William Salter Mycock, 1872 - 1950


William Salter Mycock 1872 - 1950


Public: Globular vase with tall narrow neck, white earthenware, decorated with four heraldic lions, in silver lustre over a pale 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 soft pale blue glaze, darker blue in ridge of shoulder and round footring. Painted round sides in bright gold silver lustre with four lions 'passant guardant', green tinge to blue base glaze round edges of lustre. Narrow border of linked silver hearts round curved base beneath, plain streaked silver footring. Neck decorated with eight tongue-shaped panels of gold silver lustre radiating out from narrow neck rim to shoulder, outlined in pale turquoise-blue base glaze. Very narrow border at neck rim of dark silver lustre spots.

Object Name


Creators Name

William Salter Mycock

Date Created

1912 (date of throwing)

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Place of creation

Clifton Junction



Presented by Mr Edward A Eason


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