Richard Joyce, A vase decorated with lions, designed in 1907, manufactured by Pilkington Royal Lancastrian, ceramic ware, covered with a coloured lustre glaze and decorated with a frieze of lions and a stylized alley of trees, the underside with artist’s monogram, impressed factory mark, model number and year letter, height 25.2 cm,
Wardle & Co Earthenware Jardiniere | Made for Liberty & Co and designed by Frederick Rhead (c.1900) | Hand decorated in coloured slips with stylised flowers on sinuous stems, impressed, Made for Liberty & Co | 10 in. (25.5 cm.) diameter | Price Realised: £500
A big vase with blue painting Meissen, c. 1920. Vase with trumpet neck, circumferential decorated with persons and a bird between stylized plants. Signed "H. Stein". Crossed swords in u"glaze blue, inscr. P127, impr. 65. H. 58,5 cm.
Taufkännchen Jan Vermeyen | 1601-1605 The present small ewer is a masterpiece of Rudolphine court art and was probably created in Prague between 1601 and 1605. The fine goldsmith's work and some ornamental details suggest a connection with the Rudolphine Crown (Inv. No. SK_WS_XIa_1) and the attribution of the piece to Jan Vermeyen and his workshop is thus very likely.