A Doulton Lambeth polar bear Bibelot, circa: 1910-1920s, designed by Harry Simeon, a realistically moulded polar bear perched on a rocky outcrop peering into a pool, thickly glazed in modulating and drip glazed blue and grey green colours; the hand incised
Doulton Lambeth stoneware Coronation jug, of ovoid form, for the Coronation of Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, decorated with roundel portraits and Art Nouveau style flowers, in tones of green, brown and cobalt, height 19 cm
Doulton Lambeth stoneware 'Queen Victoria' jug, with a early and later portrait of Queen Victoria and the words 'She Brought Her People Lasting Good', together with a Royal Doulton Queen Elizabeth Coronation jug, (2)
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 Royal Doulton Lambeth vases, early 20th century, a fine waisted vase with a bulb shaped rim, tube lined with Arts & Crafts style flora in blue and green mottled colours; and a moulded trough with floral tube lined decoration in low relief in rich b
Doulton Lambeth, an Australian Flower series vase, circa 1920, hand painted with Sturts Desert pea and foliage, impressed and stamped: Doulton Lambeth, England, Ejg, 985, and numbered 88687, 36 cm high
Doulton Lambeth, an Australian Flower series vase, circa 1920, hand painted with red hairy heath flowers and foliage, impressed and stamped Doulton Lambeth, England, 39.Kbs. S, AF1997.1, and numbered L9612, 29 cm high
A set of four Doulton Lambeth stoneware beakers, late 19th century, by Hannah Barlow, each monogrammed Bfd and bases decorated with animal portraits, stamped Doulton Lambeth, monogrammed Hannah Barlow, 12.5 cm high
An important exhibition quality Doulton Lambeth stoneware vase decorated with cassowaries, late 19th century, by Florence Barlow, stamped Doulton Lambeth England, Fcp, monogrammed Florence Barlow, 72 cm high
A Doulton Lambeth stoneware vase with female portrait, circa 1883, by Edward Dunn and Mary Thomson, stamped Doulton Lambeth 1883, monogrammed Edward Dunn and Mary Thomsom, artwork signed lower centre D.E. 1883, 29 cm high
A rare Doulton Lambeth lustre ware earthenware box and cover designed by Reco Capey, (1895-1961) c.1915, of hexagonal form, with panels of Persian motifs in the manner of William de Morgan, green-white-black colourway, shape no 7555. Width 16 cm
Florence E Barlow, Doulton Lambeth pair of vases having a highly glossed glaze with a central band painted with a bird. Stamped & signed to the bases. Condition: good, minor age related wear to the bases. Height 41 cm
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