A large Ruskin Pottery vase by William Howson Taylor with pink "Souffle" glaze made in 1927. Condition - excellent - no damages and no restoration. 22cm (8.6inches) high; 18cm (7 inches) wide. Weight - 1.82 kg (4lb 0.4oz)
A Royal Lancastrian vase with a crackular matt crystaline glaze and made circa 1948-1957 by Pilkington's Tile & Pottery Co. Ltd, Clifton Junction, Nr. Manchester, United Kingdom. Condition - excellent - no damages and no resoration. 12cm (4.75inches) high.
A scarce vibrantly painted Art Deco style jug - entitled "The Storm". This item was made during the inter war years - probably during the late 1920s. Condition - there is a faint 1cm (0.5 inch) hairline above the handle but otherwise exceptionally good with very little of the usual paint flaking on this well executed hand painted piece. 16cm (6.3 inches) across; 13cm (5.1 inches) high.
A rare 1920s Bursley ware vase inspired by Islamic 16th Century Turkish Iznik ceramic style and belonging to the 'Bagdad' range. This design is attributed to Frederick Rhead.
Condition - excellent. No chips, cracks or restoration. 18.5cm (7.25cm) high.
A 1920s/30s art deco vase with fine tube-lined decoration in the style of Charlotte Rhead and probably produced by Burgess and Leigh. Condition - excellent - no damages and no restoration. 17cm (6.7inches)high.
A rare Ruskin pottery vase with crystaline matt glaze, possibly an experimental piece, unusually carrying the incised signature of William Howson-Taylor on the base and with an impressed 1930 date. Condition - excellent. No damages and no restoration. 17cm (6.7 inches) high; 16.5cm (6.5 inches) wide.
A large bison or bull made during the 1960s or 1970s by Newlyn based studio potter Eric Leaper. As is usual for these pieces, this item is not signed. Condition - excellent. No damages and no restoration. 9.5 inches (24cm) long, 7 inches(18cm) high.
A very attractively decorated - 3.3inch (8.5cm) high - flambe glazed Wilkinsons "Oriflamme" vase - unusually depicting an oriental style carp.
There is a little wear to the gilding - otherwise perfect with no damages or restoration.
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A rare and charming pair of Compton Pottery figures made between 1902 & 1936. Both carry the impressed mark of the Compton Potters guild on the base. The head of the boy has been re-glued. No other damages and no restoration, they are 8.7 inches(22cm) high.