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2815 Plaque, with a portrait of a man, earthenware, faience glaze, hand-painted by James Cruikshank, Doulton & Co., Lambeth, London, England, c.1880.. Click to enlarge.

Doulton faience plaque

Made by Doulton & Co (Lambeth works) in Lambeth, England, 1878.

Plaque, earthenware, faience glaze, hand-painted by James Cruikshank, Doulton and Co., Lambeth, London, England, c.1880
Plaque, circular, border of vases, mythical birds, garlands, bosses in white and yellow on a blue background, centre circle contains a portrait (head and shoulders only) of a young man with long hair and a moustache wearing a leather hat, a metal neck plate (armour) and a brown tunic (OF). Lambeth Faience 12” Plaque (Turk’s head) [12 has been crossed out and 20 written in penci...

Summary

Object No.

2815

Object Statement

Plaque, with a portrait of a man, earthenware, faience glaze, hand-painted by James Cruikshank, Doulton & Co., Lambeth, London, England, c.1880.

Physical Description

Plaque, earthenware, faience glaze, hand-painted by James Cruikshank, Doulton and Co., Lambeth, London, England, c.1880
Plaque, circular, border of vases, mythical birds, garlands, bosses in white and yellow on a blue background, centre circle contains a portrait (head and shoulders only) of a young man with long hair and a moustache wearing a leather hat, a metal neck plate (armour) and a brown tunic (OF). Lambeth Faience 12" Plaque (Turk's head) [12 has been crossed out and 20 written in pencil] (SB). Wall-plaque - head of cavalier, 20 1/2", painted by James Cruikshank (LC).

Marks

Written on base: "J. Cruikshank / 531 ", "s/m - m -". Impressed on base: mark no.11 (see photocopy on blue file) Doulton Faience, "6-78". Stamped in green: "DOULTON ...". Stickers: "No.2815 / Doulton Plaque / L88". Dymo tape: "2815".

Dimensions

Height

47 mm

Production

Notes

Made by Doulton & Watts, Lambeth, London. Painted by James Cruikshank.

Made in 1878, according to mark impressed on base.

History

Notes

Royal Doulton Exhibition, Sydney, 1979.

Cite this Object

Harvard

Doulton faience plaque 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 20 October 2019, <https://ma.as/13377>

Wikipedia

{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/13377 |title=Doulton faience plaque |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=20 October 2019 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}

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