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Art Pottery, Art Deco and Decorative Art Ceramics > Sampson Hancock

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Sampson Hancock & Sons of Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire were another famous Staffordshire Pottery who, for a short period between 1912-1937, produced High Glaze, Rich Art Pottery to directly compete with and mimic the highly priced Mooorcroft Wares. Under the guidance of the then Art Director, F.X. Abrahams, they introduced their Rubens and Titian Ware designs which were named after the French Secessionist Artists. Sadly, the factory closed in 1937 but the wares have since become increasingly popular with collectors of Art Pottery of this period. Examples of Abrahams Pomegranate designs are currently housed in our very own Potteries Museum here in Staffordshire.

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 180wlv: Sampson Hancock Water Lily Ewer by Molly Hancock

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Sampson Hancock Water Lily Ewer by Molly Hancock This is simply Breathtaking. Not just in the hand painted colours and design but also condition which belies it's manufacture in the 1930s shortly before the factory's closure.

Sampson Hancock Coronaware Tall Ewer in the stunning Water Lily design by Molly Hancock.
Standing approximately 8.1/2 inches tall the item is a perect example of the fabulous hand painted colours of the Staffordshire Art Pottery producers of the 1920s-1930s.
Quite Simply and outstanding piece from the Art Deco period.

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Manufacturer: Sampson Hancock  

Full Price: $600.00
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 13199mwv: Sampson Hancock Morrisware Vase by George Cartlidge

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Sampson Hancock Morrisware Vase by George Cartlidge Wonderful and extremely rare Morrisware Vase designed by George Cartlidge whilst working for the Sampson Hancock factory between 1918-26.
Cartlidge's designs of tubelined, Naturalistic flowers, and very much in an Arts and Crafts style, are well reflected in this piece which is adorned by three Tulips around the whole 360 degrees of the Vase.

Condition:
On receiving this vase it had a very small 1/4 of an inch hairline at the rim which appeared very much like a crazing line, but could be felt with the finger. I have since had this hairlined sealed by a local, Staffordshire restorer and it is no longer visible.
As such the Vase is to all intents and purposes appears in excellent condition with no further damage and only minor, age associated crazing.
The restoration, although excellent, is reflected in the price of a very valuable and collectable item.

Dimensions:
7.75 inches tall.
3.5 inches diameter at base.

MAXIMUM Air mail shipping of $25.00 dependant on destination. Tracking and insurance for LOSS or NON-DELIVERY is available for a further $10.00.
Manufacturer: Sampson Hancock  

Full Price: $1295.00
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