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    burmantofts faience tubelined art nouveau pottery vase c1895

    Antique Burmantofts Faience Tubelined Art Nouveau Pottery Vase c1895
    • Antique Burmantofts Faience Tubelined Art Nouveau Pottery Vase c1895
    • Antique Burmantofts Faience Tubelined Art Nouveau Pottery Vase c1895
    • Antique Burmantofts Faience Tubelined Art Nouveau Pottery Vase c1895
    • Antique Burmantofts Faience Tubelined Art Nouveau Pottery Vase c1895
    • Antique Burmantofts Faience Tubelined Art Nouveau Pottery Vase c1895
    • Antique Burmantofts Faience Tubelined Art Nouveau Pottery Vase c1895

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    A very attractive tube-lined art vase from the Burmantofts Pottery c1895. The vase is of baluster-form with tapering neck. Tube-lined stylised floral panels around its body with stylised acanthus leaves around its neck. Impressed Burmantofts Faience mark and painted pattern number. The vase measures 17 cm in height.
    The vase is in excellent condition commensurate with age. No chips, cracks or restoration. Minor area of crazing to underside of base. Please see images as these form an important part of the description.

     
    The company (initially producing architctural ceramics) was started by William Wilcock and John Lassey in 1859 following the discovery of fire clay in a mine owned by Wilcock. In 1880, with an established market for middle-class home decorative objects, they ventured into the production of art pottery as an addition to industrial glazed ceramic products. The company was fortunate in having both coal and high-purity clay on the same site enabling good reproduction of shape and glazes of high clarity and brilliance. The most recognisable wares are their high-fired monochrome pieces as well as their Anglo-Persian vases - their range of decorative wares also including tube-lined and lustre pieces. By 1885 Burmantofts' products were on sale in London (at Harrods and Liberty's), Paris and Montreal. However, by 1904 their products were no longer profitable due to competing products from Britain and nearby Europe, and production of their Art Pottery ceased. The firm finally ceased production of architectural ceramics and closed in 1957.

    Materials:
    Ceramic
    Height (cm):
    17
    Price: £280.00

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