New York, East
13 March 2001
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AN EARTHENWARE EWER AND TWO EARTHENWARE VASES
Designed by Christopher Dresser, Manufactured by Linthorpe Art Pottery, Circa 1880
The ewer with a central raised star design, running ochre and mustard yellow glaze; the two vases each with a central raised scroll motif, one in running burnt orange and amber glaze, the other in running brown and turquoise green glaze, each impressed with the firm's and designer's marks with numbers
8in. (20.3cm.) high; 8in. (20.3cm.); 81/8in. (20.7cm.) high (3)
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cf. Dr. Widar Halén, Christopher Dresser, 1990, pl.185, p.163 for an illustration of the two-handled vase with running brown and turquoise green glaze.
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