Egyptian themed pottery with a vividly colored Art Deco spin. Carlton Ware Pottery. Based in Stokes-on-Trent, England. Sold a few times and still there but not making anything like this anymore.

"Tutenkamun" covered vase. ca. 1920.
“Tutenkhamun” covered vase. ca. 1920. Enameled and gilt with Egyptian motifs. Printed marks in black and gilt. Image © 1stdibs, Inc. 2019. Fair use license. via https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/decorative-objects/vases-vessels/urns/carlton-ware-tutenkamun-covered-vase-circa-1920/id-f_9268213/
Dressing table tray. ca. 1920.
Dressing table tray. “Egyptian Fan” design. ca. 1920. Colored enamels and gilt on a mottled red ground. Pattern number 3695. Image ©2019 LoveAntiques.com. Fair use license. via https://www.loveantiques.com/miscellaneous/trays/carltonware-dressing-table-tray-c1920-128780
Bowl in the "Egyptian Fan" design number 3659. 1932.
Bowl in the “Egyptian Fan” design number 3659. Decorative flowers arranged in a fan shape on a mottled rouge background and gilt. 1932. Image Desired Antiques & Collectables 2019©. Fair use license. via http://www.desiredantiques.co.uk/product.php/3659_egyptian_fan_bowl/?k=:::6834466
Egyptian pattern bowl. ca. 1920's.
Egyptian pattern bowl. ca. 1920’s. Blue background with gilt decoration applied with transfer prints and on-glaze enamels. Image © McTears Auctioneers. Fair use license. via https://mctears.co.uk/auction/lot/1227-A-CARLTON-WARE-EGYPTIAN-PATTERN-BOWL/?lot=142829&so=0&st=&sto=0&au=777&ef=&et=&ic=False&sd=2&pp=25&pn=1&g=-1#
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Salt and fresh air to breathe. Country, too. A rest for sure. English.Robert Evans Creer, watercolorist (1838-1915). More images of the Isle of Man just a bit back. One from an outing to Wales.

A Landscape. Late 19th c.
A Landscape. Late 19th c. Watercolor on paper. Photo credit: Manx National Heritage. Image © Manx Museum. Fair use license. via https://artuk.org/discover/artworks/a-landscape-249864/view_as/grid/search/keyword:landscape–work_type:drawing-and-watercolour/page/1
"Maughold Head." 1890. Watercolor on paper.
“Maughold Head.” 1890. Watercolor on paper. Photo credit: Manx National Heritage. Image © Manx Museum. Fair use license. via https://artuk.org/discover/artworks/maughold-head-249950/search/actor:creer-robert-evans-18381915/page/1/view_as/grid
"Llyn Peris and Llyn Paddarn, Snowdonia." 1883.
“Llyn Peris and Llyn Paddarn, Snowdonia.” 1883. Watercolor on paper. Photo credit: Manx National Heritage. Image © Manx Museum. Fair use license. via https://artuk.org/discover/artworks/llyn-peris-and-llyn-paddarn-snowdonia-249881

Down to the island for a bit of fun with British artist John Miller Nicholson. Living from 1840 to 1913, he was born and raised on the Isle of Man which he also painted.

"A Sunny Afternoon on Douglas Promenade." 1888.
“A Sunny Afternoon on Douglas Promenade.” 1888. Image © Manx National Heritage. Fair use license. via https://www.gov.im/_shared/mnh/mnh/event.gov?eventid=3946
"Port Erin, Rushen." No exact date.
“Port Erin, Rushen.” No exact date. Image© WahooArt.com. Fair use license. via http://en.buypopart.com/BuyPopArt.nsf/A?Open&A=AQV4JM
"Peel." 1885.
“Peel.” 1885. Oil on canvas. Image and photo credit © Peel Town Commissioners. Fair use license. via https://artuk.org/discover/artworks/peel-149625

Long forgotten pictures of the Antarctic from “The great white South : being an account of experiences with Captain Scott’s South pole expedition and of the nature life of the Antarctic.” Herbert Ponting, author. Published in 1923.

"Penguins in the Pack Ice."
“Penguins in the Pack Ice.” Page 80. Collection of the Museum Victoria, Melbourne. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/greatwhiteSouth00Pont/page/n79
"Attacked by Killer Whales."
“Attacked by Killer Whales.” Page 116. Collection of the Museum Victoria, Melbourne. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/greatwhiteSouth00Pont/page/n115
"An Iceberg off Cape Royds." Page 169.
“An Iceberg off Cape Royds.” Page 169. Collection of the Museum Victoria, Melbourne. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/greatwhiteSouth00Pont/page/n168

Ideas for the hallway floor from the catalog “Examples of Old English Tiles Manufactured by Minton and Co., Stoke upon Trent and sold by Wyatt Parker & Co., Holland Street, London.” From the Minton Archive, Stokes-upon-Trent, England. 1842.

Page 25. Designs 67-72.
Page 25. Designs 67-72. Image © The Minton Archive UK. Fair use license. via https://sotca-colls.org.uk/SD1705/MS1366/index.html#page/26/mode/2up
Designs 76-82. Page 29.
Page 29. Designs 76-82. Image © The Minton Archive UK. Fair use license. via https://sotca-colls.org.uk/SD1705/MS1366/index.html#page/28/mode/2up
Page 31. Designs 79-82.
Page 31. Designs 79-82. Image © The Minton Archive UK. Fair use license. via https://sotca-colls.org.uk/SD1705/MS1366/index.html#page/30/mode/2up

Paintings of women and their friends. Pre-Raphaelite fusion and something of which I am not sure. English. Sidney Harold Meteyard, artist. Living from 1868 to 1947, he also designed stained glass. Member of the Birmingham Group.

"Hope Comforting Love in Bondage." 1901
“Hope Comforting Love in Bondage.” 1901. Collection of the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. In the public domain due to age. via https://www.flickr.com/photos/birminghammag/6869473601
"Tristram and Yseult." No exact date.
“Tristram and Yseult.” No exact date. Watercolor with bodycolor and tempera. Image © 2019 Sotheby’s. Fair use license. via https://www.sothebys.com/en/buy/auction/2019/victorian-pre-raphaelite-and-british-impressionist-art/sidney-harold-meteyard-tristram-and-yseult
"Lucifer flying over the city," an illustration for Longfellow's "The Golden Legend."
“Lucifer flying over the city,” an illustration for Longfellow’s “The Golden Legend.” ca. 1910. Watercolor. Auctioned by Bonhams in March of 2017. Image © Bonhams. Fair use license. via https://www.mutualart.com/Artwork/An-illustration-for-Longfellow-s-The-Gol/CCC825EACB4E4FD5 and http://www.arcadja.com/auctions/en/meteyard_sidney_harold/artist/55566/

Beautiful jewelry from the 19th century London firm of Carlo & Arthur Giuliano. Most of it Renaissance Revival in style. Some not.

Pendant in the motif of the Descent of Psyche into Hell
Pendant in the motif of the Descent of Psyche into Hell. 1904. Gold, enamel and gemstones with a pearl and emerald drop. Charles Ricketts, designer (1866-1931). Image © The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. Fair use license. via https://www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/collections/metalwork/93546
Necklace. 1895. Gold with enamel and gems.
Necklace. 1895. Gold with enamel and gems. Image © 2015-2019 Kaleidoscope effect. Fair use license. via https://nasvete.com/glorious-italian-jewellery-designer-carlo-giuliano/a-gold-necklace-with-enamel-and-gems-by-carlo-and-arthur-giuliano-1895/
Diadem. No exact date. Archeological Revival in style.
Diadem. No exact date. Archeological Revival in style. Gold headband with various sized leaves enameled in green. Image © 2019 William Doyle Galleries, Inc. Fair use license. via https://doyle.com/auctions/11jl03-important-estate-jewelry/catalogue/302-archeological-revival-gold-and-green-enamel