Ceramics & Glass
Including British & European porcelain, studio pottery, art pottery, Asian & Islamic ceramics and art glass
Among the oldest art forms in the world, great ceramic and glassware is about creating a unique expression using what we know are extremely fickle materials. Like a fine wine, enjoying ceramics and glass is about learning to appreciate the many subtle layers that have gone into making them complete. Explore the regal formality of fine gilt and brushwork, revel in the playfulness and raw energy of studio ware, or just lose yourself in the sumptuous reflections, shapes and tones of glassware.
If you just need a vase – you can buy a vase; but if you want to explore the creativity and passion of past masters such as Rene Lalique, William Moorcroft or the Martin Brothers, then our engaging world of ceramics and glass is waiting for you.
Notable names from our ceramics inventory: Clarice Cliff, Charlotte Rhead, Goldscheider, Moorcroft, Susie Cooper, Grays Pottery, Royal Doulton, Royal Worcester, Royal Crown Derby, Wemyss, Bretby, Spode, Abbeydale, Coalport, Bursley Ware, Lorna Bailey, Kevin Francis, Lladro, Royal Copenhagen, Bing & Grondahl, Royal Dux, Rosenthal, Herend, Heubach Gebruder, Wedgwood, Keith Murray, Beswick, Albert Hallam, Wade, Scheurich-Keramik, Poole Pottery, Truda Carter, Troika, Lucie Rie, Peter Wills, David Leach, Margaret Leach, Duncan Ross, Svend Bayer, John Maltby, Walter Keeler, William Marshall, Alan Wallwork, Edwin Brock, Amanda Popham, Lawson Rudge, Alasdair Neil MacDonnell, Brannam, Ashtead Pottery, Aldermaston Pottery, Christopher Dresser and Lithorpe Pottery, William Howson Taylor, Ruskin Pottery, Martin Brothers, Pilkington’s Royal Lancastrian, Burmantofts, Minton, Bretby, Farnham Pottery, Compton Pottery and Doulton by Hannah Barlow, Florence Barlow, Eliza Simmance, Leslie Harradine, Arthur Pearce, Emma Shute, Vera Huggins, Helen Walters and others.
Notable names from our glassware inventory: Lalique, Michael Harris, Mdina, Orrefors, Daum, Baccarat, Caithness, Waterford, Steven Newell and Swarovski.
Eliza Simmance and Joan Honey for Doulton Lambeth – Pair of stoneware and brass candlesticks, circa 1890.
William Moorcroft ‘Eventide’ pattern fruit bowl decorated with a tubelined trees.
Ingeborg Ludin for Orrefors – ‘Ariel’ blue and clear glass vase of cylindrical form, circa 1973.
Keith Murray for Wedgwood – ‘Moonstone’ vase of ribbed globular form in white glaze.
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