Of baluster form, the body enamelled in white, turquoise and green with flowers below a mottled green glazed neck, impressed mark.
c. Early 20th Century.
The Doulton factory was founded in Lambeth in 1815 to produce drainage and sanitary wares as well as some domestic wares and was producing decorative stonewares by the second half of the 19th century. The factory was given the Royal warrant in 1901 and so it became Royal Doulton. This is a typical example from the early part of the 20th century, the decoration made by pressing lace into the damp body prior to firing.
excellent all round perfect example.
Height 18 cm; Width 13 cm
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