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Stoneware vase by Florence E. Barlow for Royal Doulton

Made 1883
Vase, stoneware, made by Doulton, decorated by Florence E. Barlow, England, 1883. Tall tapering cylindrical vase with long neck, the rim glazed grey-green, neck shoulders and body stone coloured ground stippled with a regular pattern of small impressed flower motif, applied on body with a design of birds amongst foliage in white and olive green pate-sur-pate, decorated by Florence E. Barlow (OF). Vase, pate sur pate (by Miss F. Barlow) (SB). Early Doulton Vase, pate sur pate, by Miss F Barlow 1883, signed, Doulton Lambeth, 14 3/4", brown salt glaze, orange skin texture glaze (LC).
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