vase

William Salter Mycock, 1872 - 1950



vase

William Salter Mycock 1872 - 1950

Summary

Public: Slender cylindrical vase, white earthenware, decorated with lilies and Tudor roses in silver lustre and copper red over an orange glaze. Private: Slender cylindrical vase tapering to ridged foot, sloping shoulder curving in to narrow flared neck. Decorated with a mottled orange glaze turning paler around lower body. Painted overglaze in silver lustre with four tall lilies, each rising from bulb at foot to flower at shoulder, large copper red bloom with silver stamens. The red has bled slightly into orange base glaze. Running horizontally round waist behind lily stems, wide scrolling stem with eight Tudor roses, in silver lustre with copper red blooms. Neck decorated with four narrow panels each containing simple scrolls, in silver lustre. Neck rim plain silver lustre.


Object Name

vase

Creators Name

William Salter Mycock

Date Created

1910 (date of throwing)

accession number

1920.147B

Place of creation

Clifton Junction

Medium

Credit

Presented by Mr Edward A Eason

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