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A2778-185 Ewer, Morrisian Ware, porcelain (bone china) painted by Arthur Pearce, made by Doulton & Co, Burslem, England, 1891-1902. Click to enlarge.

Ewer, Morrisian Ware, porcelain (bone china) painted by Arthur Pearce, made by Doulton & Co, Burslem, England, 1891-1902

Made by Doulton & Co (Burslem works) in Burslem, England, 1891-1902.

Ewer, girls with wreath, earthenware, painted by A Pearce, made by Doulton & Co, Burslem, England, 1891-1902

A ewer, made of wheel-thrown porcelain, with an ovoid body and bearing a decoration of girls playing with a long wreath. A pedestal foot rises to an ovoid body, surmounted by a tall, narrow, flaring neck, with a flaring rim and pouring lip. A strap handle extends from the shoulder to the rim. The body is decorated with a blue and white scene of five girls playing with a long, outstretche...

Summary

Object No.

A2778-185

Object Statement

Ewer, Morrisian Ware, porcelain (bone china) painted by Arthur Pearce, made by Doulton & Co, Burslem, England, 1891-1902

Physical Description

Ewer, girls with wreath, earthenware, painted by A Pearce, made by Doulton & Co, Burslem, England, 1891-1902

A ewer, made of wheel-thrown porcelain, with an ovoid body and bearing a decoration of girls playing with a long wreath. A pedestal foot rises to an ovoid body, surmounted by a tall, narrow, flaring neck, with a flaring rim and pouring lip. A strap handle extends from the shoulder to the rim. The body is decorated with a blue and white scene of five girls playing with a long, outstretched wreath, in a garden setting of fruit trees and flower beds, with a raised floral gilt background. The lower body and shoulder are decorated with a band of blue floral designs. The foot is decorated with a band of blue and raised gilt floral designs. The neck is decorated with fruit and leaves on a pale blue background. The handle is painted dark blue. The foot, rim and handle are edged in gold.

Marks

Maker's trademark on base, transfer printed in brown, crown surmounting irregular circle shape, with text 'DOULTON / BURSLEM' encircling central motif of four interlooping 'D's, with text 'ENGLAND' beneath. Maker's marks and number on base, in impressed text, 'DOULTON', 'IVORY' and '5931'. Rectangular paper label adhered to base, written in black ink 'B112'.

Dimensions

Height

272 mm

Width

110 mm

Production

Notes

Painted by A Pearce and manufactured by Doulton and Co.

Date refers to time period of maker's mark.

History

Notes

Displayed in the Royal Doulton Exhibition at Centre Point Tower, Sydney, 1979. Catalogue number B112.

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Ewer, Morrisian Ware, porcelain (bone china) painted by Arthur Pearce, made by Doulton & Co, Burslem, England, 1891-1902 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 7 December 2019, <https://ma.as/175904>

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