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A PAIR OF MEISSEN POT-POURRI VASES AND COVERS BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARKS, INCISED F.25. TO BOTH. VARIOUS IMPRESSED NUMERALS CIRCA 19TH CENTURY.
Each domed cover with wreath finial, above a pierced ...
Uniquely gorgeous high-fired sang-de-boeuf or flambé vase from the Ruskin Pottery dated 1920. The vase is of inverted baluster form with short collar rim. Blood-red glaze over an off-white ground. The ...
A pair of late 19th Century Chinese vases. Decorated with dragons in raised relief on a backdrop of stylised blue and white seascapes.
Signed to the bottom.
A Carlton ware Art Deco baluster vase circa 1930. Decorated with bird and cloud design in typical iridescent Carlton ware colours.
A pretty Coalport porcelain vase and cover. A lake scene transfer printed to the front and shell motif to the rear.
The bold electric blue contrasts beautifully with the electric blue ...
A Dolton Lambeth Vase by Jan Hurst in foliage design. Jan Hurst was a senior assistant at Lambeth from 1882 and worked at the Doultons from 18890 to 1922. ...
This is an early Moorcroft Big Poppy shaped vase. Signed William Moorcroft to the base. Large flowers to the surround on a blue ground. Excellent condition.
This is a Moorcroft Slipper Orchid vase on blue ground decorated fully to the surround. Excellent condition.
A truly delightful Doulton Lambeth vase by the highly collectable potter, Emily Stormer
Emily Stormer worked for Doultons from about 1877 to 1895. The quality of her work can be assessed ...
Offering a vintage 1930-40's Gustavsberg Argenta Sweden Pottery Vase no.1079 II.
In excellent vintage condition, no chips, no cracks, no damage.
Well marked to the base.
Offered for sale is this 1900's tall green Chinese vase with nice glazing in good condition.
Unusual early 20th century Ault Pottery vase c1920. Shouldered vase with narrow tapered collar neck. Stylised tubelined and slip-decorated design of trees encircling the body. Attractively coloured ground graduating from amber ...
Striking Art Deco vase from Pilkington’s Royal Lancastrian range c1935. Footed vase with fluted body and short everted rim. All over orange-vermilion glaze characterised by vermilion speckles over an orange ...
This richly hand-painted Japanese Imari porcelain vase is beautifully decorated with panels painted with floral displays and geometric designs. To the centre there is a larger shaped oval with a ...
Offered for sale is this delightful small antique Burmantofts pottery vase.
Fully marked to the underside.
Collection of Four Neoclassical Spill Vases. Tallest measured. Price for 4.
This squat earthernware vase is by William Baron of Barnstaple and dates from around 1900. The decoration is of bunches of grapes interspersed with grape leaves under a blue/pink glaze. ...
This is a fantastic example of the highly collectable Isaac Walton series by Charles Noke for Royal Doulton: Gallant Fishers Trophy Vase circa 1910
A twin-handled, flared, bulbous form trophy ...
This Royal Worcester vase is a bit unusual in that it is in the shape of a drawstring purse-it is possibly shape 381 which was issued in 1874 and described ...
This tall Royal Worcester porcelain vase features an unusual hand enamelled Chinoiserie pattern and dates from 1910. The shape number is 2510, which was introduced in 1910, and was listed ...
A fine and unusual 19th century Japanese vase of large proportions, this vase is superbly decorated throughout with mythical scenes, the attention to detail is like no other.
The vase has ...
These beautiful hand painted vases date from the Republic Period (1912 - 1949) and are of very fine quality. They stand 61cm tall and have a maximum diameter of 24cm.
This very striking pair of vases are a bit of a mystery. They are porcelain, hand painted (not previously transfer printed) with two different friezes which appear to show ...
This Doulton Burslem vase features a very pretty hand painted scene of a lady holding an armful of roses. It was painted by Frederick Sutton, who was employed at Doulton ...
This lovely Doulton Burslem Luscian ware vase was painted by Charles Hart Senior who worked at Doulton for about 47 years, from 1880 - 1927. Charles Hart senior was a ...
This Macintyre vase is decorated with an Aurelian pattern designed by William Moorcroft in 1897 with the design registered in February 1898 (Rd 314901). The base carries the MacIntyre mark ...
A pair of Japanese Satsuma earthenware vases, each of baluster form painted in coloured enamels and gilding with a continuous band showing courtly pursuits including, calligraphy, playing go reading and ...
A quirky mid century retro flower vase with multicoloured spots and a textured finish to the body. An excellent, bold display piece for any room
Offered for sale is this SCARCE Wedgwood jasperware vase in ‘Teal’. It is in good condition, throughout.
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