1st 1868 and from Staffordshire, England and the proprietor's name registered is James Wardle. James Wardle was the son of Staffordshire potter, William Wardle. His son, James, followed his father's trade and set up a pottery in Shelton in the mid-nineteenth century. The company was not particularly successful, and it was not until his death in 1871 that the business passed into the hands of his wife, Eliza, who carried on trading as Wardle & Co. With the help of her family and friends Eliza expanded the export business that her husband had initiated and soon moved to a larger factory in Hanley.In 1885 a new range of art pottery was introduced, and the company moved into a yet higher gear. In 1899 her son-in-law, David Jones, took over management of the factory and introduced new techniques - tube-lining and slip decoration.
Jones died in 1908, and the company was taken over by J A Robinson & Sons Ltd. The name changed to Wardle Art Pottery. Wardle Art Pottery was later amalgamated with Cauldon Potteries, and finally ceased trading in 1935. This vase is considered to be larger in size as it is a little bit under 9 inches tall. We have additional hand vases listed in our store with the identical or similar design from the same proprietor and in the same or smaller size.Also, we have other antique hand vases in other designs. Condition: Other than the signs of aging such as the faded gold, this hand vase is in excellent preowned condition. No chips, cracks or repairs. If there are any other minor flaws such as random small black specks in the porcelain, firing cracks etc. They are all natural from the making.
One small firing crack noticed under the urn's base which is natural. Vase may need some light cleaning. Comes as found and as seen. Approximate measurements: 8-7/8" tall, 3-1/4" base diameter.
Parian ware is a type of biscuit porcelain that was made to imitate carved marble. It was also contemporaneously referred to as Statuary Porcelain by Copeland. Please view all pictures and they are the main part of the description. Merchandise values cannot be marked below value or mark items as "gifts" - US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior.
Please read item description completely and refer to the pictures as they are part of the description and condition. Most items that we sell are used or vintage and therefore will show age appropriate signs of wear. If an item is new, it will be stated.Good - shows moderate wear and is fully functional. Fair - shows moderate wear and has condition issues that may or may not be repairable. Please view and enlarge all images.
The pictures are part of the description. If you are not completely happy with the item when it arrives then we kindly ask you to please get in touch with us to discuss any problems you may have. The item "Antique Parian Ware Porcelain Staffordshire Victorian Hand Spill Vase Urn 8-7/8" is in sale since Saturday, November 30, 2019.
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