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AESTHETIC CHRISTOPHER DRESSER LIDDED JUG CIRCA 1865 ELKINTONG & CO SILVER PLATED

AESTHETIC CHRISTOPHER DRESSER LIDDED JUG CIRCA 1865 ELKINTONG & CO SILVER PLATED

Christopher Dresser Ault Vase

Christopher Dresser Ault Vase

Christopher Dresser, crown prince of Britain’s Aesthetic ceramic movement, is known for his wild, futuristic designs. His vase for Ault Pottery is presented in a shouldered form with cylindrical neck and everted rim, the shoulder modelled in relief with four masks, each with protruding elongated tongues, in glazes running in blue and aubergine.

Christopher Dresser, crown prince of Britain’s Aesthetic ceramic movement, is known for his wild, futuristic designs. His vase for Ault Pottery is presented in a shouldered form with cylindrical neck and everted rim, the shoulder modelled in relief with four masks, each with protruding elongated tongues, in glazes running in blue and aubergine.

Hukin & Heath crows foot decanter by  Christoper Dresser, registered 1878. Here shown with a Doulton body. Metal and glass versions are also known.

Hukin & Heath crows foot decanter by Christoper Dresser, registered 1878. Here shown with a Doulton body. Metal and glass versions are also known.

Wedgwood & Sons  Aquarian flower pot, 1873, design –  Christopher Dresser    ( The Minneapolis Institute of Arts )

Wedgwood & Sons Aquarian flower pot, 1873, design – Christopher Dresser ( The Minneapolis Institute of Arts )

Creative Teapots | Teapot, Christopher Dresser, made by James Dixon & Sons, 1879. Musuem ...

Creative Teapots | Teapot, Christopher Dresser, made by James Dixon & Sons, 1879. Musuem ...

Christopher Dresser for Thomas Webb An irridescent bronze glass ewer with loop handle and spout, 5 1/4" high.  Illustrated: Christopher Dresser: People's Designer 1834-1904, exhibition catalogue by New Century, 1999, cat. no.G-015 C, for a related example.

Christopher Dresser for Thomas Webb An irridescent bronze glass ewer with loop handle and spout, 5 1/4" high. Illustrated: Christopher Dresser: People's Designer 1834-1904, exhibition catalogue by New Century, 1999, cat. no.G-015 C, for a related example.

cookedheads:   Fig 11 Plate XIII ‘Studies in Design’, Christopher Dresser, 1876 © Victoria and Albert Museum, London (NAL 52.F.32).  “there’s a difference between knowing something is okay as is and deciding it’s something you want for yourself” that was the magic 8 ball…

cookedheads: Fig 11 Plate XIII ‘Studies in Design’, Christopher Dresser, 1876 © Victoria and Albert Museum, London (NAL 52.F.32). “there’s a difference between knowing something is okay as is and deciding it’s something you want for yourself” that was the magic 8 ball…

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