Miniature Bernard Moore Bats Ginger Jar and Cover, 1910, globular body tapering to the base, painted with bats in flight amongst tree tops and stars in silver on a deep blue ground, repeated on the lid, black printed mark, Bernard Moore, incised 134, 4¼“ high.  Excellent condition.

                 RPW00398               $3,800

From the collection of Lt. Col. Kenneth Dingwall. D.S.O. who was a friend of Bernard Moore, and handed down by descent.


Bernard Moore Flambe Bottle Ship Vase, c1910, of compressed ovoid form with narrow tapering neck, decorated with a Viking boat in the high seas, with transfer printed gilt outline, with frothing waves in low relief turquoise coloured beading, on a amber ground above, painted mark, Bernard Moore, incised 1068, 7 3/4”.    Excellent condition

              RPW00395               HOLD


Miniature Bernard Moore Flambe Vase, c1910, with a Japanese woman by a table with a screen, gilt painted mark, Bernard Moore, 3¾“.  Excellent condition

         RPW00396             $1800

 

From the collection of Lt. Col. Kenneth Dingwall. D.S.O. who was a friend of Bernard Moore, and handed down by descent.


Bernard Moore Flambe Peacock Vase, c1910, baluster shaped vase, decorated with an exotic peacock amongst pine tree branches in gilt and orange, painted mark, B.M., artists mark S, 5½“ high.  Very minor surface scratches.

                  RPW00399             $800.

 

From the collection of Lt. Col. Kenneth Dingwall. D.S.O. who was a friend of Bernard Moore, and handed down by descent.


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Rare Bernard Moore Flambe Solifleur Vase, c.1910, molded shouldered form with low-relief shoal of fish, in turquoise, highlighted in transfer printed gilt on a mottled bright red and orange ground, BM mark to base, 5 1/4" high.

                    RPW00308                                                                        $3,800

 

See - Aileen Dawson, Bernard Moore, Master Potter 1850-1935. Front cover. 

 


Bernard Moore Flambé  Silver Overlay Vase, c.1910, painted with a peacock, the silver stamped Shreeve, Crump and Low Company,  7½”.  

        RPW00199                                                             $3,200


Bernard Moore Flambé Double Gourd Vase, 1910-20s, decorated by E. Hope Beardmore, painted  with cranes in flight amongst clouds, painted mark, Bernard Moore, HB monogram, 5¾“.  Minor surface scratches.           

             RPW00228                                                         $900