vase

William Salter Mycock, 1872 - 1950



vase

William Salter Mycock 1872 - 1950

Summary

Public: Tapered cylindrical vase, white earthenware, decorated with heraldic devices and flowering plants in silver and copper lustre over a green and sky blue variegated glaze. Private: Cylindrical vase with flat shoulder and short, narrow, flared neck, decorated with a sky blue and iridescent green glaze. Silver lustre painted pattern on one side of small shield reserved in blue and decorated with a maltese cross, surmounted by large scrolling leaves and a crown. Surrounded on either side by flowering plants with daisy type flowers in copper lustre, leaves and stem in silver. Celtic inscription below shoulder, reserved in blue against iridescent green ground, reads :GRATIA.GRTIAM.PA.RIT (goodness breeds goodness). Geometric triangle borders round foot and on shoulder, in silver against blue, plain iridescent silver lustre neck.


Object Name

vase

Creators Name

William Salter Mycock

Date Created

1913

accession number

1920.144P

Place of creation

Clifton Junction

Medium

Credit

Presented by Mr Edward A Eason

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