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2819 [WEB APPROVED] Vase, green and buff with white flowes, glazed, earthenware, designed by Fannie J. Allen, made by Doulton & Co, Lambeth, England, 1883. Click to enlarge.

Impasto vase by Doulton and Co

Made by Allen, Fannie J in Lambeth, England, 1883.

Vase, earthenware, impasto decoration by Fannie J. Allen, Doulton and Co., England, 1883

Globular body with tall neck, yellow glaze inside neck, body painted in green with buff coloured florettes, a band at the neck and three circular panels on the body are decorated with sprays of white, yellow and grey blossoms (OF). Doulton Impasto Vase (SB).

Summary

Object No.

2819

Object Statement

Vase, green and buff with white flowes, glazed, earthenware, designed by Fannie J. Allen, made by Doulton & Co, Lambeth, England, 1883

Physical Description

Vase, earthenware, impasto decoration by Fannie J. Allen, Doulton and Co., England, 1883

Globular body with tall neck, yellow glaze inside neck, body painted in green with buff coloured florettes, a band at the neck and three circular panels on the body are decorated with sprays of white, yellow and grey blossoms (OF). Doulton Impasto Vase (SB).

Marks

On base, impressed: "Doulton Impasto" mark with "1883" in centre (see photocopy on blue file)."C" / square with crosses inside.Incised: monogram of Fannie J. Allen, "535".Sticker: "L99" (incorrect? catalogue number should be L110).

Dimensions

Height

375 mm

Width

200 mm

Production

Notes

Made by Doulton, Lambeth, London. Decorated by Fannie J. Allen.

Made in 1883.

History

Notes

Royal Doulton Exhibition, MAAS, Sydney, 1979. Catalogue No.L110.

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Impasto vase by Doulton and Co 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 8 December 2019, <https://ma.as/13383>

Wikipedia

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