Beswick Antique Beaded Double Handled Vase

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This incredible double handled vase from 1936 by noted pottery designer Mr.Symcox, under the employ of Beswick Pottery - Showcases his signature beaded motif, as well as his mastery of delicate pastel hues.
Beswick Pottery was founded by James Wright Beswick in 1894-96. In 1898 a premises was opened on Gold Street, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, England, still the home of Beswick today although it operates under the umbrella of the Royal Doulton Group as of 1969.


Throughout most of the 20th Century Beswick created beautifully decorated lines of vases, pots, jugs, tea pots, trinkets and dinnerware. An early 1930 ad line read, “Everything the householder needs in earthenware”. To this day the best resource book on the company, The Charlton Standard Catalogue of Beswick Pottery, by Diana and John Callow gives designer credit on each item featured in their excellent reference book.

This is a guaranteed conversation starter and the crown jewel of any collection. It's an exciting investment that will only get better with age.

Great patina - just the way we like'em!

A must for any man-cave, bar/tavern/pub, garage, game room, lady den, oddity collector - or all of the above.

Unique and one-of-a-kind, you'll receive the exact piece shown in the photos. Complete with a certificate of authenticity.


Product Details:
— Vase Dimensions: 6"H
Origin England
— Certificate of Authenticity Included
— Professional Packaging for A Safe Delivery
— Since this piece is unique, you will receive the exact piece showcased in the pictures


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