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Displaying items by tag: C H Brannam Pottery

Stock ref: DS2474

Circa 1900

A wonderful 8 3'4" Art Nouveau Cylinder Vase from the  Barnstaple,  North Devon  pottery CH Brannam.  In a deep blue background glaze with white / black stylised flower forms. Factory marked to the base. 

Excellent overall condition with  just  a small glaze chip on the top rim as shown in the image montage.

 

Provenance:  The David Coachworth and Peter Myers Collection 2021.

Size:  10.5(dia) x 22.2(h)cm

£ 90

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Stock ref: DS2470

1905

An excellent art nouveau plate by Frederick Braddon for the C H Brannam pottery in Devon.  10 3/4" diameter, slip decorated with three radiating flowers in blue, green and brown on a green background. Fully signed and dated to the rear.

Excellent condition to the upper surface and the base, just a tiny chip evident to the underside of the rim, as photographed in the image montage below.

Size:  27.5(dia) x 2.5(h) cm

£ 225

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Stock ref: DS2472

Circa 1900

An excellent example of the sought after  5 3/4" diameter Owl Bowl made  for Liberty & Co by the Barnstaple, North Devon  pottery CH Brannam.  In a blue glaze, with black owl feather detailing, the owl's face is hand impressed into 3 sides of the bowl.  Factory marked as expected on the base, together with  a Made for Liberty & Co stamp and an exhibition loan label (No 3) by the previous owner.

Excellent condition with no known faults.

Provenance:  The David Coachworth and Peter Myers Collection 2021.
Loaned by Peter Myers and exhibited in 1975: Liberty's 1875-1975, An exhibition to Mark the Firms Centenary, V&A Museum.

Size: 14.5(dia) 

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Stock ref: DS2471

Circa 1900

An excellent example of the sought after Owl Bowl made  for Liberty & Co by the North Devon  pottery CH Brannam.  In a dark green glaze, with black owl feather detailing, the owl's face is hand impressed into 3 sides of the bowl.  Registration number 44561 incised close to the base and factory marked as expected on the base, together with an exhibition loan label (No 6) by the previous owner.

Excellent condition with no known faults.

Provenance:  The David Coachworth and Peter Myers Collection 2021.
Loaned by Peter Myers and exhibited in 1975: Liberty's 1875-1975, An exhibition to Mark the Firms Centenary, V&A Museum.

Size: 21.5(dia) x 10.5(h)cm

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