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Walter Moorcroft – Hibiscus Design Under Flambé Glaze
A stunning Walter Moorcroft vase with hibiscus design under flambé glaze. The piece is hand-painted with colours of green, blue, yellow, red and brown depicting a lovely scene of hibiscus flowers. It has a round base with a tall narrow neck, it is perfect for a timeless home decor, or holding fine objects.
Marked: On the bottom, painted in blue with the initials of Walter Moorcroft, Made in England. Royal import warrant label, ‘By Appointment, W. Moorcroft. Potters To The Late Queen Mary’.
Excellent Condition: No chips, cracks or repairs.
Moorcroft ‘Lily’ Fruit Bowl
A lovely Moorcroft Pottery fruit bowl with a hand- painted “Lily”. It has a two-handled circular form on a pedestal base, painted on the interior with leaves and a single large lily in the centre with buds, it is in tones od red, purple, yellow, green and blue on a blue ground. The pattern was created by Walter Moorcroft and dates it 1950s.
Marked: Impressed factory mark, with Walter Moorcroft signature, it dates 1945-1949. Potter to HM The Queen.
Measures: 4 inches in height x 7 1/2 inches wide (2 inches from handles)
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.
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 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 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.
This is an exemplary example of a Mettlach stein by Pillory and Boch. It featured a masterful trellis, grape vine and bird design that wraps around the body to highlight a placard that has what I believe to be a German drinking song. The plaque words, in German, are in black with red accents and are flanked with figures, one male & one female. This stein or tankard has a pottery lid that attaches to the handle with a pewter hinge, the hinge works easily to allow the drinker to open it using one hand.
Marked: Villeroy & Boch, Mettlach, 1370, II, 30 00 and 1/2 L. The mark in green was used from 1874 till 1909.
Measures: 6 inches high at handle x 5 1/2 inches wide including handle.
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.
A medium 10 inch sized Moorcroft vase in the pomegranate pattern – circa 1920’s.
Having half open and full pomegranates throughout in orange over a deep blue background.
Signed with William Moorcroft signature and stamped – Moorcroft, Made in England
A Moorcroft vase in the Wisteria or Plum pattern – circa 1930’s
Bright colours of yellows, blues, purples over a blue background.
Impressed marks – Moorcroft, Made in England with William Moorcroft’s signature.