Art pottery from a bit back. Late 19th century to the early 20th.British. Art Nouveau, mostly. Various potteries.

Stoneware vases with high shouldered bodies, monogrammed with three panels of horses within green stylized foliate framing against a light brown ground. Early 20th c.
Stoneware vases with high shouldered bodies, monogrammed with three panels of horses within green stylized foliate framing against a light brown ground. Early 20th c. English. Hannah Barlow, decorator for Royal Doulton. © Copyright Toovey’s 2017-2019. Fair use licenses. via https://www.tooveys.com/lots/387824/a-pair-of-royal-doulton-stoneware-vases/
Vase, hand painted with lustre iris and birds. Body with a faux copper finish.
Vase, hand painted with lustre iris and birds. No date. Body with a faux copper finish. Bretby Pottery, maker. Image © A.H. Wilkens Auctions & Appraisals , Toronto. Fair use license. via https://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/40770023_bretby-art-nouveau-pottery-vase
Ewer. 1902 and Art Nouveau in style.
Ewer. 1902 and Art Nouveau in style. Cloisonne pattern. Matt-black and metallic copper effect glazing. Body with a hand-colored motif of a small bird perched on a hawthorne branch. marked on the base with the impressed Bretby sun burst mark, the shape number 797E, the artists initials EJB and gilders number 168. Made by Henry Tooth and Co at the Bretby Art Pottery, Woodville, Derbyshire. Image © 2018. Fair use license. via https://www.jockjenantiques.com/bretby-art-nouveau-ewer-or-jug-shape-797-henry-tooth-and-co
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