Vase, Urn

Royal Doulton
Production date
Circa 1902-1922
Dark blue Bone China Urn with extensive gilding and 2 hand-painted reserves. Classical form with pair of scrolled handles, inward-sloping gadrooned rim, waisted pedestal and square base. Rectangular reserve panel in cartouche each side (portrait shape) - seascape with single sailing boat (? fishing), and seascape with 3 sail (fishing) boats in harbour. Blue ground has fine gold dots/circles; handles rim and pedestal/base heavily gilded. Interior - white glaze-crazed.
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Production role
Height: 115mm (4 1/2")
Diameter: 95mm (3 3/4")
Associated person
Associated notes
User's Occupation: Real Estate/Private.
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Marks and Inscriptions
Marks/Inscriptions: "H. Allen" (Harry Allen); Type of mark: Signature; Notes: Seascape with 3 sail (fishing) boats in harbour signed
Marks/Inscriptions: "11186"; Type of mark: Marks; Notes: Incised Mark
Marks/Inscriptions: "2"; Type of mark: Marks; Notes: Blue painted number stated inside


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