1 May 1997
Three small glazed earthenware vases
Designed by Christopher Dresser, manufactured by Linthorpe Art Pottery, circa 1880
One green glazed, supported on three feet with impressed stylised foliate/palmette design, one conical with incised geometric design, brown glaze, the third dimpled twisted triangular with mottled green/brown glaze; and a small footed Flask, attributed to Christopher Dresser and Linthorpe Art Pottery, flat circular with simple impressed decoration on each face, brown/green glaze with turquoise running from the centre
2¾in. (7cm.), 4 1/8in. (10.2cm.), 5 5/8in. (14.3cm.) and 6in. (15cm.) respective heights
The first three with impressed designer's facsimile signature, factory marks, monogram HT, and numbered 65, 254 and 57 respectively, the fourth unmarked (4)
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Cf: Jesse and Dennis, op. cit., Cat. Nos. 3 and 4 (the three-footed vase reproduced).
See also: Durant, op. cit., p. 116 (drawing for the dimpled vase reproduced from a page in the Furniture Gazette, 15 May 1881).
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