Faience art pottery from Burmantofts who created ceramics in Leeds, England from 1859 to 1957. Just the thing to put around when you finally open that tearoom by the railway hotel.

Large jardinière and stand. ca. 1900.
Large jardinière and stand, painted and incised with bright blue peacocks in an orchard and the stand decorated with stylized flowering shrubs and foliate borders. ca. 1900. English. Makers marks: Impressed “BURMANTOFTS / FAIENCE / 2188 / ENGLAND” and .” Stand impressed “BF” monogram, “ENGLAND” and “2189.” Image © 1stdibs.com, Inc. 2020. Fair use license. via https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/decorative-objects/vases-vessels/planters-cachepots-jardinieres/burmantofts-faience-large-jardiniere-stand-circa-1900/id-f_18305542/
Vases. 1882-1904.
Pair of vases with cylindrical necks, the necks incised with vertical motifs flanked by two scroll handles. Tubelined globular bodies incised with opposing crows grasping snakes with their talons, within a surround of Persian style flowers against a terracotta ground and circular foot. 1882-1904. Makers marks: Impressed and painted factory marks with the bases numbered “2062”. Image © Toovey’s 2017-2020. Fair use license. via https://www.tooveys.com/lots/346150/a-pair-of-burmantofts-faience-vases/
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Partie-colored vase with a globular form and tapering neck. Cream ground decorated with Persian flowers and foliate motifs in greens, browns, royal blue and turquoise. 1885. Joseph Walmsley, designer for Burmantofts. Makers marks: Impressed and painted “BURMANTOFTS FAIENCE” and “COL NO. 24” with model number “2048”. Image © The Peacock Room, Berkshire, and 2020 LoveAntiques.com. Fair use license. via https://www.loveantiques.com/antique-vases/arts-and-crafts-(1880-1910)/large-burmantofts-faience-partie-coloured-vase-designed-by-joseph-walmsley-118622

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