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Doulton Lambeth Stoneware Vase, by George Tinworth, dated 1877

Doulton Lambeth Stoneware Vase, by George Tinworth, dated 1877

Item Description:

In the Aesthetic Movement style, signed with an artist's monogram on the side, marked underside with the Doulton Lambeth trademark, dated 1877, incised as well with another decorator's initials "E L H,"


Good with some restoration to the mouth of the vase.Please contact for specific condition questions.


Height 18.5 in.

Diameter 8 in.

About The Artist:

George Tinworth (English, 1843-1913) was an British ceramic artist who worked for the Doulton factory at Lambeth from 1867 until his death. In Tinworth's youth, he attended the Lambeth School of Art and later the Royal Academy Schools in 1864. Shortly after his time at the RA, Tinworth was hired by Doulton. At Doulton, he produced vases, jugs, humorous figures and animals and larger pieces, many of which were displayed at the Royal Academy. Through his engagement with Doulton, Tinworth also designed an altarpiece, a pulpit and a font for St. Alban's Anglican Church, consecrated in 1887 in Copenhagen. Other works by Tinworth can be viewed at the Museum of Garden History in Lambeth, the Baptist Chapel in Wraysbury, Truro Cathedral in Cornwall, St Mark's Church in Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, and in St Mary's Church in Burton, Wiltshire.


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