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Two-handed earthenware vase

Identifier: 2002.C.447 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Two-handed earthenware vase. Attributed to Thomas Kirkby. Oviform with flaring, slightly compressed rim, painted with four panels of wrestling infants within laurel borders suspended by blue ribbon...

Majolica garden seat

Identifier: 2002.C.450 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Majolica garden seat. Earthenware, n three feet, shape no. 982, of cylindrical form with a spreading base, the turquoise ground decorated in high relief with rosettes, leaves and motif similar to P...

Majolica vase, known as “Bacchus vase”

Identifier: 2002.C.451 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Majolica vase, known as "Bacchus vase". earthenware, moulded and applied around the shoulder with three satyr masks alternating with boldly modelled and colourful fruit sprays connected together by...

Majolica teapot and cover, modelled as seated Japanese character

Identifier: 2002.C.452 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Majolica teapot and cover, modelled as seated Japanese character. Earthenware, shape no. 1838. Character in blue kimono and green trousers holding a Noh mask, the spout issuing from its mouth, the ...

Majolica stick stand in the form of a stork

Identifier: 2002.C.453 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Majolica stick stand in the form of a stork. Earthenware, majolica, shape no.1916. Modelled by John Henk, a stork balancing on one leg, a frog under its foot and a coiled snake in its beak, raised ...

Earthenware umbrella stand in the form of a heron with a fish in his beak

Identifier: 2005.C.72 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Earthenware umbrella stand in the form of a heron with a fish in his beak. Standing amongst bullrushes. Decorated with majolica glazes in naturalistic colours. Designed by John Henk, c1875, model n...

Two-handed earthenware vase

Identifier: STKMG:2002.C.447 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Two-handed earthenware vase. Attributed to Thomas Kirkby. Oviform with flaring, slightly compressed rim, painted with four panels of wrestling infants within laurel borders suspended by blue ribbon...

Majolica vase, known as “Bacchus vase”

Identifier: STKMG:2002.C.451 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Majolica vase, known as "Bacchus vase". earthenware, moulded and applied around the shoulder with three satyr masks alternating with boldly modelled and colourful fruit sprays connected together by...

Majolica teapot and cover, modelled as seated Japanese character

Identifier: STKMG:2002.C.452 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Majolica teapot and cover, modelled as seated Japanese character. Earthenware, shape no. 1838. Character in blue kimono and green trousers holding a Noh mask, the spout issuing from its mouth, the ...

Majolica stick stand in the form of a stork

Identifier: STKMG:2002.C.453 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Majolica stick stand in the form of a stork. Earthenware, majolica, shape no.1916. Modelled by John Henk, a stork balancing on one leg, a frog under its foot and a coiled snake in its beak, raised ...