vase

Charles Edward Cundall, 1890 - 1973



vase

Charles Edward Cundall 1890 - 1973

Summary

Public: Moulded octagonal vase, white earthenware, decorated with Tudor roses and leafy stems, in silver and copper lustre over a blue-green glaze. Private: Moulded octagonal vase tapering to flared footring, curving in at shoulder to slightly flared neck. Decorated with a sky blue glaze, stained green in areas immediately surrounding lustre, blending into dark blue-green around foot. Vertical panels outlined in silver lustre and painted with continuous rose-bush pattern rising from four thick stems at foot. Rose branches become more stylised at neck, forming interlaced design repeated in each panel. Twelve Tudor roses, in copper lustre with silver outlines, painted round body, in alternating groups of one and two roses in each panel. Plain silver lustre foot, darkened silver neck rim, blue interior. shape : 2196 range : Lancastrian


Object Name

vase

Creators Name

Charles Edward Cundall

Date Created

1907 (date of production)

accession number

1920.147T

Place of creation

Clifton Junction

Medium

Credit

Presented by Mr Edward A Eason

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