Royal Doulton Flambe Bowl Designed by Charles Noke
Inside the bowl in black, features a scene of English cottages set among trees with a field of daisies in the foreground. It measures 7 3/4" diameter across the top and 2" in height. The bowl is in excellent condition with only a couple of very minor scuff marks and carries clear factory marks to the base.
By the date code # "20" to the right of the backstamp, the bowl was produced in 1947 with Noke's mark for an earlier design. See Dating Doulton - A Brief Guide by Royal Doulton or 'The Doulton Burslem Wares' by Eyles.
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FYI: Over 500 years ago Chinese potters first experimented with copper oxide glazes to create a fiery red finish that became known as ‘flambe’. The Royal Doulton Company exhibited their wares in 1904 at the St. Louis Exhibition.
Item ID: 355
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