Pieces to spruce up anyone’s morning room. Maybe you should just do up the entire house. Émile-Aubert Lessore (Lessorre) for Wedgwood. A French ceramics artist and painter, Lessore’s work is just grand.

Queens' ware vase. ca. 1862.
Queens’ ware vase. ca. 1862. Decorated in enamel decorated with scrolled snake and vine framed cartouches. One side with a motif of children in a treed landscape with a village gathering on the other. Signed by the artist. Impressed mark. Image © 1999 – 2019 SKINNER, INC. Fair use license. via https://www.skinnerinc.com/auctions/2940B/lots/365
Vase. 1862-63. Lead-glazed creamware and jasperware.
Vase. 1862-63. Lead-glazed creamware and jasperware. Lessore in collaboration with Henry Brownsword for Wedgwood. Photo credit: Sean Pathasema/Birmingham Museum of Art. Collection of the Birmingham Museum of Art. Cc0 License 3.0. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Lessore_Vase.jpg
Queen's ware Trentham vase. ca. 1872.
Queen’s ware Trentham vase, the vase being supported on the backs of two children and a raised base adorned with agricultural tools. Polychrome enamel. ca. 1872. Émile Lessore, decorator for Wedgwood. Modeled by Rowland Morris. Signed by the artist. Impressed mark. Image © 1999 – 2019 SKINNER, INC. and lotsearch.de. Fair use license. via https://www.lotsearch.de/lot/wedgwood-emile-lessore-decorated-queens-ware-trentham-vasewedgwood-emile-26735587?page=24&orderBy=lot-title&order=ASC

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