A stunning pair of Royal Doulton stoneware Lambeth Vases, so marked on the base, as well as Slaters Patent mark and many initials and numbers, all shown in the photos. Please feel free to email me for additional questions or pictures. This ceramic pair stands slightly over 10" in height. They have a bulbous form base standing on a gold accented foot, with a narrow shoulder and neck that flares only slightly at the top rim. The glaze is a muted teal with a lot of brown and blue. Around the circumference of the vase are five oval medallions decorated with leaf, floral and geometric forms on a buff-colored background. Interspersed among the medallions are branches of what appear to be flowering peach. A band around the neck features a flat, many petal flower head, perhaps a daisy. The top rim is brown. The glaze looks like a majolica glaze and the pattern is somewhat Moorish in effect. I can find no damage on these vases; they appear to be intact with no chips or cracks that I can ascertain. If my research is correct I think these date to the last half of the 19th century--probably 1860 to 1880.