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A Martin Brothers art pottery vase incised 'Martin Ware Southall, 1917'. 9 cm high

A Martin Brothers stoneware black ovoid holly-leaf vase, incised 1-1893 Martin Bros. London & Southall. 11.5 cm high

A Martin Brothers stoneware pawn chess piece, his head cocked to his right, incised RW Martin Bros. London & Southall 1•10•1902. 7.5 cm high

A Martin Brothers stoneware pawn chess piece, facing to his right, incised RW Martin Bros. London & Southall 4•10•1902. 8 cm high

A Martin Brothers stoneware grotesque fish and crab square sectioned blue glazed vase, 1913 incised 3-1913 Martin Bros. London & Southall. 24.5 cm high

A Martin Brothers stoneware spoon warmer, modelled as two opened mouth grotesque creatures with scales and green wings, incised Martin Southall. 14.5 cm high

A pair of Martin Brothers stoneware slender bird vases, incised 5-75 RW Martin London & Southall and with remnants of a paper label '....w Rooms Brownlow Street High Holborn'. 25 cm high (2)

A Martin Brothers stoneware ovoid floral vase, incised 12-84 Martin Bros. Southall. 16 cm high

A Martin Brothers stoneware moulded vase decorated with a Marabou stork attacking a snake, a preening stork and clusters of flowers, incised 3-1890 RW Martin Bros. London & Southall. 22 cm high

A Martin Brothers stoneware flying ducks tall slender jug, incised 2-1897 Martin Bros. London & Southall. 21 cm high

A Martin Brothers stoneware grotesque mask square sectioned vase, incised with stems of flower-heads, incised 12-1886 RW Martin Bros. London & Southall. 25 cm high

A Martin Brothers stoneware double face vase circa 1900, incised Martin Bros. London & Southall. 11.5 cm high

A Martin Brothers stoneware orchid jug, incised 9-11-82 RW Martin Bros. London & Southall. 21 cm high

A Martin Brothers stoneware butterfly and orchid lidded jar, incised 18-9-02 RW Martin London & Southall, the cover incised Martin London. 14 cm diameter

'Wheel Boy, Bench Boy, Thrower' A Martin Brothers white terracotta panel, circa 1882, incised above the window Southall Pottery, on the jug on the floor RW Martin London & Southall and initialled lower right RWM. 19.5 x 44.5 cm. Similar panel illustrated:

A Martin Brothers stoneware arched facade mantel clock, with movement by Berger á Paris, incised RW Martin Southall 65 65. 33 cm high, 41 cm wide

A Martin Brothers stoneware 2 handled grotesque dragons vase, incised marks 11-1893 Martin Bros. London & Southall. 24 cm high

A miniature Martin Brothers stoneware 'shagreen' vase, incised 5-1907 Martin Bros. London & Southall. 8 cm high

A Martin Brothers stoneware grotesque fish and ell miniature square sectioned vase, incised 1-1903 Martin Bros. London. 8.7 cm high

A Martin Brothers stoneware grotesque fish miniature cubic vase, incised Martin Bros. London. 6 cm high

A Martin Brothers stoneware blue 4 handled slender vase, incised 11-1909 Martin Bros. London. 26.5 cm high

A Martin Brothers glazed earthenware vase four sided, salt glazed earthenware vase with painted insect motif, incised Martin Bros, 1899, London Southhall to base, 27.5 high (two firing cracks to neck, chip to neck)

Martin Brothers figure, modelled as an apostle holding book, blue, ochre glaze, inscribed mark 'R W [Robert Wallace] Martin, Southall 1879', 14 cm height

Martin Brothers: pottery vase with sgraffito floral motif, incised 'Martin Bros. London Southall'. 14.5 cm

Martin Brothers vase slightly tapered squared form incised with grotesque fish, hand incised marks 11-1907 Martin Bros London Southall, 19 cm height

A Martin Brothers stoneware vase, 1903 of elongated bulb form, decorated with exotic mythical fish on a pale sage green ground, signed Martin Bros London Southall 10. 1903 to the base 23 cm high

A small Martin Brothers stoneware vase, 1903 decorated with flowering lilly pods and exotic fish on a blue, cream and tan ground, signed Martin Bros London Southall 10. 1903 to base 7 cm high

Martin Bros. Arts & Crafts stoneware vase, the ovoid body with a heavily incised scrolling leaf design with a rich dark salt glazed textured ground, narrow neck with everted rim, incised marks to base '1-1903 Martin Bros. London & Southall'. Height 21 cm

A Martin Bros. Double sided mask jug, the ovoid body modelled to either side with a grinning face in deep relief, short loop handles to the top rim, variable brown glaze, the base incised 'Martin Bros. London & Southall, 3-1901'. Height 15.5 cm minor glaze

A Martin Brothers stoneware two-handled vase, 1879, glazed and incised with a continuous frieze of peacocks, on a stippled ground with foliate borders; incised to the base 29. 8. 79, R. W. Martin, London and Southall, 277. Height 23 cm

A Martin Brothers stoneware vase, 1899, glazed and relief decorated with medieval figures, incised to the base 11-1899, R. W. Martin Bros. London and Southall. Height 24 cm

A Martin Brothers miniature vase, 1904, of compressed globular form decorated with pale blue dots on a blue ground, incised to the base '1-1904, Martin Bros. London and Southall. Height 8.5 cm

Martin Brothers, late 19th century earthenware jug, modelled with an everted spout leading to a single loop handle fitted to one side, the globular body decorated with a central grotesque mask head amid scrolling tendril vines (restoration to lip). Height

Martin Brothers, late 19th century earthenware water jug, the cylindrical flared body decorated with scrolling tendril vines, cherubic mask heads, and mythical creatures on an earthy ground. Height 33.5 cm. Exhibited: the Martin Bros. Potters Sotheby's Bel

A Martin Brothers stoneware face mug. Height 13 cm decorated with amusing faces on a grey-blue ground

A Martin Brothers Crab vase, of tapered square form, decorated with crabs on a turquoise and green ground

A Martin Brothers grotesque demons vase, of ovoid form with cylindrical neck incorporating two demons as stylized handles

Martin Brothers double faced jug, decorated with two amusing faces on a mottled brown ground

Martin Brothers miniature stoneware vase, depicting grotesque fish on a pale cream ground

Signed Martin Brothers tobacco jar with aquatic designs. The Martin Brothers factory was founded by Robert Wallace Martin (1843-1923). By the late 1860s the first workshop was opened, making terracotta sculptures. In 1873, a new pottery was opened with h

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