A Rare Vase By Hugh ( Ugolin ) Allan, made at his Allander Pottery in Milgavie , Glasgow, Signed and dated 1906. Wonderful colours , Turqoise, heather Purple, and Deep Blue. HT. 10.5 ". Dia widest, 6 ".
Detail of Peacock herl Glaze and Markings.
A Zoo Pottery plate. Miles Johnson.
A Miniature vase , Holyrood Pottery Edinburgh. Wyse.
Possibly an early Hugh Allan vase from Allander pottery ?
A Pottery bust of an African man, in typical mustard yellow glaze of the Arts and Crafts era.
A Scottish Lady artist vase, painted on a Lady Eva Blank from Methvens Fife pottery. Signed with M.A.L. monogram.
A Small plate painted by Dolly Watson, sister - in law to Elizabeth Amour of the Bough Pottery, this plate is mark DW Leaf , dated 1923 ( XXIII )
A Large dish painted with different fruits, the reverse with leaves, mark CMD, and a leaf, possibly related to Dolly Watson and Elizabeth Amour ?
Toby Jug , marked " Bough Pottery Scotland ", painted initials, E A .for Elizabeth Amour Toby Jug , Similar to Bough, signed Griz Reid , Scottish probably painted at Bough studio
Fife Pottery Toby.
Large Tyg , painted and signed by Dolly Watson, sister in law to Eliz Amour most probably done at Bough Studio in Edinburgh. Dated 1920.Mark DW LEAF xx. Thanks to Heather Jack for the information.
Two pieces in the Arts and Crafts style, though from a later period , by Strathpeffer artist Morven Mcleod , painted with her trademark Celtic motifs.
Arts and Crafts box and paper knife, symbols to the number 7