vase

William Salter Mycock, 1872 - 1950



vase

William Salter Mycock 1872 - 1950

Summary

Public: Cylindrical vase, white earthenware, decorated with heraldic shields and festoons, in silver and copper lustre over a deep cobalt blue. Private: Cylindrical vase on narrow footring, with narrow neck, slightly flared. Decorated with a deep dark cobalt blue glaze, turned a streaky turquoise and black on footring and shoulder. Painted in silver lustre round upper body below shoulder, with four foliate festoons pinned from copper lustre Tudor roses. Tails of foliage and roses hang from two of these rose pins, two large shields surrounded by scrolling stems suspended from the other two. Both shields are painted in copper lustre with silver outlines, one bearing the emblem of a silver lion rampant, the other a silver fleur-de-lys. Copper red of fleur-de-lys shield has turned dull brown. Foliate silver border round shoulder, plain silver lustre neck, gold and iridescent near rim.


Object Name

vase

Creators Name

William Salter Mycock

Date Created

1913

accession number

1920.147Y

Place of creation

Clifton Junction

Medium

Credit

Presented by Mr Edward A Eason

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