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Uk DOULTON

 c399 Uk DOULTON

c399
 c398 Uk DOULTON

c398
 c397 Uk DOULTON

c397
 c396 Uk DOULTON

c396
 c395 Uk DOULTON

c395
 c394 Uk DOULTON

c394
 c400 Uk DOULTON

c400
 c497 Uk DOULTON

c497
 c401 Uk DOULTON

c401
Match stand "Saved": c499 Uk DOULTON
Match stand "Saved":
c499
 c402 Uk DOULTON

c402
 c403 Uk DOULTON

c403
 c496 Uk DOULTON

c496
 c498 Uk DOULTON

c498
 c500 Uk DOULTON

c500

Dates: est 1793

The firm originally specialised in sanitary stoneware but from the 1870s formed a link with Lambeth School of Art to create a fruitful development in various forms of art pottery. By the 1890s they were employing over three hundred artists of whom George Tinworth was one of the best known. In 1914 C J Noke became the art director and he continued the tradition by creating new kinds of decorative wares promoting modern forms and experimenting with glaze effects as can be seen in the Chang pottery in this collection.
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