6/25/2024, 18:20:40
Unusual Walton Staffordshire Pearlware Castle Spill Vase c.1820 (1 of 13)
The Fancy Fox
Flag of United KingdomSuffolk, UK
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Unusual Walton Staffordshire Pearlware Castle Spill Vase c.1820

REF: FA0433 / LA75044
£345
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Description
An unusual Staffordshire pottery pearlware spill vase by John Walton. Formed as a castle turret set on a large grassy mound with a river running underneath through the mound and a small rowing boat floating on the water. Decorated in the round with shredded clay vegetation. The 'Walton' banner mark is to the reverse.
measurements
Height:
14 cm
Width:
11.5 cm
Depth:
9 cm
declaration
The Fancy Fox has clarified that the Unusual Walton Staffordshire Pearlware Castle Spill Vase c.1820 (LA75044) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being c.1820
condition
Condition is very good with no damage or restoration bar a small scrape to the glaze at the start of the banner and a few light losses to the shredded clay.
location
This Unusual Walton Staffordshire Pearlware Castle Spill Vase c.1820 is located in Suffolk, United Kingdom