William Salter Mycock, 1872 - 1950


William Salter Mycock 1872 - 1950


Public: Tapering bowl, red earthenware, decorated with a lion rampant and Tudor roses in silver and copper lustre on a sky blue glaze. Private: Thickly potted circular bowl with straight, sloping sides rising from small well with raised centre and narrow outer circular channel. Decorated with a sky blue glaze, pooling in well channel to dark cobalt blue, blue-green on bowl underside. Painted in silver lustre in well with a lion rampant against a copper lustre ground, surrounded by circular border of oak leaves reserved in cobalt blue against silver. Bowl sides painted with thorny scrolling stems bearing heart-shaped leaves and eighteen Tudor roses in copper red with silver outlines. Thick twisted ribbon border at rim, in silver with copper lustre underside to ribbon. Underside of bowl painted with single undulating continuous silver stem of mistletoe leaves and berries.

Object Name


Creators Name

William Salter Mycock

Date Created

1909 (date of throwing)

accession number


Place of creation

Clifton Junction



Presented by Mr Edward A Eason


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