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DOULTON BULLOCH LADE'S WHISKY JUG.Light brown wasted body with dark blue top. Transfer printed, BULLOCH LADE'S BL SCOTCH WHISKEY. Complete with large blue stoneware stopper with large letter BL. Doulton factory mark to base. Height with stopper 9 inches. Mint condition.
Code: 2043Price: 135.00 GBP
DOULTON ADVERTISING DEWERS WHISKY JUG.Large brown stoneware jug with black top.Transfered printed, DEWERS PERTH WHISKY, THE WHISKY OF HIS FOREFATHERS, BY ROYAL WARRANT TO HIS MAJESTY THE QUEEN. Large detailed picture of a Scotsman enjoying his whisky and being visited by several of his ancestors.Doulton factory marks to base. Circa1895. Height 10 inches.Mint condition.
DOULTON MINIATURE DRUM AND TAMBOURINE.This interesting Doulton novelty was produced as a match stick holder. Doulton Lambeth stamps to base. Circa 1900. Mint condition.
Code: 2039Price: 68.00 GBP
DOULTON VASE COMMEMORATING THE VISIT OF THE PRINCE OF WALES TO THE DOULTON FACTORY IN 1885.This attractive vase commemorates the visit of the Prince of Wales (latter King Edward the 7th) to the Doulton factory in 1885 and the award of the Albert medal to Henry Doulton. Green glazed decorative vase with brown and white decoration.The front of the vase has a plaque featuring the bust of the prince of wales in profile with the Prince of wales plumes above and motto below.There are two further plaques, the first one has the inscription, ALBERT MEDAL SOCIETY OF ARTS 1885 FOR IMPULSE GIVEN TO PRODUCTION OF ART POTTERY IN LONDON, the second plaque has the inscription, PRESENTED BY H.R.H THE PRINCE OF WALES TO HENRY DOULTON DECEMBER 21 1885 AT LAMBETH ART POTTERY. The vase is especially attractive as it is produced with a simulated high quality lace affect. Doulton factory marks to base. Height 16cm. A rare commemorative Doulton factory vase, the last one i remember seeing for sale was about 6 years ago and that sold for more than double my asking price.
VICTORIAN DOULTON LEMONADE JUG.A very attractive example produced in a blue, green and brown glaze with intricate flower decoration. Artist initials EA and Doulton factory marks to base and dated 1878. Very faint star crack in base but it is very minor and does not go through the pottery. Complete with silver hallmarked collar. Height just over 9 inches or 23cm. Near mint.
Code: 2023Price: 200.00 GBP
VICTORIAN DOULTON LEMONADE JUG BY HANNA BARLOW.This is a beautiful example which is in mint condition decorated by the famous and desirable Doulton artist, Hanna Barlow.The jug is decorated with five donkey's in a meadow. Attractive green and blue borders.The base of the jug has the Doulton factory stamp, Hanna Barlow's initials, assistants initials, date of manufacture 1877 and various other stamps. Silver collar . Height approximately 9 inches or 23cm. Mint condition.
Code: 2020Price: 800.00 GBP
VICTORIAN DOULTON LEMONADE JUG.A very attractive jug decorated with an intricate design of flowers with border to top and bottom edge. The base has Doulton factory mark, date 1879 and artists initials. silver collar.Height approximately 24cm. Mint condition.
VICTORIAN DOULTON LEMONADE JUG.Extra large brown glazed Doulton jug with attractive blue flower decoration. Doulton factory mark with date 1877 and Emily Parkington artists marks to base. Silver collar with hinged lid. Height almost 11 inches or 28cm. An impressive looking large jug. Mint condition.
DOULTON BEAKER BY GEORGE TINWORTH.A very nice and attractive Victorian Doulton stoneware lemonade beaker by the famous Doulton artist George Tinworth. The beaker is decorated in the typical Tinworth style with swirling foliage with raised flower designs produced in an attractive blue and brown glaze. Tinworth initials to the front of the beaker and then Doulton Lambeth factory marks and assistants initials with date 1877 to base. Complete with original silver plated collar.Mint condition.
Code: 1941Price: 225.00 GBP
DOULTON BABY STONEWARE INKWELL.A rare full colour novelty stoneware inkwell modeled as a baby, lifting the the baby's head reveals the inkwell. Base is marked with Royal Doulton pottery stamp, model number and design registration number.The main flaw with this pattern inkwell is that the stoneware and metal hinge often breaks and the head then becomes detached probably because they are top heavy, the example I have available the head is still firmly in place but there are some tiny chips from the hinge but the head has not become detached and it is still firmly in place and it is in perfect functioning order, the glaze shows old age crazing but there are no repairs or other damage, it is in remarkably good condition. Height just under 4 inches.
Code: 1902Price: 395.00 GBP
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