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A Rare Linthorpe Glazed Ceramic Urn and Stand

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Stock No.14967

A large and rare glazed turquoise ceramic urn and stand in the Egyptian manner designed by Christopher Dresser and made by the Linthorpe Art Pottery in Middlesborough.

The urn is stamped with the maker's name on the base, along with the number 2253, and can also be seen on the inside of the base of the stand along with the number 2058. Both are shown in the tenth image below. Please note one of the handles has been restored and there is a restored chip to the rim. English, c.1880.

Notes: Linthorpe Art Pottery ran for just ten years from 1879 to 1889. It was started by John Harrison at the suggestion of Christopher Dresser, the prominent designer. Dresser supplied many designs for the pottery. Henry Tooth ran the pottery until 1882, when he left to set up Bretby Art Pottery with William Ault he was succeeded at Linthorpe by Richard Patey.

6500
£
Width Height Depth
21 12"
54.5 cms
52 38"
133 cms
17 1116"
45 cms

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