An interesting vase by Edith Lupton that shows how the vase was decorated.

If like me you often look at a piece of stoneware with intricate, repeat decoration and simply marvel at how the artist meticulously recreated a design over the body of the piece, then this Edith Lupton piece that has come my way should illustrate some of her technique perfectly!

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Lupton’s work is instantly recognisable to her many admirers and collectors and whilst she collaborated with many of the great Lambeth artists, her own pieces are equally praise worthy. I hope you can all make out her feint guide lines showing through the glaze in these pictures of this vase from 1883.

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In addition to Lupton’s monogram there is also the assistant mark for Rosina Brown.

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