Newlyn Arts & Crafts copper rose bowl decorated with a foliate band of flowing repoussé poppies on hammered ground, complete with removable frog cover and raised on a tall pedestal foot with angular ankle, made circa 1905
Enchanting watercolour in the impressionist style by Scottish artist James Cadenhead (1858-1927) RSA, signed with monogram. It depicts a person walking in the countryside with stream and mountains in the distance.
Striking Moorcroft flambé vase in the desirable ‘leaf & berry’ pattern, designed by William Moorcroft, made c. 1928-1936, appropriately marked to the base with impressed, ‘MADE IN / ENGLAND’ / William Moorcroft left slanting facsimile impressed signature in blue / and the impressed mark, ‘POTTER TO H.M. THE QUEEN’.
The pleasingly proportioned flaring trumpet form body is decorated with a wide band of tube-lined leaves separated by berries reserved against a flambé ground shading to a deep blue. The glaze is a radiant flambé, burnishing the green leaves and purple berries with intense reds and oranges with brilliantly infused green and yellow highlights.
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