These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only. H Brannam pottery sgraffito vase decorated with a fish, impressed mark 10 cm high. Charles Brannam , slip ware bowl together with an earthenware bowl by G Guilme. Diameter 12 cm and 13 cm 2. Brannam, Barum and dated The baluster shape decorated with sgraffito, slipped trailing and pecking of fishes, two handles issue from it.
Antique Art Nouveau LIBERTY Majolic Celtic C H BRANNAM BARUMWARE Pottery Vase
See important guidance on the use of this record. If you have any comments or new information about this record, please email us. A pottery was operating in Litchdon Street from the 17th century until modern times. It was taken over by the Brannam family in the 19th century. Notes from Pearse Chope’s article which refers to an 18th century article about Barnstaple ovens. Barnstaple ovens were made in one piece from potter’s clay and were apparently ‘not only cleaner and cheaper than any other ovens.
This is a guaranteed CH Brannam Barum ware Toby Jug, There is one on the web CH BRANNAM BARUM BLUE ART POTTERY TOBY JUG No DATING.
There are lots that match your search criteria. Subscribe now to get instant access to the full price guide service. Some repairs and damages. A mixed group of ceramics, to include a Brannam pottery vase, 14cm high; and a Carlton ware ‘Rouge Royale’ dish; together with Chinese cloisonne enamel. Charles Brannam, Barnstable – Rare mid Victorian dated slipware pottery jar and cover, the domed cover with six spokes and button finial, the ovoid body having slipware decoration of a Wyvern, a sea serpent and a swan or similar, incised beneath Ch.
General flaking to rim of body, a few flake losses and rubs to edges of slipware decoration, some surface scuffing, kiln inclusions, glaze pops etc but no cracks or restoration. Brannam Barnstaple glazed pottery Vase, grey-ground of ovoid form with three scroll handles to the neck, impressed marks, 17in 43cm high. Pair of C. Brannam Pottery vases, of tapering cylindrical form, decorated with flowers on a green and blue ground, incised to base “CH Brannam Barum RD , 26cm high 2 No visible condition issues.
Carbon dating of pottery and ceramic. Whether is it possible? Pottery and especially pottery sherds most often present at archaeological sites worldwide. They are preserved for long because of physical parameters of their matrix.
In Thomas Brannam was producing domestic wares from the two potteries he owned in Barnstaple. His son Charles, who had studied at the Barnstaple School of Art Pottery under Alexander Lauder and earning the prestigious Queens Prize for Drawing in , was soon brought into the business. Charles was to learn quickly becoming a natural thrower of large vases, showing off his sense of form and design. Charles soon became so frustrated by the lack of artistic ambition that was shown by his father at the works, that he eventually persuaded him to rent him the Litchdon Street Pottery.
With a few men and the most modest of means he made good progress, and in recruited the talented designer James Dewdney, from Lambeth and possibly Frederick Bowden. After this early success Charles took on William Baron, a very good designer who had decided to leave Doultons during Working with these talented designers the product range expanded, greatly adding to the variety of artistic designs being made.
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A William Baron Barnstaple Pottery suffragette bell in the form of a humorous woman in cloak and bonnet with mottled mauve and blue glazed finish, inscribed “The perfect woman speaks only when tolled”, with incised mark to the reverse Baron, Barnstaple , 11 cm tall approx displayed in cabinet adjacent Estimate: An Alexander Lauder Barum Pottery vase of ovoid form with drawn neck, with green, brown and ochre incised and moulded decoration of various woodland birds amongst foliage and berries beneath a brown glazed drawn neck and with incised mark to the base Lauder, Barum and incised date 10 1 , 24 cm tall approx Estimate: A William Baron Barnstaple Pottery Toby Jug with orange coloured uranium glazed finish, incised mark to the base Baron, Barnstaple , 14 cm tall approx Estimate:
COLLECTION OF BRANNAM POTTERY a large group of Brannam Pottery including an Owl Jug, Coronation of Edward VIII Jug, small canoe and large canoe.
A Longpark grotesque spill holder, modelled as a rotund creature its tailed raised to form a handle, the spout its gaping jaws, glazed green and white unsigned A rare pottery bat jug designed by Blanche Vulliamy, the spout modelled as a flying bat, the handle a crescent moon, with raised star motif, glazed in colours unsigned 14cm. An ovoid terracotta flagon with loop handle probably Farnham Pottery, modelled in low relief with three sun face motif, glazed green incised 12 to base 17cm.
A pottery jug possibly Ewenny the spout modelled as grotesque creature, the handle a long tail, glazed green unsigned, glaze chips 17cm. A pair of C H Brannam, Barnstaple vases, by William Baron, dated , ovoid with cylindrical neck and pinched rim, incised and painted with scaly fish, in shades of brown and blue on a cream ground incised marks 22cm. Brannam pottery teapot and cover, dated , the handle modelled as a grotesque dragon climbing the pot, the cover its head, glazed in yellow, blue, green and ochre incised marks, restoration to tip of spout, 21cm.
Brannam pottery model of a cat, modelled seated looking expectantly, glazed green and brown incised marks, one ear restored 28cm. A large C H Brannam Pottery jardiniere, ovoid with scrolling handles to the shoulder, painted with finches flying amongst blossom, in green, brown and white on a blue ground unsigned, damages 29cm. A C H Brannam Pottery vase by James Dewdney, dated , ovoid with flaring neck, incised with stylised flowers and foliage in ochre and green, the neck with chequerboard design in in blue and brown, and a Watcombe vase incised marks monogram and date, 26cm.
A C H Brannam pottery picture frame by James Dewdney, dated , slip decorated with Art Nouveau flowers in green incised marks, glaze chips, 29cm. Previous page Next page. Jamm Design Ltd.
Famous Barnstaple pottery goes under the hammer
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Brannam (b) followed family tradition by entering the pottery trade, learning his skills through an apprenticeship at Cleavehouse Potteries in Bideford before.
Figure 1. The drain was laid between and Colonial National Historical Park. Recent excavations of ceramics at historic sites such as Jamestown and Plymouth indicate that the seaboard colonists of the 17th century enjoyed a higher degree of comfort and more esthetic furnishings than heretofore believed. In addition, these findings have given us much new information about the interplay of trade and culture between the colonists and their mother country. The Author : C. Pottery sherds found archeologically in colonial sites serve a multiple purpose.
They help to date the sites; they reflect cultural and economic levels in the areas of their use; and they throw light on manufacture, trade, and distribution.
This pottery began making brown ware from and in was taken over by John Phillips. In the works became known as the Aller Vale Art Pottery. Their work is often adventurous, the decoration free and bold.
One of the rarest Charles Brannam art pottery plaque with anthropomorphic squirrel and rabbit figures BRANNAM POTTERY PLAQUE Dated 1.
Lot 25 A tall CH Brannam red earthenware vase A tall CH Brannam red earthenware vase, dated , of waisted cylindrical form, decorated in high relief with a dragon and stylised leaves against a blue and green ground, incised marks and date, 41cm high and a smaller C H Brannam green glazed cylindrical vase, incised with a bird of prey, impressed marks, 32cm high 2.
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