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An American Aesthetic, Edward Lycett (1833-1910) ewer, Faiwnce Manufacturing Co., Circa 1886-1890, richly gilded scrolling acanthus spout, "C" scroll handle, diaper-pattern cylinder neck on double-gourd body, decorated with chicken and rooster amonst raspberry vines.

Vase, 1883 Decorated by Edward Lycett (American, born in England 1833–1910) Possibly made in EuropePorcelain, overglaze enamel decoration and gilding

An important Faience Manufacturing Co. Art Pottery Vase on Stand, both pieces impressed "659" on the underside, the ring-form rim decorated in silver, the elongated gilded neck applied with bronze stippling, each should joined by a gilded pierced scrolled handle filled with exotic flowers and ferns, the waist painted with colorful wild roses, vines and various flowers and butterflies, on a gilded and mottled copper-bronze foot, the stand with bronze rim, New York, circa 1886-1890

Jug Possibly designed by C. A. Lawrence Manufacturer: Manufactured by Beverly Pottery Date: 1875–80 Geography: New England, Beverly, Massachusetts, United States Culture: American Medium:


Vase by William de Morgan, Fulham, England, circa 1888-1898, earthenware with enamels

Possibly designed by Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse (French, Anizy-le-Château 1824–1887 Sèvres) Josiah Wedgwood and Sons (1759–present) 1876 England , Etruria, Staffordshire | The Met


Victoria Object: Wine cooler and cover Place of origin: Stoke-on-Trent, England ca. 1851 by: Jeannest, Pierre-Emile, born 1813 - died 1857

Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co. Silver & Glass Claret Jug

Etruria Pottery Factory The Etruria Works was a ceramics factory opened by Josiah Wedgwood in 1769 in a district of Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England, which he named Etruria. The factory ran for 180 years.

HUGE Cantagalli Italian Faience Majolica Winged Figures Art Pottery Vase

HUGE Cantagalli Italian Faience Majolica Winged Figures Art Pottery Vase, 19" tall x 19" Wide, Great Quality, Cockrell Sig.