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Faience vase by Doulton & Co

Made by Mary Butterton in Lambeth, England, c.1880.
Vase, earthenware, faience glaze, hand-painted by Mary Butterton, Doulton and Co, (Pinder Bourne and Co.), Lambeth, London, England, c. 1880.

Vase, faience, earthenware, made by Doulton, painted by Mary Butterton, England, c.1880. Lambeth Faience Vase (SB). Vase, earthenware, painted in faience by Mary Butterton, monogram "MB", with three panels of yellow and white tulips on a black background, separated by vertical panels with beading and four-pointed petals. Decorated on a blank by Pinder Bourne and Co ; Impressed PB and Co, V, green stamp Doulton Lambeth. circa 1880 (OF).

Base features impressions "V" and "PB & Co".
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