Learn about Moore, Bernard

Bernard Moore (1850 - 1935) came from a family of potters. After working with the family company Moore Bros. for almost 40 years, he founded an Art Pottery based in Longton, Staffordshire circa 1905, specialising in unusual glaze effects, especially flambe. The factory closed in 1915.
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Bernard Moore flambe fish vase, early 20th century, monogrammed Bm, Si (unknown decorator), 28cm high

A pair of flambe ceramic candlesticks, circa 1920, possibly Bernard Moore, impressed, England (with rabbit monogram), 16cm high

Bernard Moore gourd shaped flambe porcelain vase, early 20th century, stamped and inscribed England Bm, numbered 1069, 19cm high

Bernard Moore flambe porcelain vase, early 20th century, stamped Bernard Moore, 12cm high

Bernard Moore flambe and crystalline glaze vase, early 20th century, stamped Bernard Moore, 14cm high

Bernard Moore flambe crystalline glaze ginger jar, early 20th century, stamped Bernard Moore, numbered 1175, 18cm high

Bernard Moore flambe parrot figure, early 20th century, unmarked, 24cm high

Bernard Moore, vase, English, decorated with bats in flight initialled 'Bm' on underside. Height 57 cm

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