Vintage DRIP GLAZE ART DECO VASE Crown Devon England
Done in the art deco style of the
1930s, this genuine drip glaze vase by Crown Devon is quite
the collector's item.
We are overjoyed to present this 1930s
art deco. drip glazed vase. Molded with the pattern of Acanthus
leaves, this piece was made by Crown Devon of Stoke-on-Trent,
The Crown Devon story started in the
early 1870s when Simon Fielding put his life savings into the
Railway Works in Sutherland Street, Stoke-on-Trent. The Crown
Devon backstamp appeared on a number of patterns from the 1880s
although it was 1912 before the Railway Works was renamed The
The name Crown Devon was synonymous
with quality, and were at the time produced inexpensively. Examples
of this famous manufacturer are now worth much more than people
think! This vase is a perfect example of the art deco styles
of the 30s and features a drip glaze and elegant handholds on
either side. Acanthus leaf patterns sweep up from the base of
the vase, and the drip glaze is beautifully done in blue, purple,
This wonderful vase stands at 10 1/4
inches tall, has a 4 inch diameter base, and The top opening
of the vase has a 5 inch diameter.
This vase is in truly excellent condition,
though the bottom has some scrape marks from everyday use. The
inside of the vase has scrape marks, largely from the stems
of floral arrangements placed in it over the decades. There
are no cracks, crazing, or chips anywhere on the vase.
This beautiful example of Art Deco
would make fine decoration to anyone's shelves, coffee table,
or end table. Likewise, it could be used to hold fresh bouquets
of flowers to cheer up any area of the home or restaurant.
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