Presenting a distinctive set of four Art Nouveau large shallow bowls, circa 1900-1910, featuring the linear and flowing stylized tulip patterns typical of George Logan upon their broad fluted rims.
George Logan was an early member of the Glasgow School, and is considered an important Scottish designer. He was instrumental in helping establish and expand the popularity of the Art Nouveau movement in Scotland, along with helping to define the distinctive Glasgow School style.
Logan designed patterns for Keeling & Co and for other high end tableware producers. His works are featured in museum collections, including a tulip motif tureen at the Glasgow Museum.
These pieces are immediately graphic and pleasing to the eye while maintaining a neutral blue-grey coloring on a creamy white ground that blends well with many decors.
Condition is very good with one hairline crack as seen in the close up image. This, fortunately, runs through the widest part of the pattern and so is not apparent without fairly close examination.
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