An unusual Doulton Lambeth Aesthetic Movement beaker shaped vase decorated with stylized arabesque and scrolling beaded designs by acclaimed and sought after artist Eliza Simmance and dating from around 1885. The stoneware vase is of cylindrical shape with a pinched in rim and funnel shaped top. The vase sits on an unglazed foot with a recessed base and the body of the vase is exquisitely decorated in low relief with four repeating panels with stylized arabesque leaf like designs set against a finely patterned natural salt glazed ground the designs painted in tones of darker brown and set within scrolling raised white beading the whole set against a dark blue ground. The vase has impressed marks to the base along with incised artist marks for Eliza Simmance and assistance marks for Rosina Brown, Louisa Russell and Emma Burrows. The marks date the vase between 1880 and 1891.
Provenance: acquired in the British art market.
In good condition.
Origin : England
Maker : Doulton Lambeth
Manufacture Date : Circa 1880-1891
Materials : Stoneware
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