Duchess of Sutherland Cripples Guild

Duchess of Sutherland Cripples Guild – Stamped Mark DSCG – S/P Pedestal Bowl – stock #57717

A lovely example of an arts and crafts silver plated copper pedestal bowl hand hammered and decorated with a chased pattern of vines and grapes over a planished texture.

Stamped makers mark on the underside of DSCG below a coronet. These are the marks of the fabulously named Duchess of Sutherland Cripples’ Guild.

57717d

Size
Marks
Condition
10.5cm high
14cm diameter
Stamped marks on the underside. Rim is a little wavy with small indentations. Copper showing on foot rim edge and a little close to the design. Wear to the interior.
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Arts & Crafts Copper Vase

Arts & Crafts Copper 2 Handle VASE – John Williams Yattendon – stock #45317

A striking attractive original period arts and crafts design copper two handled vase decorated with a deep repousse design of flowers and leaves.

Unmarked – most likely by John williams, Fivemiletown, The Newton Class or Yattendon and dating to c1900.

45317a

Size
Marks
Condition
23.5cm high
10.5cm diameter
23cm wide inc handles
Unmarked Great colour – fading towards the bottom. Repair on the underside – SEE solder repair. A few minor scuffs, surface wear and slight indents.
Price GB Pounds
SOLD
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Loetz Witwe – Olympia Glatt Vase c1900

Loetz Witwe – Olympia Glatt Vase c1900 – stock #54817

A fine looking Loetz art glass vase dating to the c1900 with a squared dimples shaped form with wide flat top rim and vertical ribbing to the neck. Similar to the shapes designed for Max Emanuel, London and attributed to the designer, Dr Christopher Dresser. It has a very pale green, luminous and translucent ground with matte iridescence colour. From a range of art glass called Olympia Glatt that was in production from c1896.

Unmarked – Hollow ground and polished pontil on the underside.

54817e

Size
Marks
Condition
11.5cm high
9cm wide
Unmarked No chips, cracks or restorations. Some surface wear – SEE scratch shown in photographs. A few black inclusion in the glass around the neck.
Price GB Pounds
£85.00
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Hugh Wallis – Copper Plate

Hugh Wallis – Copper Plate c1920 – stock #35417

A super arts and crafts copper plate decorated with a central cartouche of flowers designed by Hugh Wallis (1871-1943)dating to the mid 1925’s. It has a nice haevy weight with typical dots and dashes rim decoration.

Stamped HW monogram.

35417a

Size
Marks
Condition
22.5cm wide Stamped HW monogram within a square. Presented bright polished. Some surface corrosion and missing pewter overlay.
Price GB Pounds
£30.00
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Langley Ware – Sgraffito Jardiniere c1890

Langley Ware – Sgraffito Jardiniere c1890 – stock #31217

A super quality art pottery jardiniere by Langley Ware dating to c1890-95. This example is decorated with a pattern of blossom on branches with leaves using the incised sgraffito method cut through a buff outer layer. Hand painted colours on the blossom and leaves.

Fully marked on the underside with impressed and incised markings.

31217a

Size
Marks
Condition
18.5cm high
19.5cm wide
Impressed – Langley ware & 215_145
Incised “46”
No chips, cracks or restorations.
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W.A.S Benson – Candlesticks

W.A.S Benson – Candlesticks – stock #16317

These are two arts and crafts candlesticks designed by William Arthur Smith Benson (1854-1924) and dating to c1900. They are both of a similar design with contrasting colours; one with copper details the other with brass.

Similar examples are illustrated in Benson’s 1899-1900 “Price List of Fittingd for Oil, Gas, Candle, Table Ware etc” as design number 770.

16317a

Size
Marks
Condition
26cm high
14cm wide
Unmarked Good with some wear – Sconce drip trays have bends and indents. One split on the brass one..
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Winchcombe Pottery – Lemonade Set

Winchcombe Pottery – Lemonade Set by Sidney Tustin – stock #12417

An English studio pottery lemonade set by Sidney Tustin (1913-2005) at the Winchcombe Pottery. Comprising of a large jug and 6 beaker all decorated with a similar wavy design on green glaze. Some of the beaker are marked with impressed WP & ST seals.

Most likely dating to the late 1960’s.

12417a

Size
Marks
Condition
Jug – 19cm high & 14cm wide
Beakers – 9cm high & 8cm diameter
Impressed WP & ST seals on 3 beakers Small chip on spout of the jug. No other chips, cracks or restorations.
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Upchurch Pottery – Vase c1930

Upchurch Pottery – Twin Handled Vase c1930 – stock #60016

A super example of Upchurch Pottery with this twin handled 26cm high vase decorated with typical running earthy blue and grey glazes on a Roman inspired shape. Signed on the underside in script “Upchurch” to indicate a date of about 1930. Many of these shapes were inspired by Roman examples excavated locally to the pottery and were sold through Liberty of London.

60016a

Size
Marks
Condition
26cm high
16cm wide
Incised script mark on the underside. No chips, cracks or restorations.
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Hugh Wallis – Snowdrop Tray

Hugh Wallis – Snowdrop Tray- stock #48016

This is an arts and crafts design copper tray from the workshops of Hugh Wallis (1871-1943) most mikely dating to the mid tp lter 1930’s. It is circular in form with deeply hammered section. The rim is folded over and decorated with a typical punched dots and dashes border. The centre has a chased design of snowdrop flowers which is inlaid with pewter.

This example is in excellent condition with the pewter inlay intact and still retaining the original chocolate brown patination.

Stamped with the smaller HW monogram on the front which would date this to the later 1930’s.

48016a

Size
Marks
Condition
19cm diameter Stamped with the smaller HW monogram Excellent original condition.
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Stoneware & Brass Thread Winder

Stoneware & Brass Thread Winder ? – DOULTON LAMBETH Stoneware c1880 – stock #mm1

Here we offer an unusual stoneware pottery headed thread winder?? dating from the late 19th century. The head is made from heavily incised and decorated stoneware that looks to be Doulton Lambeth. If not them another London maker such as Bailey Fulham, James Stiff or Martin Brothers.

I don’t not know the history of this item or how it was originally used – a Victorian oddity.

winder1

Size
Marks
Condition
15cm long
5cm diameter
No visible marks found. No chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds
£95.00
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