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PILKINGTON ROYAL LANCASTRIAN (worked 1889-1938)
Pilkington. Royal Lancastrian vase. (1913 England)

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PILKINGTON ROYAL LANCASTRIAN (worked 1889-1938)

Signed/Inscribed/Dated

Indistinct impressed marks. Painted initials for Mycock. Painted year mark for 1913.

Height 7.50inch high [19.05 cm high]

Condition

Perfect.

Description / Expertise

Vase covered in lustre glase by the Royal Lancastrian pottery; also known as Pilkington.
A major Art Pottery ceramic factory producing high quality and expensive wares in the arts and crafts style.
Shaped with bulbous body and elongated neck. The body is a light coffee colour and decorated with four distinct panels. The base with the mark for William Mycock and code date for 1913.
Pilkington; a major maker of Twentieth Century Decorative Arts. Art Nouveau.

Price

gbp 1450.00 (Pound Sterling)