Rorstrand – Drejar Gruppen Vase

Rorstrand Sweden – Drejar Gruppen Vase – stock #36317

A stunning mid century modern design stoneware vase by Rorstrand of Sweden from their Drejar Gruppen range of studio pottery. This example is decorated with a geometric modernist design in blues and browns on a mottled grey back ground. Dated 1976.

36317a

Size
Marks
Condition
17.5cm high
10.5cm wide
Painted marks on the underside “R with 3 crown Sweden Drejar Gruppen 1976” No chips, cracks or restorations.
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Stanilas Reychan – Lion & Unicorn

Stanilas Reychan – Lion & Unicorn Figures – stock #26017

A super stylised pair of art studio pottery figures in the form of a Lion and a Unicorn representing the Royal coat of arms of the United Kingdom. Each is skill fully hand modelled and decorated with a pale buff/grey glaze. Impressed SR monogramm and original exhibition price labels . The original price was £8-18-6.

Stanislas Reychan MBE (b1897) was born in Vienna, Austria; his father was Polish and mother Austrian. He arrived in England during WW11 and in the late 1940’s he studied at the Central School of Art where he was tutored by the artist studio potter, Dora Billington (1890-1968). He established his own studio in 1950 and potted until he was eighty-eight. He was widely respected and exhibited, and won a silver medal in 1960 at the Paris Salon.

26017a

Size
Marks
Condition
21cm high
7cm wide
Signed with SR monogram and original price labels. Very good. One re-glue break on the Lion’s mane – SEE pictures
Price GB Pounds
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Stanilas Reychan – Owl Figures

Stanilas Reychan – Owl Family Figures – stock #33917

A super stylised trio of art studio pottery figures in the form of an Owl with two differing chicks. Each is skill fully hand modelled and decorated with a pale buff/grey glaze. Impressed SR monogramm on the wings.

Stanislas Reychan MBE (b1897) was born in Vienna, Austria; his father was Polish and mother Austrian. He arrived in England during WW11 and in the late 1940’s he studied at the Central School of Art where he was tutored by the artist studio potter, Dora Billington (1890-1968). He established his own studio in 1950 and potted until he was eighty-eight. He was widely respected and exhibited, and won a silver medal in 1960 at the Paris Salon.

33917a

Size
Marks
Condition
Mother – 14.5cm by 11cm
Chicks – 11cm by 9cm
Signed with SR monogram on each. Very good. Chip on the underside on the mother together another chip on one feater – SEE pictures
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Powell Whitefriars Glass – M54 Decanter

Powell Whitefriars Glass – M54 “Govette” Decanter – stock #28017

A great looking original art deco glass decanter with stopper by Powell Whitefriars Glass. Designed by Barnaby Powell in about 1930. It is from the M54 “Govette” wine service in a golden amber colourway. Illustrated on page 129, Plate128 of “Whitefriars Glass, The Art of James Powell & Sons”

Quoting from Vogue magazine’s November 1933 isse; “The tall slender Govette decanter is a copy of an old Italian flask, and the glass has the uneven finish given by the mould”

28017a

Size
Marks
Condition
38.5cm high
10cm wide
Unmarked – Hollow ground and polished pontil. Engraved “2” on stopper No chips, cracks or restorations.
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Thomas Forester – R Dean Vase

Thomas Forester – Art Pottery Vase R Dean – stock #25417

A super looking “majolica” ware vase by Thomas Forester & Sons decorated and signed R Dean. It has an organic form with rolled and twisted tip rim and covered with incised and slip painted foliage patterns.

Signed on the undeside “R Dean” for their art director Roger Dean. Most likely dating to the early 1920’s.

25417a

Size
Marks
Condition
16cm high
11cm wide
Signed “R Dean” on the underside. No chips, cracks or restorations. Minimal use wear.
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Rosa Ramalho – Queen Figurine

Rosa Ramalho – Queen Figurine – stock #20417

An outstanding large folk art pottery figurine of a flower Queen by the Portugese artist Rosa Ramalho. It is naively modelled and glazzed in a rich mustard yellow colour. Signed RR on the foot rim. There are some areas of glaze flaking which have been over-painted – most likely in period.

Rosa Ramalho (1888–1977) was the working name of the noted Portuguese ceramic artist Rosa Barbosa Lopes. Although she learnt pottery whilst still young, it wasn’t until after her husband’s death when she was aged 68, that she began to create the figures that would establish her fame. Rosa was enroled as a Dame in the Order of Saint James of the Sword and in 1968 awarded the medal “As Artes ao Serviço da Nação” (Arts in Service to the Nation). SEE online video CLICK HERE

20417bb

Size
Marks
Condition
47cm high
15cm wide
Incised monogram on side RR Generally good – some over painted glaze loss. A few glaze chips – SEE pictures.
Price GB Pounds
SOLD
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Rosa Ramalho – Flower Seller

Rosa Ramalho – Flower Seller – stock #20317

An outstanding folk art pottery figurine of a flower seller by the Portugese artist Rosa Ramalho. It is naively modelled and glazzed in a rich mustard yellow colour. Signed RR on the foot rim. There are some areas of glaze flaking which have been over-painted – most likely in period.

Rosa Ramalho (1888–1977) was the working name of the noted Portuguese ceramic artist Rosa Barbosa Lopes. Although she learnt pottery whilst still young, it wasn’t until after her husband’s death when she was aged 68, that she began to create the figures that would establish her fame. Rosa was enroled as a Dame in the Order of Saint James of the Sword and in 1968 awarded the medal “As Artes ao Serviço da Nação” (Arts in Service to the Nation). SEE online video CLICK HERE

20317b

Size
Marks
Condition
30.5cm high
10cm wide
Incised monogram on side RR Generally good – some over painted glaze loss. A few glaze chips – SEE pictures.
Price GB Pounds
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DOULTON LAMBETH – c1870 Arthur Barlow

DOULTON LAMBETH Ewer – c1870 Arthur Barlow – stock #5417

An unusual and very early Doulton Lambeth stoneware ewer dating to c1870. It is decorated with an incised pattern of birds and grass on a pale stoneware and coloured with a blue wash.

Impressed “Doulton Lambeth” on the underside. No artist marks or monogram. Mostly likely decorated by Arthur Barlow or one of his sisters; Hannah Barlow or Florence Barlow.

5417a

Size
Marks
Condition
22.5cm high
10cm wide
Impressed “Doulton Lambeth” on the underside. No cracks or restorations. Chip on foot.
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TUDRIC English Pewter BOWL – Pattern Number 01161

TUDRIC English Pewter BOWL – Pattern Number 01161 – stock #817

This is a super fine looking art nouveau design Liberty & Co Tudric “English Pewter” bowl dating to c1910-15. It has a simple fluid rounded hexagonal shape decorated with a pattern of small berry or Honesty motifs around the top rim. It is raised on three feet and has a hammered finish.

Marked on the underside as shape number 01161. This shape and pattern mostly likely designed by Archibald Knox.

817g

Size
Marks
Condition
6cm high
26cm wide
Stamped on the underside – SEE pictures
5
English Pewter
01161
Made in England
Very good looking, presented in a bright polished condition.
A few scrapes and indents on the rim
Some areas of pitting in the well of the bowl together with minor indent.
An antique item with evidence of use and wear.
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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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