Minton Pottery Wall Charger, “Seven Ages of Man” Henry Stacy Marks, c.1881, circular plaque with hand painted outline and elaborate enamels of an elderly man seated in a chair, a young woman behind him, watching a young girl playing a game on the grass, a large building behind a wall, impressed pottery marked and date register for 1881, 15” diam.
Pair of Royal Worcester “Aesthetic Movement” Vases, 1876/7, by James Callowhill, a wide cone shaped body tapering to a cylindrical neck, on a flared foot, decorated with Pate-sur-Pate bands in green and brown, with a polychrome pate-sur-pate band of flowers and foliage, gilt outlined on a gilt stippled ground, a band of silver vermicelli above and scattered four petalled flowers on the neck, impressed and puce printed factory marks, one with 76 underneath, the other the letter ‘M’, painted monogram, J. C. 76 and the other J. C. 77., 11” high. Minor chip to rim.
For a similarly decorated vase see – Cincinnati Art Museum. “Indian” Vase. 1876.