11 item(s) found:

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Royal Doulton titanian vase by Harry Tittensor depicting a cows resting in a field under a moonlit sky, painted with a gilded rim, artists signature 'H Tittensor', impressed mark '1360'. Condition fair, damage & repair to the base. Height 39.5 cm

Royal Doulton figure 'King Charles' with a green printed factory mark, gilt title, HN1985. Designed by Charles Noke & H Tittensor. Condition good, minor age related wear. Height 42 cm

A Royal Doulton figurine 'Mermaid', HN97, designed by Harry Tittensor, c.1918-1936, lustre glazed finish, her long blonde hair with green seaweed highlights, red bead necklace, green and blonde (tan) base, printed mark, painted #HN97 and impressed artist's

An impressive Royal Doulton Burslem exhibition 'Titanian' vase hand-painted by Harry Tittensor, (act. 1900 - 1925), c.1918, painted with a scene from the 'Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam', inscribed under the base with quatrain 37 from the Rubaiyat. Printed facto

A Royal Doulton figure of a Mermaid, designed by Harry Tittensor, in lustre glaze, the figure with a coral necklace, inscribed initials HT, paint No. 97, printed and impressed marks 18 cm high

Impressive and rare Royal Doulton glazed china vase, with handpainted scene entitled 'The Monastry Door'. Artist Harry Tittensor. Height 41.7 cm. Diameter 20.2 cm.

Tall Royal Doulton 'Cardinal' vase signed H. Tittensor. Height 45 cm (vase)

A Royal Doulton yellow vase of ovoid form, hand-painted with a jolly Monk. Signed Harry Tittensor. Height 18 cm

A Royal Doulton model of 'St. George', designed by Stanley Thorogood, 1959-79, HN2067, seated on his horse, holding shield and sword, after the original model by Charles Noke and Harry Tittensor, richly glazed in naturalistic tones, the cloak decorated wit

A rare original conceptual Doulton model for St. George and the dragon, by Charles Noke and Harry Tittensor, circa 1920, with St. George carrying his shield on his left arm and his sword in his right hand, richly decorated in striated tones of sang de boeu

A Royal Doulton vase, by Harry Tittensor, painted with a young plough boy tethering horses in a moorland landscape, signed H. Tittensor, original paper label to base damages to neck, 42 cm high