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Glamorgan Pottery China - 6 items found.

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Ewer and Bowl c1830 Maker: Glamorgan Pottery  Pattern:Campania
Ewer and Bowl c1830
This is a wonderful and most unusual pattern. The main scene is of an elephant in full regalia with "passenger"! A large urn on the right dominates and in the background is a river with palatial buildings on the other side. The wonderful border has floral cartouches inset with alternate eastern type buildings and flowers. The ewer whilst basically the same pattern as the bowl has slightly more detail with extra people, a little more activity on the river and more buildings beyond. The border pattern detail around the inside and outside of the spout and along the line of the handle is wonderful. Campania was produced at both the Glamorgan and Cambrian Potteries in Swansea, Wales, but is generally found marked for the former. It is most often found on teaware in green, black or purple, which has been found marked for Baker, Bevans & Irwin of the Glamorgan Pottery. This central scene appears not to have been recorded previously, which suggests that Campania was a series design, rather than a single view. On balance we suggest this ewer and bowl was produced at the Glamorgan Pottery by Baker, Bevans and Irwin. The bowl has a little damage to the inside rim of the foot and a little mottling to the glaze otherwise is in excellent condition. The ewer has a little minor damage under the foot otherwise in excellent condition. Both pieces have minor crazing to the glaze. No maker's backstamp.
Dimensions: Bowl 33.5 cm diameter 13 cm high Ewer 25 cm high / Bowl 13.25 ins diameter 5 ins high Ewer 10 ins hig
Our ref: 19CN31815
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Plate c1820 Maker: Glamorgan Pottery  Pattern:Castle Gatehouse
Plate c1820
A lovely plate by Baker Bevans and Irwin owners of the Glamorgan Pottery from 1814 to 1838. The pattern is the same as the better known Castle design introduced by Spode in 1806, Castle Gatehouse was in use by 1818 at Gamorgan. Backstamp: Blue printed elaborate scroll Opaque China B B & I and an impressed daisy. Just a touch of minor surface scratching otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 21.5 cm / 8.5 ins
Our ref: 19CN47755
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Teabowl c1825 Maker: Glamorgan Pottery  Pattern:Cowherd
Teabowl c1825
Gorgeous little bowl with delightful riverside scene either side of the body. Inside there is a lovely floral border around the rim and to the base a small vignette of the cattle drover with his cow. This pattern has been attributed to Baker, Bevans & Irwin of the Glamorgan Pottery, Swansea. No backstamp. Light all over crazing with a little minor discolouration. A little wear and tiny horizontal hairline to the top rim and a small vertical hairline of approximately 1". Underneath A little discoloruation to the foot and a very small chip. All sounds much worse than it looks, this is a delightful little bowl. Provenance: Edna Bizon Collection
Dimensions: 9 cm diameter, 5.5 cm deep / 3.5 ins diameter, 2.25 ins deep
Our ref: 19CN46898
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Meat Dish or Platter c1825 Maker: Glamorgan Pottery  Pattern:Ladies of Llangollen
Meat Dish or Platter c1825
This scene is supposed to depict the Ladies of Llangollen out riding in the Llangollen Vale, but bears only passing resemblance to the landscape there. The Ladies were the Right Honourable Lady Eleanor Butler, daughter of the Marquis of Ormonde and Miss Sarah Ponsonby, daughter of Viscount Duncannon. They are said to have tired of Irish society and wished to set up home together, so in May 1778 they were provided with a small allowance and left Ireland for Llangollen in North Wales. They acquired a cottage there, which they converted and extended in the Gothic taste and named it Plas Newydd - the New Place. It still stands today and is open to the public. The Ladies became famed eccentrics attracting many notable visitors to their home. Lady Eleanor died in 1829 and Miss Sarah in 1831. Backstamp: No maker's backstamp, only 14 impressed. The earlier items in this pattern are found printed in a dark blue and are well potted and printed and are believed to have come from the Glamorgan Pottery. Later examples in a lighter blue and not of the same quality came from Cambrian. Superb condition.
Dimensions: 37.5 x 29 cm / 14.75 x 11.5 ins
Our ref: 19CN42157
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Jug or Pitcher c1820 Maker: Glamorgan Pottery  Pattern:Rural Series
Jug or Pitcher c1820
This is a fabulous jug printed in black with four different rural scenes around the body and inside to the rim. Backstamp: Opaque China BB & I (Baker, Bevans & Irwin) and impressed triangle. It is crazed with some associated discolouration. There is a manufacturing chip to the spout which has been glazed over and two other chips to the spout and one to the rim which have amateur restoration. There is a star crack to the base and some wear to the handle. If you like your pieces to look old then this is one for you!
Dimensions: 1.05 ltr, 16 cm high / 1.75 pint, 6.25 ins high
Our ref: 19CN41227
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Ewer c1850 Maker: Glamorgan Pottery  Pattern:Tower
Ewer c1850
Lovely wide spouted ewer with floral border inside and outside the rim and along the line of the handle. Backstamp: Two impressed facing C's. Quite a large part of the spout has broken off and been restuck and there is a little wear to the handle and rim. On display it looks OK, especially with the handle to the left, when it looks near perfect!
Dimensions: 2.1 ltr overall height 22 cm high / 3.5 pint overall height 8.75 ins high
Our ref: 19CN41231
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