A pair of Doulton Lambeth mantel vases, inverse baluster shape with broad pan mouths, the mottled cobalt blue bodies decorated with bead and hop racemes trailing from the shoulder. Artist's marks under the base. Height 28 cm
A Doulton Lambeth ewer vase by Eliza Simmance, ovoid shape with short tapering neck, a mask of Pan modelled below the rim, the body heavily decorated with foliate panels, sculptural carving and beading. Dated 1875 and with artist's marks for Simmance (act.
Four Royal Doulton cabinet plates, a 'Gibson Girl' plate, 'Failing to Find Rest and Quiet in the Country She Decides to Return Home', copyright 1901 by life Publishing Co., printed signature; one painted with roses within a pink and gilt ground, indistinct
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