vase

in the style of: H and R Daniel (estab. 1826, closed 1845);  manufacturer: Henry and Richard Daniel (estab. 1822, closed 1846);  manufacturer: Bedford Row pottery (estab. 1826, closed 1846?); 

circa 1826-circa 1835
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Description
vase, two-handled, covered, moulded, white ground with moulded flowers, foliage, butterflies, ducks and an urn on stand all painted in enamels including green, yellow, red and blue. Gilded band to foot rim and rim of cover. The domed cover has three neat holes and a Fo Dog finial. Two looped handles at shoulder terminate in dragon heads. The Daniels (Henry and Richard) are known to have had two factories, one at Stoke for production of porcelain and one at Shelton for production of earthenware and ironstone wares.
Maker and role
in the style of: H and R Daniel (estab. 1826, closed 1845)
manufacturer: Henry and Richard Daniel (estab. 1822, closed 1846)
manufacturer: Bedford Row pottery (estab. 1826, closed 1846?)
Production place
Shelton, Staffordshire potteries district, Staffordshire, England
Production date
circa 1826-circa 1835
Media description
ironstone, glazed, enamel
Measurements
370 x 220 (base) mm
top 120 mm
Measurement details
height: 370.5mm
width: 220.5mm
depth: 120.5mm
Signature/marks
Impressed mark beneath:
Project credit line
This digital record has been made available on TJC Collection Online through the generous support of The Friends of The Johnston Collection and Christine Bell
Accession number
A1173

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