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Vintage

Beswick Art Deco Vase, 1935

Billy Blue Eye

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Beswick Art Deco Vase, 1935
Beswick Art Deco Vase, 1935
Beswick Art Deco Vase, 1935
Beswick Art Deco Vase, 1935
Beswick Art Deco Vase, 1935
Beswick Art Deco Vase, 1935
Beswick Art Deco Vase, 1935
Beswick Art Deco Vase, 1935

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1910-1950

Condition:

Very Good; very small production glaze skip on bottom rim of jug

Country of Origin:

England

Materials:

clay

Size:

6.5" W x 6.5" H

Color/Finish:

tangerine/green/blue/yellow

Care:

Hand-wash.

Why We Love This

Pitcher designed by Mr. Symcox in 1934 for Beswick Pottery of Stoke-on-Trent, England (founded 1892) and released from 1935 to 1954. Design elements from the Art Deco and Art Moderne movements which Mr. Symcox frequently used and combined in his designs. The jug has a marbleized glaze with a satiny finish that is soft to the touch. Stamped with the "Beswick Ware," incised "Made in England 346."
As described by Billy Blue Eye

Why We Love This

Pitcher designed by Mr. Symcox in 1934 for Beswick Pottery of Stoke-on-Trent, England (founded 1892) and released from 1935 to 1954. Design elements from the Art Deco and Art Moderne movements which Mr. Symcox frequently used and combined in his designs. The jug has a marbleized glaze with a satiny finish that is soft to the touch. Stamped with the "Beswick Ware," incised "Made in England 346."

About Billy Blue Eye

Our passion for collecting art pottery has been nurtured over 35 years. At Billy Blue Eye Pottery & Paintings we offer the best in vintage and antique ceramics and stoneware. As curators with comprehensive knowledge and a strong sense of design and value, we’re ready to help build your collection, find a gift for a treasured friend, or introduce you to the wonderful world of our painters. Our business is named for our dachshund Billy, who has one blue and one brown eye.