vase

William Salter Mycock, 1872 - 1950



vase

William Salter Mycock 1872 - 1950

Summary

Public: Globular vase with tall narrow neck, white earthenware, decorated with four birds amongst leafy branches, in silver and copper lustre over a deep cobalt blue glaze. Private: Wide globular vase with flattened sides tapering upwards, curving in at base to deep, narrow, flared footring. Slight ridged shoulder and tall narrow tapering neck. Decorated with a deep dark cobalt blue glaze, turned a lustrous turquoise colour on neck. Painted round sides in silver lustre with four dove-like birds perching amongst curving leafy branches, small copper lustre dots between leaves indicating berries. Neck decorated with two panels of scrolling leafy stems in silver with heavy clusters of berries in copper, over a streaked turquoise and black ground. Panels separated by two thick bands of plain silver lustre, gold in colour and turning dark at neck rim. Dark blue footring with three silver bands.


Object Name

vase

Creators Name

William Salter Mycock

Date Created

1912

accession number

1920.147G

Place of creation

Clifton Junction

Medium

Credit

Presented by Mr Edward A Eason

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