A Fine Pair of Stylish and Imposing Ormolu Mounted English Pottery Vases now converted to Electric Table Lamps of generous proportions. Mid to late Nineteenth Century.
These exceptional vases with their lavish stylized floral decoration using Autumn colours and gilt highlight's were made by the Doulton Lambeth Pottery England.
Condition: Superb condition with no losses, ormolu mounts have been professionally re-gold plated, re-wired for electricity.
Height: (an impressive, entire) 17" (43cm). Width: (at widest area) 6” (15cm). Diameter: (at base) 4.5" (11.5cm).
Location: Dublin City, Ireland.
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John Slater (1844 - 1914) was the Art Director at Doulton & Co. Burslem from 1887 until his death in 1914. He studied at the Stoke-on-Trent School of Design and worked at Minton and then Pinder, Bourne & Co., before moving to Doulton & Co. when Pinder, Bourne & Co. was acquired by that company. As well as being a painter who signed his works, he was involved in the development of many of the special glazes used by Doulton, including rouge flambe, and for a number of patents relating to transfer printing from photographic plates onto ceramics. Some works are marked "Doulton & Slaters Patent", a process which involves the use of lace fabrics impressed into the surface of clay as a decorative technique.