Royal Doulton Lambeth Rosina Brown pottery bowl
|Royal Doulton Lambeth Rosina Brown pottery bowl. It is marked RB (for Rosina Brown) and the number 2248. Rosina Brown worked at Doulton Lambeth between 1875 and 1905, and was a Senior Assistant from 1882. The Doulton mark was first used in 1902. Rosina worked with many of the great artists at Doulton including Eliza Simmance and Edith Lupton. She also assisted George Tinworth on the History of England vase made for the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition. This is a very unusual shape and glaze for Doulton. The glaze is a mix of blue, grey, red and brown, and it just dribbles down the sides. When you first see the glaze you will think that it is Royal Lancastrian, it is just so unusual for Doulton.
||Height 15 cm
Width 6.5 cm
|Condition is good, there is a very minor nibble on the base, but owing to the glaze colour it is almost invisible.
||Packaged Weight 800g
|Click here to enquire or to purchase Catalogue Number G693
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