18 item(s) found:

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Royal Doulton 'Prince Albert Great Exhibition', character jug, height 11.5 cm

A Royal Doulton trio, in the crackle glaze kiwi pattern, made for the Dunedin Exhibition 1925-26.

A Royal Doulton character jug, circa late 1970s, 'John Barleycorn', pattern D5327, a special exhibition reproduction, number 3,800 of a limited edition of 7500 pieces. Height 15 cm

A Royal Doulton flambe 'Weaver Bird On A Rock', c.1925, model #197, printed and impressed marks to base, also with applied 'John Bates & Co. Ltd Christchurch, Dunedin Exhibition 1925-26 label. Height 15.1 cm

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 rare Royal Doulton hand painted Mt Cook (N.Z.) vase, decorated in blue and white with scenes of 'Mt Cook and Hooker Glacier', hand painted by Leonard Bentley, signed and titled to the body, printed Doulton Burslem mark to base. Leonard Bentley painted fo

A Royal Doulton tall exhibition vase hand-painted by Richard Holdcroft (act. 1925 - 1973), decorated in the round with an encircling landscape with a horse and handler, entitled 'Whoa, Steady' under the base. Raised gilded detail at the rim and foot. Heigh

An uncommon Royal Doulton 'Kiwi' tea set comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar bowl each with an encircling band decorated with multiple kiwis on a simulated crackle ground, each piece with Bates & Co., Dunedin Exhibition 1925-26 stamp under the base

Rare white crystalline Royal Doulton onion shaped vase, exhibited at the 1906 New Zealand International Exhibition of Art and Industry, impressed mark 270 to base. special amphora backstamp. zinc oxide glaze, circa 1904 -1905.

Squat blue crystalline Royal Doulton vase, with pewter and enamel finial Exhibited at the 1906 New Zealand International Exhibition of Art and Industry.

Exhibition size Royal Doulton flambe lidded jar, with rare scene of highland cattle. Signed Noke and Sung to base.51 cm high.

A large Royal Doulton double gourd crystalline vase, circa 1904-5, decorated with white crystal clusters on an off-white ground, black printed and impressed factory marks, impressed 7121, some damage. Height 40 cm. Provenance: Included in the Courier post

A large Royal Doulton veined Sung vase, by Charles Noke and Harry Nixon, dated 1947, of baluster form, decorated in flambe with branches of prunus blossom with blue and brown striations, black artist's mono grams, title and factory mark to base. Height 32

An impressive Royal Doulton Sung jardiniere, by Charles Noke, circa 1920-28, of oval form, decorated with firebird on a rich mottled gold and cobalt ground flashed in sang de boeuf, the interior in sang de boeuf lustre, printed and painted marks, model No.

A rare Doulton jade lamp base, by Charles Noke, circa 1930, of spherical form, moulded with swirling stems of floral buds, marks obscured by fixed stand, 20.5 cm dia. Height 26 cm excluding light fitting. Provenance: Included in the Courier post New Zealan

A Royal Doulton Chang chalice form vase, by Charles Noke, Harry Nixon and F. Allen, circa 1925-30s, with tapered foot, the interior and exterior richly glazed in a thick lava-like glaze in tones of buff red, ochre and blue on mottled red ground, the foot d

A rare Doulton & Co. figure of 'The Sleepy scholar', by William White, circa 1913, uniquely decorated in a floral green dress with gilded accents, an early version of HN16, painted marks and signature. Height 18.5 cm. Provenance: Included in the Courier po

A fine Royal Doulton vase, and cover by George White of bell krater form with loop handles, finely painted depicting four females in diaphanous clothing listening to an old bearded man playing a lyre, the scene is set in a classical garden landscape with G