Royal Doulton Ltd
Monumental salt-glazed stoneware baluster vase with slender neck and flared mouth, designed and decorated by Mark V. Marshall and Eleanor Toson in coloured slip using tube-lining with an abstract seaweed-like design and small flowers on a heavily textured ground resembling ray skin. Colours are a mixture of ochre, russet, cream, green and aubergine.
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Diameter: 309mm (12 3/16")
Diameter: 262mm (10 5/16")
Diameter: 420mm (16 9/16")
Weight: 50000g (50kg)
Marks/Inscriptions: Impressed rosette with 4 intersecting Ds in centre and inscription DOULTON. LAMBETH. Beneath ENGLAND; Type of mark: Manufacturer's mark; Method: Impressed; Notes: On neck above decorator's mark. This is the standard mark for Doulton Ware (Lambeth factory) from 1891-1902.
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