These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only. H Brannam pottery sgraffito vase decorated with a fish, impressed mark 10 cm high. Charles Brannam , slip ware bowl together with an earthenware bowl by G Guilme. Diameter 12 cm and 13 cm 2. Brannam, Barum and dated The baluster shape decorated with sgraffito, slipped trailing and pecking of fishes, two handles issue from it. Learn about Brannam Pottery Brannam Pottery was founded by Thomas Brannam in Barnstaple in Devon in and made household items such as floor tiles, bricks and sewage pipes.
Brannam Barnstaple Devon Ware
This pottery began making brown ware from and in was taken over by John Phillips. In the works became known as the Aller Vale Art Pottery. Their work is often adventurous, the decoration free and bold. Impressed mark. This firm frequently supplied small items of Art Nouveau style jewellery to Liberty and Co during the early years of the 20th Century.
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Thomas Brannam started on his own, after having worked for some years as a potter, in Barnstaple, Devon, in The company originally made utility wares such as floor tiles and sewage pipes. The name most usually associated with Brannam is that of Charles Hubert Brannam, Thomas’s son, born Charles started work at the pottery at the age of twelve. He was artistically inclined, and after many years trying, managed to persuade his father, in , to let him experiment with the production of art pottery at their Litchdon Street works.
Spelling variations of the name Brannam dating from that time include Thomas Backway Brannam, English founder of Brannam Pottery, a British studio pottery.
There are lots that match your search criteria. Subscribe now to get instant access to the full price guide service. Some repairs and damages. A mixed group of ceramics, to include a Brannam pottery vase, 14cm high; and a Carlton ware ‘Rouge Royale’ dish; together with Chinese cloisonne enamel. Charles Brannam, Barnstable – Rare mid Victorian dated slipware pottery jar and cover, the domed cover with six spokes and button finial, the ovoid body having slipware decoration of a Wyvern, a sea serpent and a swan or similar, incised beneath Ch.
General flaking to rim of body, a few flake losses and rubs to edges of slipware decoration, some surface scuffing, kiln inclusions, glaze pops etc but no cracks or restoration. Brannam Barnstaple glazed pottery Vase, grey-ground of ovoid form with three scroll handles to the neck, impressed marks, 17in 43cm high. Pair of C. Brannam Pottery vases, of tapering cylindrical form, decorated with flowers on a green and blue ground, incised to base “CH Brannam Barum RD , 26cm high 2 No visible condition issues.
A circa Devonware Pottery grotesque fish posy vase, on a blue ground with slip decoration, unmarked but possibly Frederick Bowen for Brannam Pottery, w. An H J Wood Indian Tree charger in pastel shades of green, pink, yellow and blue, 42cm, a Gouda pottery twin handled vase marked on base, 22cm, a green C H Brannam charger 36cm and a small floral design ewer 16cm marked AS in monogram.
A William Baron Barnstaple Pottery suffragette bell in the form of a humorous woman in cloak and bonnet with mottled mauve and blue glazed finish, inscribed “The perfect woman speaks only when tolled”, with incised mark to the reverse Baron, Barnstaple , 11 cm tall approx displayed in cabinet adjacent Estimate: An Alexander Lauder Barum Pottery vase of ovoid form with drawn neck, with green, brown and ochre incised and moulded decoration of various woodland birds amongst foliage and berries beneath a brown glazed drawn neck and with incised mark to the base Lauder, Barum and incised date 10 1 , 24 cm tall approx Estimate: A William Baron Barnstaple Pottery Toby Jug with orange coloured uranium glazed finish, incised mark to the base Baron, Barnstaple , 14 cm tall approx Estimate: A C H Brannam Barum Pottery vase of oval form with drawn neck and pinched rim, with alternating stylised floral panels and crosses in tones of blue, cream, ochre and brown and with incised mark to the base C H Brannam, Barum, J Dewdney and numbered and dated ?
A collection of 58 ceramics plus sketches and 2 design books representing the best of the C H Brannam Ltd’s own collection.
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Brannam, a Barum Ware pottery novelty match striker, modelled as a cat holding a cracked egg, on oval plinth, incised ‘CH Brannam, Barum’, 12cm high restorations. This will then be passed to the relevant collecting agency. Invoices will be issued in Pounds Sterling. Each time you bid on a lot covered by the ARR, you agree to pay an amount equal to the resale royalty, if you are the successful bidder.
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A C.H. Brannam twin section pottery vase, by James Dewdney, c, in. restorations to A C.H. Brannam, Barum pottery ewer, dated , in.
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There are lots that match your search criteria. Subscribe now to get instant access to the full price guide service. Some repairs and damages. A pair of Charles Brannam Barum vases, dated , shouldered, flaring cylindrical form, incised and slip decorated with a peacock walking before stylised flowers and foliage, in shades of green, brown and blue impressed and incised factory marks, A Bretby jardiniere, Brannam Barnstaple glazed Vase, Sylvac shell flower trough, decorative plates, etc.
Science. Figure 2.—Sketch of sherd of sgraffito-ware dish, dating about , that was found during excava- tions of C. H. Brannam’s pottery in Barnstaple.
Barnstaple pottery C. Brannam , Barum twist handled oviform green glazed Vase. Ch Brannam Barum Shaving Mug. Torquay Pottery. Lather freely shave easy. Free shipping. Skip to main content. Email to friends Share on Facebook – opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter – opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest – opens in a new window or tab. Add to Watchlist. People who viewed this item also viewed. Brannam , Barum twist handled oviform green glazed Vase 4, Picture Information.
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We offer this large stylish art pottery jug by Charles Brannam modeled with a sgraffito fish design with fish spout and tail dated The large red ea.
A Mintons Ltd Art Nouveau vase, c. Brannam twin section pottery vase, by James Dewdney, c. Brannam, Barum pottery jug and matching beaker, by James Dewdney, c. A Victorian painted pottery wall plaque, in the manner of Doulton Burslem, 12 x 7in. Donald Gilbert for Ashtead Potters. Four Art Deco Jungle Book figures, 5. A French blue glass and gilt brass mounted lamp base, late 19th century, Lot A Royal Doulton Nelson pottery twin handled loving cup, Lot A Royal Copenhagen group of a kneeling faun with parrot, 7in.
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