Studio Pottery Vase


Early Martin Brothers Bird Vase. 1876 Fulham Studio. Robert Wallace 21.5 cm


The Martin brothers are widely regarded as the father’s of studio pottery. This rare and incredibly charming vase depicts birds each showing humanistic expressions as they dive and fly across the body of the vase. The piece is beautifully glazed and appears colourful but under closer inspection you’ll see only three colours of glaze are […]

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-martin Brothers, 1875- Large Studio Pottery Grotesque Blue/brown Vase, Signed


A large Martin Brothers stoneware vase of baluster form with elongated neck, decorated with allover scrolled foliate designs in blue and brown. Measures 33.5cm high and is in good condition. A few firing imperfections to the rim and blemishes to the glaze but no chips, cracks or restoration detected. Incised marks RW Martin, London, 10-1875. […]

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-martin Brothers- Signed 1889 Studio Pottery Grotesque Brown Flower Ovoid Vase


Martin Brothers Ovoid Vase. A Martin Brothers ovoid vase with incised and painted decoration of white flowers and green leaves. Measures 23cm high and is in good condition without any detected damage. The base has a wavy line to the concave area which has been glazed in on the exterior, though this is seems to […]

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