Tall Doulton Lambeth Stoneware Vase, 1891-1902, (probably by Hannah B. Barlow) incised with a continuous panel of wild boar in a landscape divided by tube-lined Art Nouveau style flowers and foliage, on a mottle green glazed ground, impressed mark of a rosette and England, incised monograms, 26" high.
Doulton Lambeth Salt Glazed Stoneware Vase with Lions, 1891-1902, by Hannah B. Barlow & Eliza Simmance, incised with a wide continuous band of a lion and lioness and the reverse with cubs, between thin molded stylized foliate bands, a scrolling foliate band above and overlapping lappet band below in blue and green, impressed rosette mark and ENGLAND, incised monograms H. B. B. & E. S., 17¼“ (44.5 cm).
Pair of Doulton Lambeth Salt-Glazed Stoneware Vases, 1875, by Eliza Simmance, each with a wide incised band of scrolling foliage, applied with florettes, between lappet bands, in tones of green and blue, impressed oval factory mark, Doulton, Lambeth, 1875, incised monogram, E. S., 4¾“ (12.5 cm).
Doulton Lambeth Faience Tile, 1880s, Cathy Smallwood, hand painted with a Medieval hunting scene, 9” square.
Royal Doulton ‘Sung’ Flambé Slender Vase, 1920s, by Harry Nixon and Charles J. Noke, printed factory mark, painted, Noke, N.H. monogram, Sung, 11½” high.
Rare Harry Nixon ‘Persian’ Ware Faience Vase, 1912, hand thrown and painted red hand painted signature, H. Nixon, 1912, 11½” high (Provenance – The Harriman Judd Collection)