A PILKINGTON ROYAL LANCASTRIAN LUSTRE VASE
A PILKINGTON ROYAL LANCASTRIAN LUSTRE VASE
A PILKINGTON ROYAL LANCASTRIAN LUSTRE VASE
A PILKINGTON ROYAL LANCASTRIAN LUSTRE VASE
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A PILKINGTON ROYAL LANCASTRIAN LUSTRE VASE

CIRCA 1908, IMPRESSED PL AND BEE MARK, ENGLAND VIII AND NUMERALS 2652, LUSTRE CEC MONOGRAM

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A PILKINGTON ROYAL LANCASTRIAN LUSTRE VASE
CIRCA 1908, IMPRESSED PL AND BEE MARK, ENGLAND VIII AND NUMERALS 2652, LUSTRE CEC MONOGRAM
Decorated by Charles Cundall in gold lustre with two galleons in full sail divided by trees and vertical bands of foliage on a dark red ground
5 1⁄2 in. (14 cm.) high
Provenance
Acquired from Richard Dennis, London, August 1993.
Literature
A.J. Cross, Pilkington's Royal Lancastrian Pottery and Tiles, London, 1980, p. 35, pl. XXIII.
Exhibited
London, 'Pilkington's Royal Lancastrian Exhibition', Richard Dennis, 1980, no. 135.

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