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W.L. Baron, Barnstaple – A baluster shaped vase incised with fish and shells #barnstaple #pottery #ndevon

W L Baron, Barnstaple. A baluster shaped vase with two handles. Decorated with fish and shells. Incised mark beneath. 14cm high.

Price £95.00 including UK postage.

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UK Postage and Packaging £10.00

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Baron Pottery was founded by William Leonard Baron, who was born in Sidmouth, Devon, in 1863. He studied at Lambeth School of Art, his first job was at Doulton in Lambeth in the early 1880s. Around 1884 he moved to Barnstaple to work at the North Devon, Brannam Pottery company, continuing his studies at Barnstaple School of Art.

In the 1890’s he branched out on his own, setting up Baron Pottery at Rolle Quay near Barnstaple, going into direct competition with his former employer.

Baron, Barnstaple Pottery baluster shaped vase #ceramics #barnstaple

Baron, Barnstaple baluster shaped vase with incised birds and flowers on a stipple ground, with two writhen handles. In green and ochre colours. Pattern number 100. Initials EP and WHG. 15cm high.

Price £130 including UK postage.

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UK Postage and Packaging £10.00

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Baron Pottery was founded by William Leonard Baron, who was born in Sidmouth, Devon, in 1863. He studied at Lambeth School of Art, his first job was at Doulton in Lambeth in the early 1880s. Around 1884 he moved to Barnstaple to work at the North Devon, Brannam Pottery company, continuing his studies at Barnstaple School of Art.

In the 1890’s he branched out on his own, setting up Baron Pottery at Rolle Quay near Barnstaple, going into direct competition with his former employer.

A trio of Baron green glazed dogs with glass eyes – #barnstaple #ndevon #baronpottery #dogs #ceramics

A pack of Baron green glazed dogs with glass eyes. Each priced at £220 including UK  postage. All 3 for £550.

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UK Postage and Packaging £10.00

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Baron Pottery was founded by William Leonard Baron, who was born in Sidmouth, Devon, in 1863. He studied at Lambeth School of Art, his first job was at Doulton in Lambeth in the early 1880s. Around 1884 he moved to Barnstaple to work at the North Devon, Brannam Pottery company, continuing his studies at Barnstaple School of Art.

In the 1890’s he branched out on his own, setting up Baron Pottery at Rolle Quay near Barnstaple, going into direct competition with his former employer.

Baron of Barnstaple – jardiniere, blue glaze with flying birds and flowering boughs

A beautiful Baron Barnstaple jardiniere incised under heavy glaze. Standing 9 inches high and 12 inch circumference. Decorated in a light blue glaze with flying birds and flowering boughs.

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Price £550

Postage and Packaging £10.00

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CH Brannam Barum (Barnstaple) double, twisted handled vase – 123

A very impressive CH Brannam Barum (Barnstaple) double, twisted handled vases standing 17 inches high. Incised with the date 1892, the initials WB, William Baron, and the number 123. Decorated in greens and browns with a fish among seaweed and with air bubbles rising.

Highly collectable.

Price £450

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Postage and Packaging £10.00

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