Stunning design and form! Large Doulton Lambeth Art Nouveau stoneware vase. The tall baluster organic form rises to a pinched neck that flares at its top. Glazed in mottled royal blue. Incised floral, foliate and interlaced details are glazed in green and golden tones with lighter blue upon flower heads. Signed with incised artist mark beneath for Louisa Wakely, circa 1902. 16 3/4" H.
Pair Doulton Lambeth gilded circle ware vases. The overall spiral patterns are incised into the clay prior to firing. Gilding is then added along with enamel glazing. Banded foliates in relief upon a cobalt ground are above the spirals. Impressed artist mark for Lily Partington along with workshop marks circa 1910. 5" H. each
Lovely pair of Doulton Lambeth vases. Glazed stoneware, tall forms with pinched openings have a mottled, celadon ground. Each is decorated with open flowerheads and leaves upon a golden trellis work pattern. Florals are outlined in black with incised accents. Each impressed beneath with senior artist mark for Eliza Simmance along with marks of Emily Partington, senior assistant. Doulton marks along with date letter code for 1906. 14 3/4" H.
Lovely Dagobert Peche cup with saucer. The cream glazed pottery is painted with stylized Secession foliates. The handle, footed support and saucer rim each have complimenting Secession designs. Impressed marks for Gmunder Keramik, Austria circa 1915-20. Dimensions: 3 1/2" H, 4" W to Handle (cup), 6 1/4" W Saucer.
Pair of Art Nouveau Royal Dux pottery vases with pierced handles and florals. Ivory tone background with painted green & gilt accented relief flowers. Bases with impressed Royal Dux Bohemia triangles and factory numbers. One impressed Austria. Excellent condition. Height 9", width of base 5 1/2". Circa 1905
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : American : Pottery : Pre 1920 item #727428 (stock #2073)
Art Nouveau Majolica pottery Humidor with figural finial of a maiden's head. Tendril-like locks cascade about the lid. Beautiful, rich brown glaze overall with stylized florals highlighted in orange and green. Belgium circa 1915. 8" H, 4 3/4" Diameter.