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'Her work' said Sparkes, 'is ornament made up of an ingenious mxture of classical or conventional forms with natural growths. There is usually great flatness of treatment in her work, with whoch elaborately diapered backgrounds in no wise interfere. The colour clings to the small stamped patters in these backgrounds and flows into the  deeper depressions, to the manifest enrichment of the pieces. She often gave indication of close study of antique methods of decoration.' Miss Edwards died at an early age and specimens of her work are much rarer than those of many other Doulton Ware designers and artists. 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She specialised in carved and incised foliage patterns. 'Her work' said Sparkes, 'is ornament made up of an ingenious mxture of classical or conventional forms with natural growths. There is usually great flatness of treatment in her work, with whoch elaborately diapered backgrounds in no wise interfere. The colour clings to the small stamped patters in these backgrounds and flows into the  deeper depressions, to the manifest enrichment of the pieces. She often gave indication of close study of antique methods of decoration.' Miss Edwards died at an early age and specimens of her work are much rarer than those of many other Doulton Ware designers and artists. (Page 307, The Doulton Lambeth Wares by Desmond Eyles, Revised by Louise Irvine)\u003c\/em\u003e\u003c\/p\u003e"}

Doulton Lambeth Emily J Edwards stoneware ewer with applied rosettes, beads and foliage

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Doulton Lambeth stoneware ewer with applied rosettes, beads and foliage
by Emily J Edwards (signed to base and body of ewer) and Mary Aitken
c.1875

Approximately 21 centimeters (8 1/4 inches) tall
Approximately 9 centimeters (3 1/2 inches) base diameter

In excellent condition
GUARANTEED free from damage and repair

Emily J Edwards (with Doulton from 1871-1876) One of the first women designers and decorators at the Lambeth Studios, Miss Edwards was the sister of Catherine Sparkes. She specialised in carved and incised foliage patterns. 'Her work' said Sparkes, 'is ornament made up of an ingenious mxture of classical or conventional forms with natural growths. There is usually great flatness of treatment in her work, with whoch elaborately diapered backgrounds in no wise interfere. The colour clings to the small stamped patters in these backgrounds and flows into the  deeper depressions, to the manifest enrichment of the pieces. She often gave indication of close study of antique methods of decoration.' Miss Edwards died at an early age and specimens of her work are much rarer than those of many other Doulton Ware designers and artists. (Page 307, The Doulton Lambeth Wares by Desmond Eyles, Revised by Louise Irvine)

Sku: 3148
$ 750.00 AUD
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