Five Crown Devon wares: three vases, an urn and a jardiniere, early 20th century, an ovoid vase with gilded handles, a ewer and a waisted vase, a footed urn and a jardiniere typically decorated to each with delicate trailing floral motifs in pastel colours
A pair of Fielding's Crown Devon urn vases, circa 1917. -30 period, marked 'Eva', the moulded egg form pedestal vases each with a fluted trumpet neck and scrolling gilded handles, decorated to the body with floral swags, birds and rose blooms o
A Crown Devon lidded urn. 1917-30, of ovoid form with a fluted tubular neck and spreading rim, surmounted by a lid and a gilded finial, raised upon a socle base in blush ivory with mint green embellishment and transfers of scattered roses, enamel and gilde
A Crown Devon painted and glazed earthenware jardiniere, early 20th century, of campana urn form, painted to each side with flowers on the ivory ground, with gilt details, impressed, printed, and painted marks underside. Height 25 cm
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