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Honiton Pottery Vase Dating From 1920 - 1930, De Morgan Pattern Vases By Charles Collard, East Devon Potteries England.

Honiton Pottery Vase Dating From 1920 - 1930, De Morgan Pattern Vases By Charles Collard, East Devon Potteries England.

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  • Vintage item from the 1920s
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Very nice rare vintage early large Honiton Pottery vase featuring the ‘De Morgan’ pattern. The Honiton Pottery is a small pottery based in the Devon town of Honiton. It was established in 1881, but not much is known about this early period. The company reached its peak in the 1930s, its most famous designer was Charles Collard who joined them in 1918. He is famous for his freely hand painted designs that had a similarity to Poole Pottery, this is not surprising as he had previously owned that company.

This fantastic vase, possibly decorated by Collard or his daughter, has a dynamic foliate design that is hand painted, this is known as the ‘De Morgan’ pattern. The base has the stamped/impressed maker mark (HONITON POTTERY. The vase is without damage, apart from some small firing flaws on the body and base, please see picture nine and ten for more details.



The vase is being offered in good vintage condition, it measures about 10 inch (25.4 cm) high x 6 inch (15.2 cm in diameter and weighs 1.4 kg, very heavy, hence the postage cost. A wonderful collectable piece.

Postage RM 1st Class Standard Parcel £9.99
Postage RM 2nd Class Standard Parcel £6.99. Includes box and packaging.
Very nice rare vintage early large Honiton Pottery vase featuring the ‘De Morgan’ pattern. The Honiton Pottery is a small pottery based in the Devon town of Honiton. It was established in 1881, but not much is known about this early period. The company reached its peak in the 1930s, its most famous designer was Charles Collard who joined them in 1918. He is famous for his freely hand painted designs that had a similarity to Poole Pottery, this is not surprising as he had previously owned that company.

This fantastic vase, possibly decorated by Collard or his daughter, has a dynamic foliate design that is hand painted, this is known as the ‘De Morgan’ pattern. The base has the stamped/impressed maker mark (HONITON POTTERY. The vase is without damage, apart from some small firing flaws on the body and base, please see picture nine and ten for more details.



The vase is being offered in good vintage condition, it measures about 10 inch (25.4 cm) high x 6 inch (15.2 cm in diameter and weighs 1.4 kg, very heavy, hence the postage cost. A wonderful collectable piece.

Postage RM 1st Class Standard Parcel £9.99
Postage RM 2nd Class Standard Parcel £6.99. Includes box and packaging.

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