictured).
Measures: 10 1/4 ” H x 4″ W at the opening x 7″ across at the centre.
This unusual Prattware bread plate was made for the Great Exhibition of 1851, enabling the firm of F & R Pratt & Co., to show their excellent polychrome printing technique to best advantage.
The scene depicts Christ reprimanding the Pharisees for chastising his disciples for picking and eating ears of corn on the Sabbath. The quote, ” I will have mercy and will not sacrifice…” from the Book of Matthew, in the New Testament, Chapter 9. verse 13. It rims the central image in gilt lettering against a muted, olive background.
The outer edge of the plate has a polychrome transfer band of sheaves of corn. The edge of the plate is finished in gilt.
Jesse Austin (1806-1879) the artist and engraver, worked for Felix Edward Pratt (1813-1894). Together they devised the process of high-quality, underglaze printing on pottery for which Pratt is famous.
One of these plates is held in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum, in London, UK.
This is a beautiful, Moorcroft biscuit barrel, fitted with a silver plated handle and inset lid by William Hutton and Sons.
The pottery barrel is beautifully decorated with a frieze of trees in summer foliage, in muted shades of greens and browns against a red, twilight sky. along Along the bottom of the barrel, behind the trees, in the background, are rolling hills in deep shades of cobalt blue, tinged with the orange red of the sky. The decoration features the raised outline for which Moorcroft is famous.
The high-polish, domed lid is inset in a silver collar around the neck of the jar, to which a hinged half-circle handle is fixed. The handle raises and lowers perfectly. The inset lid is topped with a raised round finial.
William Moorcroft founded his pottery near Staffordshire in 1913, after leaving MacIntyre’s Arts and Crafts design studio, where he was responsible for ceramics. Moorcroft ceramics were sold by Liberty’s in London.
Marked: On the bottom of the base of the barrel, with the impressed Moorcroft mark in block letters with “Made in England” and the numbers “80” impressed additionally on the base : the impressed makers’ mark overlaid with blue glaze. Signed in blue glaze with the William Moorcroft signature.
The silver plate bears is stamped “WH & S” “EP” and “A1”, with a circle of cross-hatching in front of the letters. This is the mark for William Hutton and Sons, who operated as silversmiths, between 1893 and 1930, in Birmingham, and London (pictured).
Measures: Dimensions: 7 1/2″ H x 5 1/2″ in diameter, from handle to handle.
This is a Kingsware baluster whiskey jug, decorated in the Arts and Crafts manner, in a muted naturalistic palette, by master pottery decorator, Charles Noke, with an image of the Pied Piper of Hamelin playing his flute.
Charles Nokes went to Doulton after serving for 16 years at Worcester factory, where he had trained under James Hadley. Kingsware was the result of a Noke’s experiment with glaze. Much of it was made for the Dewar’s Company for Scotch whiskey.
Doulton Kingsware whiskey jugs are both decorative and highly collectible. This is fine example of Noke’s work, and would take pride of place in a collection of Kingsware. It’s also a great gift for someone who collects unique bar ware, and would appreciate an unusual water pitcher to use when Scotch is served.
Marked: Signed “Noke” on the front, on the lower, left hand corner, near the foot of the figure. Black transfer mark on the bottom of the base, in use at the Doulton Burslem factory, Stoke-on-Trent, between 1902-22 (pictured).
Measures: Dimensions: 8 1/2″ H x 3 7/8″ in diameter.
This wonderful Gouda Delftware vase is a gourd shape, comprised of a smaller bulbous vase “neck” atop an elongated bulbous body and finished with a round, flat foot.
The top of the neck, lower third of the neck, bottom quarter of the vase and the foot are a muted green. Between the wide green bands, the vase is handsomely decorated with loosely painted, stylized geometric banding. The decorative bands occur below the lip, at the base of the neck and on the body of the vase, in shades of green, white, blue, yellow and rust.
Gouda was manufactured in numerous factories in that city in Holland and had its heyday from the late 1800s until the 1930s.
A Large HANNAH B. BARLOW Doulton Lambeth Jardinier with Stag and Deer dates 1883
This is a wonderful example of the work produced by the first female artist that worked for Doulton Lambeth, Hannah B. Barlow.
She specialized in animals and incised them into the clay as if sketching and on this piece Stag and Deer. Hannah used multiple techniques to decorate this jardiniere including salt glaze, slip, incised animals and paint.
This stoneware jardiniere is in excellent condition.
Impressed Mark: Doulton Lambeth and 1883 for the year is was made.
Initialled Marks: For Hannah B. Barlow and what appears to be other initials possible for one of her siblings.
Measures: 9 1/4 inches high by 8 1/2 inches wide.
Excellent condition – No chips, cracks or repairs.
This is a large majolica charger with a woman’s portrait in relief that is nicely hand painted giving the face such serenity. The portrait is of a woman with a striped & jewelled headscarf, golden flowing hair and multiple necklaces. This charger has a decorative pierced pink border accented with floral clusters and highlighted with gold. The background is a deep burgundy that makes the rest of the details stand out.
Marked: S??? – I have shown the mark but I am unable to make it out.
Charger measures: 15 1/2 inch diameter x 7/8 inches deep.
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