A Keith Murray large green glazed shoulder vase, tapered cylindrical form with conforming mildly tapered shoulder, lathe banded decoration, full signature maker's mark printed to the base, minor chip and glaze rubbing. Height 28 cm
A Wedgwood Japserware vase and a collectors' club plate, second half 20th century, the blue jasperware plate with a floral slip design to the rim and centred with a winged female figure; and a neoclassical style footed urn with lug handles and a fluted
A Wedgwood Etruria 'Galatea' wash basin and ewer, late 19th century, the ribbed basin and ewer with a shaped bracket handle, decorated throughout with a transfer design of flowers, swags and foliage borders; with blue backstamps underside. Height 1
A fine full size Wedgwood Portland vase, Undraped Version. 1902, released as one of a limited range of prestige items from the 'Classical collection', in rich teal green solid jasper, depicting a continuous figural classical scene in white relief,
Keith Murray for Wedgwood, squat ovoid vase, with lathe turned bands to the shoulder (shape 3820) in matt green glaze, Keith Murray signature and Wedgwood factory marks to the base. Height 18 cm width 29 cm
A Wedgwood Pilgrim flask in turquoise and silver by Norman Wilson vase named for its resemblance to flasks carried by Medieval pilgrims. Impressed and stamped 'N.W.' for Norman Wilson, c.1940. 22 cm high
A fine Wedgwood black basalt Portland vase, circa later 19th century, the full size amphora having a continuous slip motif to the body depicting classical figures engaged in various pursuits, with mascarons suspended from the bracket handles, the base with
Wedgwood 'Orange Butterflies' lustre bowl with a mother of pearl interior, gilt dragon decoration central medalion & various motifs celebrating the arts. Geometric gilded patterned border to the inner & outer rims, & an orange lustre exterior with gilt but
A 148 piece, 12 place Wedgwood bone china dinner service, Avon pattern, hand-coloured with passion vine and other flowers, printed Portland vase mark, numbered W3983; comprising: 11 dinner plates, 12 luncheon plates, 12 side plates, 12 soup coupes, 12 dess
Keith Murray (1892-1981), Bomb vase, c. 1940 moonstone slip glaze, manufactured by Wedgwood, England, shape number 3765, printed mark to base 'KM, Wedgwood of Etruria and Barlaston, made in England'. Height 23 cm
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