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Fabulous Rare Arthur Barlow Silver Hinged Lidded Wine Jug c.1870 (1 of 16)
Fabulous Rare Arthur Barlow Silver Hinged Lidded Wine Jug c.1870 (2 of 16)
Fabulous Rare Arthur Barlow Silver Hinged Lidded Wine Jug c.1870 (3 of 16)
Fabulous Rare Arthur Barlow Silver Hinged Lidded Wine Jug c.1870 (4 of 16)
Fabulous Rare Arthur Barlow Silver Hinged Lidded Wine Jug c.1870 (5 of 16)
Fabulous Rare Arthur Barlow Silver Hinged Lidded Wine Jug c.1870 (6 of 16)
Fabulous Rare Arthur Barlow Silver Hinged Lidded Wine Jug c.1870 (7 of 16)
Fabulous Rare Arthur Barlow Silver Hinged Lidded Wine Jug c.1870 (8 of 16)
Fabulous Rare Arthur Barlow Silver Hinged Lidded Wine Jug c.1870 (9 of 16)
Fabulous Rare Arthur Barlow Silver Hinged Lidded Wine Jug c.1870 (10 of 16)
Fabulous Rare Arthur Barlow Silver Hinged Lidded Wine Jug c.1870 (11 of 16)
Fabulous Rare Arthur Barlow Silver Hinged Lidded Wine Jug c.1870 (12 of 16)
Fabulous Rare Arthur Barlow Silver Hinged Lidded Wine Jug c.1870 (13 of 16)
Fabulous Rare Arthur Barlow Silver Hinged Lidded Wine Jug c.1870 (14 of 16)
Fabulous Rare Arthur Barlow Silver Hinged Lidded Wine Jug c.1870 (15 of 16)
Fabulous Rare Arthur Barlow Silver Hinged Lidded Wine Jug c.1870 (16 of 16)
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Fabulous Rare Arthur Barlow Silver Hinged Lidded Wine Jug c.1870

REF: LA381370
£695
€831
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Description
Fabulous Arthur Barlow Silver Hinged Lidded Wine Jug c1890, beautifully decorated and unusual in having a beautiful galleried silver mount and hinged lid with raised detailing and thumbpiece. Hallmarked with the maker's marks for George Edwards & Sons, early Victoris head hallmark, no date letter. Arthur and his sister, Hannah, were both students at the Lambeth School of Art. The owner of Doulton’s – Henry Doulton was developing a good relationship with the School of Art and in 1871, Arthur and Hannah were among a group of students who were taken on by Doulton’s. Their first jobs were to decorate salt-glazed stoneware pots. Arthur soon showed his talent and designed beautiful jugs and vases usually with swirling foliate designs. For a while, he worked with George Tinworth. His sisters specialised in the animals, birds, and flowers, while Arthur’s naturalistic artwork generally depicted the leaves and other flowing designs. Sadly, Arthur died when he was only thirty-three years old. During his eight years with Royal Doulton, he produced some beautiful and highly skilled pieces. Because of the relatively short time he worked there, there are comparatively fewer pieces surviving than those say of his sisters. But their rarity and beauty make them highly desirable additions to any collection.

measurements

Height:
24.5 cm
Width:
13 cm
Depth:
14.5 cm

declaration

The Art of Quality has clarified that the Fabulous Rare Arthur Barlow Silver Hinged Lidded Wine Jug c.1870 (LA381370) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being c1870s

condition

Very Good

additional info

Material:
Origin:
Date of Manufacture:
c1870s

delivery

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location

This Fabulous Rare Arthur Barlow Silver Hinged Lidded Wine Jug c.1870 is located in St. Albans, United Kingdom