Art Deco Lady Crown Devon Wall Plaque By Dorothy Ann In Blue And Red
Art Deco Lady Crown Devon Wall Plaque By Dorothy Ann In Blue And RedThis is a lovely large example of an Art Deco Lady Crown Devon Wall Plaque By Dorothy Ann In Blue And Red.
She is sporting a typically art deco form of blue turban headdress fixed with a red and pink rosette.
In very good condition with no chips, cracks or restoration. There are some manufacturing related defects including glaze marks, bubbles, and black spots. There is also some crazing and the most noticeable glazing mark is located just below the right eye brow.
The rear is marked with the post-1930s Crown Devon back stamp and "Hand Painted by Dorothy Ann."
Approximate Maximum Measurements
- Height: 30.5cm (1 foot)
- Width: 24cm
- Depth: 5cm
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Some History For You!
Crown Devon was founded in the 1878 by Simon Fielding when he bought the Railways Pottery in Sutherland Street, Stoke-on-Trent, UK. The Railway works was renamed as ‘The Devon Pottery’ in 1912. Although the Crown Devon back stamp did appear on some late 19th Century patterns.
They are most famous for their Majolica (brightly coloured lead-glazed earthenware), which was very popular in the U.K and U.S.A in the late 19th and early 20th Century.
Unfortunately, the company closed in 1982 but their pottery is still in demand and some of their pieces are now commanding quite high prices
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