{"id":2874576142436,"title":"Royal Worcester hand painted pair roses tall narrow neck bulbous vases with handles (R Austin)","handle":"royal-worcester-hand-painted-pair-roses-tall-narrow-neck-bulbous-vases-with-handles-r-austin","description":"\u003cp\u003eRoyal Worcester hand painted pair of roses tall narrow neck bulbous vases with handles\u003cbr\u003eboth signed R Austin\u003cbr\u003ec.1912\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eApproximately 29 centimeters (11 1\/2 inches) tall\u003cbr\u003eApproximately 9 centimeters (3 1\/2 inches) base diameter\u003cbr\u003eApproximately 4.5 centimeters (1 3\/4 inches) mouth diameter\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eIn excellent condition\u003cbr\u003e GUARANTEED free from damage and repair\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eReginald (Harry) Austin (1890-1955) \u003cem\u003eBorn in Worcester in 1890, Harry Austin trained as an artist from an early age and won many medals for the drawings he produced in his younger years. 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He is believed to have started at the Royal Worcester factory with his younger brother Walter in 1910. Harry Austin became a highly skilled and wide ranging artist. He produced stunning studies of birds including a particular series of Australian birds for the export market, fruit subjects, plants and flowers. He was also responsible for the newer versions of the old Worcester Fancy Birds on the blue scale grounds. In the 1920s, hard times came to the quality porcelain market and a great many painters had to find ways to boost their meagre earnings. Harry turned to producing watercolours, of the same style that he painted at the factory, on canvas, card, paper or plywood. He then touted them around the local inns and cafes. In 1930, during the great depression Harry Austin left the Royal Worcester factory to concentrate on the freelance design work with his brother. In 1931, after limited success with his freelance work he became the resident designer for Paragon China. While at Paragon Harry produced a design featuring love birds with flowers, for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, to commemorate the birth of her daughter Princess Margaret. However, unhappy with life in the potteries Harry eventually returned to Worcester, but not the Worcester factory, and continued his freelance design work.\u003c\/em\u003e\u003c\/p\u003e"}

Royal Worcester hand painted pair roses tall narrow neck bulbous vases with handles (R Austin)

Product Description

Royal Worcester hand painted pair of roses tall narrow neck bulbous vases with handles
both signed R Austin
c.1912

Approximately 29 centimeters (11 1/2 inches) tall
Approximately 9 centimeters (3 1/2 inches) base diameter
Approximately 4.5 centimeters (1 3/4 inches) mouth diameter

In excellent condition
GUARANTEED free from damage and repair

Reginald (Harry) Austin (1890-1955) Born in Worcester in 1890, Harry Austin trained as an artist from an early age and won many medals for the drawings he produced in his younger years. He is believed to have started at the Royal Worcester factory with his younger brother Walter in 1910. Harry Austin became a highly skilled and wide ranging artist. He produced stunning studies of birds including a particular series of Australian birds for the export market, fruit subjects, plants and flowers. He was also responsible for the newer versions of the old Worcester Fancy Birds on the blue scale grounds. In the 1920s, hard times came to the quality porcelain market and a great many painters had to find ways to boost their meagre earnings. Harry turned to producing watercolours, of the same style that he painted at the factory, on canvas, card, paper or plywood. He then touted them around the local inns and cafes. In 1930, during the great depression Harry Austin left the Royal Worcester factory to concentrate on the freelance design work with his brother. In 1931, after limited success with his freelance work he became the resident designer for Paragon China. While at Paragon Harry produced a design featuring love birds with flowers, for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, to commemorate the birth of her daughter Princess Margaret. However, unhappy with life in the potteries Harry eventually returned to Worcester, but not the Worcester factory, and continued his freelance design work.

Sku: 5648
$ 3,750.00 AUD
Maximum quantity available reached.