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MARTIN BROTHERS Stoneware vase embossed and incised with fish and sealife, 1891. Signed 10-11-91, Martin Bros. London + Southall. 8 1/2" x 5 1/2"

MARTIN BROTHERS Stoneware vase embossed and incised with fish and sealife, Signed Martin Bros.

Here is a great link to article about the Martin Brothers http://www.nytimes.com/1981/11/01/arts/antiques-the-haunted-world-of-the-martin-brothers.html

THE HAUNTED WORLD OF THE MARTIN BROTHERS

Here is a great link to article about the Martin Brothers http://www.nytimes.com/1981/11/01/arts/antiques-the-haunted-world-of-the-martin-brothers.html

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Tiny Vase just a few inches tall The Martin Brothers Stoneware Pottery Established London 1873

MARTIN BROTHERS; Two glazed and incised stoneware items: a chamberstick, 1892, and a covered jar, 1879; Provenance of covered jar: Harriman Judd Collection; Exhibition of same: Richard Dennis Martin Brothers Pottery Exhibition, 1978; Both signed and dated; 3 3/4'' x 4 3/4'' and 8'' x 4''

Two glazed and incised stoneware items: a chamberstick, and a covered jar, Provenance of covered jar: Harriman Judd Collection; Exhibition of same: Richard Dennis Martin Brothers Pottery Exhibition, Both signed and dated;

a Small Wally Bird 1912 This may be by Clement Martin son of Robert Martin, he was helping his father at this time, the 3 Martin brothers were sick or dead already   ie its more colourful and the graze is thick.. we will never know as Robert Wallace Martin signed almost everything coming from the pottery with his name.. such a sad ending to their story. Yet they left a vast legacy.

Miniature Wally Bird by The Martin Brothers Late Victorian/Aesthetic Movement and Arts and Crafts Movement Salt Glaze Stoneware Pottery

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Miniature Martin Brothers Stoneware Wally-Bird Jar and Cover, England, gray ground with pale blue and brown glazes, inscribed mark and date, ht.

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