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Applied Art (Na648)
Shouldered form tapering in to base, short neck with everted rim. Streaky brown/blue/green glaze with with slipped flower and butterfly decoration; Elton ware style.
Applied Art (73/022)
Porcelain mug. It is cylindrical and tapers out at the neck and base of the mug. It is blue-and white and has a painted design of a Chinese figure in a fenced garden. There is a second Chinese figure who is seated and there are some trees.
Applied Art (Na675)
Red clay. Slightly tapered cylindrical mug, loop handle with centre spine. Exterior glazed streaky blue, green, yellow glaze; slipped inscription: 'G G R V // 1910-1935'. Elton-ware style.
Applied Art (73/032)
Porcelain Vase. The vase is tall and bell shaped with a pedestal-like base. It is blue and white and has birds painted in the style of Rogers. The bird sits on a tree branch and there are other surrounding foliage, birds and flowers.
Applied Art (73/112)
Porcelain bell shaped mug with a loop handle and a short foot rim. It has painted polychrome flower sprays and insects on the body as well as butterflies on the reverse.
Applied Art (77/155)
Porcelain octagonal cup and saucer. The cup is straight sided and tapers in to a short foot rim. The saucer is shallow. They both have a white ground and are painted in coloured glazes. The saucer has three male Chinese figures in traditional wear. There are two bulls, one grey and one red. To the right there is a tree with a red trunk, green leaves and white blossom. They are set within a landscape with grass, shrubbery and rocks. There is a similar design on the exterior of the cup. The saucer and inside of the cup just below the rim have a patterned border consisting of alternating panels of green cross-hatching and red flowers with green leaves.
Applied Art (Na1036)
'Sphere' bracelet. Metal wire wrapped with cotton dyed in stripes of red, orange, yellow, green, blue. One length of wire formed into five rings which spring apart into spheres when worn.
Applied Art (N8145)
2-handled pedestal vase with polychrome decoration: pierced cover
Applied Art (N8269)
Witch holding a broomstick in her right hand, kneeling on the back of a goose. She wears green bodice, sprigged yellow skirt, red-spotted pink shawl and a pointed hat with red stripes; grey goose. Roughly oval base painted yelow and green with red-brown splodges.
Applied Art (N5852)
Square tile with chamfered edges. Transfer-printed in black with A Lady by a Seat, maid and dog in background. Scroll '88' border.
Applied Art (N3175)
Tin-glazed earthenware plate in the Britton shape E. It is painted in blue on a white glaze and depicts head and shoulder portraits of William and Mary. They are both crowned, he is in an ermine and she wears a décolletée dress. The initials 'W M R' are interposed between and either side of their heads.
Applied Art (73/107)
teapot & cover. polychrome Chinese figure with fan in garden by tree
Applied Art (Na634)
Red clay. Bowl on thick pedestal foot, two applied mask-heads, applied acorns, leaves, grapes, coloured with yellow & black glazes; impressed shell pattern on pedestal, impressed decoration on foot.
Applied Art (N3191)
Tin-glazed earthenware plate. It is Britton shape A. It is painted in blue, red, green and manganese-purple on a pale bluish glaze. There is a red-outlined windmill in a landscape with a fence, bushes with a distinctive green layered foliage and clouds. This is surrounded by double concentric circles with single and triple blobs. On the flange there is a manganese band and a thin blue line. Under the rim there are three stilt marks.
Applied Art (N7152)
Earthenware Tile. It is a large size and rectangular. It is painted in blue, yellow, green and brown and depicts a riverscape. There are buildings on a far bank, three masts near the bank and two ruins on the left, one comprising of three columns on a stepped plinth. There is an S-shaped tree on the right and twenty figures. It has a narrow border of a brown line inside a yellow, which is repeated.
Applied Art (G2231)
Glazed earthenware deep bowl with rounded sides curving in to a wide hollow ogee foot. It has two scrolled handles; its rim has ten round cut-outs and the rim is moulded. It is painted in blue on a pale blue glaze. On the exterior of the bowl there are painted scenes including: four variations of flowering rocks with birds and insects; between the rim cut-outs there are shaped lappets of flowers reversed out on a blue ground; on the foot there isa flower/leaf meander with dots and above there is a three-brick band. On the interior of the pot there is a flowering grass spray.
Applied Art (Na718)
Slightlydepressed globular form with sloped rim. Buff glaze. Painted geometric decoration in blue, black, yellow: meander on shoulder, horizontal dashes on body, vertical dashes on rim.
Applied Art (N9026)
Tall, slightly rounded cylindrical pot with broad shoulder and short neck. The sides given an overlapping slice effect. Tenmoku-type glaze - black on shoulder, reddish brown on sides.
Applied Art (N9036)
Oval dish with shaped edge; sloped rim with four plain panels and twelve panels of 2 different basket-weave mouldings; curved sides to well. Wavy rib support under base. Centre painted in coloured enamels with three birds in a tree with sparse foliage, four flower sprigs and three insects. On rim , eight flower sprigs and six insects. Gilt rim edge.
Applied Art (G1483.1)
Greyish glaze. Painted in manganese purple with two goat, one standing with back to viewer, the other lying down.
Applied Art (N4386)
Border fragment of linen with heavy cross-stitch embroidery, banded decoration of scrolling flowers and foliage.
Applied Art (N9524)
commemorating marriage of Princes Anne & captain Mark Philips, 14 November 1973
Applied Art (NX851)
Porcelain plate. The plate has a printed design of flowers and leaves and in the centre there is a design that resembles some kind of vase/pot. Highlights have been gilt in gold. The flowers are pink, orange, red and blue and the leaves are in colours of blue and green.
Applied Art (Na500.1)
Porcelain coffee can (cup) and saucer. Can/cup: straight-sided cylindrical but tapering out slightly to rim. The cup has a loop handle of rounded section with reverse scroll at the base. The cup is decorated with a band of gilding around the rim and the handle rim. The body has a bat-printed (also known as transfer printed) landscape in shades of grey. The landscape includes a large tree and a figure. SAUCER: circular with sloped flange and wide well.There is a gold gilt band and line inside the rim and a gilt line within the well.
Applied Art (G2746)
Porcelain vase and lid. The vase is fluted with a tapered neck and tapered base. The base flares out again at the bottom. The lid is also fluted. The vase is white and has a floral design, with flowers painted in yellow, blue and red. There are leaves in blue and green. There is a bird resting on a branch and a butterfly near the neck of the vase.
Applied Art (N81)
Porcelain cup. British. The cup is blue and white (Delft). The printed design depicts a man fishing in a lake in the foreground and a church in the background, surrounded by trees and other plants.
Applied Art (N108)
Porcelain fluted cup and saucer. A thin red line is painted round the circumference of the saucer and cup rim. Beneath the red lines are a painted design of flowers and leaves in pink, blue, red, gold and green. On the centre of the cup there is a bird (possibly a parrot) circled by flowers and leaves.
Applied Art (G434)
Glazed porcelain female figure. The figure is cast from a Longton Hall Mould (pottery factory in the 18th century) and depicts one of the four continents- Europe. She holds a red book in her right hand and a paint palette in her left. Behind her sits a horse and by her right foot there is an armored torso with painted bands of yellow, blue and red. The armour on the torso is printed and is in black. By her left foot there is a shield. She is wearing a pink/purple dress with flowers and a turquoise scarf and head-band.
Applied Art (N8223)
Porcelain cup. Straight-sided and cylindrical The design is blue-and-white and depicts a female wearing Japanese clothing. she is in a garden with flowers and trees surrounding the figure.
Applied Art (Na1792.4)
Sketch drawing for a bronze drinking fountain in Castle Park on white paper. The sketch depicts several fish fanning out of a vase shaped vessel. This sits in a boat
Applied Art (N8226)
Glazed ceramic flower pot. The pot flares out towards the top. There are ribbed panels around the pot. A blue-and-white design is printed onto the pot (delft) despicting trees.
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