A Doulton Slaters patent stoneware teapot and a matching Royal Doulton stand, 1890s and after, Lambeth made, tubelined with rococo scrolling borders and majolica glazes in blue, olive and brown colours, the lower body with a chine finish with applied dots
Two Doulton Burslem 'Australian Federation' fern pots, circa 1900 designed by John Slater and John Shorter, with green and sepia transfer designs featuring Queen Victoria flanked by soldiers, medallions of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York,
A Doulton Burslem 'Australian Federation' jardiniere, circa 1900 designed by John Slater and John Shorter, with a sepia transfer featuring Queen Victoria flanked by soldiers, and medallions of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York, and Lord Hopetoun an
Doulton & Co, Burslem, an Australian Federation 1901 Commemorative Ware jardiniere, printed with a profile portrait of Queen Victoria in a wreath framed by two British soldiers, the Duke and Duchess of York, Earl of Hopetoun and Sir Henry Parkes, decor
A Royal Doulton Slater patent vase, with cobalt foot and interior, light green neck, the central part ornamented of turquoise, orange, gold floral frieze, circa 1894-1896. Stamped at base 'Doulton Lambeth England', 'Doulton & Slaters patent
A Victorian Doulton Slaters Persian style vase, late 19th century. the bulbous vase with a long slender stem to an everted rim, decorated with flowers in white, pale turquoise and gilt upon a pressed lace raspberry to lemon ground, the stem with a gloss ra
A pair of Royal Doulton Slaters patent stoneware vases, later 19th century, with potter's monogram for Isabella Miller, the large faience style baluster vases with trumpet necks and waisted bases, in rich amber and tan mottled tones having a broad frie
A Doulton Lambeth stoneware jug, circa 1890, maker's mark electroplate for Emily Partington, of ovoid form upon a circular foot with a narrow flared mottle glazed neck and a strap handle, the body with applied floral and medallion motifs in a muted palette
Doulton: Group with Robbie Burns plate; 'Queen Elizabeth at Old Morton 1589' plate; Doulton tobacco jar & lid; Doulton Slater jugs (2); sandwich tray 'The Night Watchman'; Deadwood Crackle 'Dorothy' tray with matching small bowl; Royal Doulton fl oral egg
A pair of Doulton Slater's patent baluster vases, the ovoid bodies with fine pale brown scale type ground with tubelined decoration of blossoms and leaves within a scrolling border, dominant tones, blue, brown and green with pink and white highlights. Impr
A rare Royal Doulton lactolian vase, by W. Slater, of elongated baluster form, decorated with cornflower blue, gold and cream poppies on a pale blue ground. Factory mark to base, signature to body. Height 32.5 cm
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