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Charger decorated with a fish by William de Morgan, ca.1890

View this item and discover similar dinner plates for sale at - William De Morgan Ruby Lustre Charger decorated with a Fish.(Unmarked) see Greenwood's 'William De Morgan' Plate 117

Circa 1888 plate, collection of the V&A Museum, London.  More peacock stuff….love it

Dish Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: ca. (made) Artist/Maker: De Morgan, William Frend, born 1839 - died 1917 (maker) Materials and Techniques: Earthenware, lead glaze

A large lustre glazed charger decorated by Charles Passenger for William de Morgan (c. 1880	 United Kingdom)

For the table at the country house.ake sure the table is se by a roaring fire.(A large lustre glazed charger decorated by Charles Passenger for William de Morgan (c.

A WILLIAM DE MORGAN RUBY LUSTRE EARTHENWARE PLATE   CIRCA 1885   Decorated with an eagle, impressed 'H'   8 3/8 in. (21.4 cm.) diameter

William de Morgan ~ 1885 ~ Decorated with an Eagle ~ 8 cm] diameter

Charger, by William de Morgan, ca.1880. Copper lustre glaze over a white slip. De Morgan and many other Arts & Crafts designers often used commercially-produced pottery blanks. This earthenware dish was probably supplied as a blank to de Morgan's workshop by the Hanley firm of Davis | Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum

Charger, by William de Morgan, ca.1880. Copper lustre glaze over a white slip. De Morgan and many other Arts & Crafts designers often used commercially-produced pottery blanks. This earthenware dish was probably supplied as a blank to de Morgan's workshop by the Hanley firm of Davis | Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum

More fish plates for my collection. These are really ornate...(William De Morgan)

Charles Passenger for William De Morgan a Footed Dish with Fish Design, circa 1890

William De Morgan, Chelsea/Fulham,London, circa 1900-1907, painted maker’s mark W.D.M. Fulham and decorator’s mark C.P. (Charles Passenger). Hand-painted with pair of birds and pair of fish on a scrolling ground

William De Morgan, Chelsea/Fulham,London, circa painted maker’s mark W. Fulham and decorator’s mark C. Hand-painted with pair of birds and pair of fish on a scrolling ground

William Frend De Morgan (British, 1839-1917), Luster Glaze Decorated Stoneware Charger.

William Frend De Morgan (British, 1839-1917), Luster Glaze Decorated Stoneware Charger.

Dish        Place of origin:        Fulham, England (made)      Date:        ca. 1890 (made)      Artist/Maker:        De Morgan, William Frend, born 1839 - died 1917 (designer)      Passenger, Charles (painter)      William De Morgan, Fulham Factory (probably, maker)      Materials and Techniques:        Earthenware with lustre decoration

Dish

Dish Place of origin: Fulham, England (made) Date: ca. 1890 (made) Artist/Maker: De Morgan, William Frend, born 1839 - died 1917 (designer) Passenger, Charles (painter) William De Morgan, Fulham Factory (probably, maker) Materials and Techniques: Earthenware with lustre decoration

Three ceramic tiles, 1872-1881 by William De Morgan. Each ruby lustre decorated with a hedgehog, a feline and a seahorse respectively before stylised foliate backgrounds, on Craven Dunnill & Co. blanks each 6 1/8in. Sold at Christie's '09.

Three ceramic tiles, by William De Morgan. Each ruby lustre decorated with a hedgehog, a feline and a seahorse respectively before stylised foliate backgrounds, on Craven Dunnill & Co. blanks each 6 Sold at Christie's

Design for Decoration for a Lustre Dish, William de Morgan, 1879. Museum no. E.1217-1917

Design for Decoration for a Lustre Dish, William de Morgan, Museum no.

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