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~~~~~ MALING POTTERY LUSTRE VASE ~~~~~
This is an amazingly beautiful VASE !!!!!!!!!!!
C.T Maling & Sons
1890 - 1963
This pattern 6565 (???) made between 1950 - 1955.
Maling Pottery Pattern: Embossed blossom bough, rose.
Made in England.
Condition is reasonably good.
The Vase does have some crazing.
Gilting on the rim has wear.
~~~ Vase Diameter top 8cm = middle 13cm = base 7,5cm x 22cm high ~~~
Maling pottery was produced, first in Sunderland and later in Newcastle upon Tyne, from 1762 to 1963. Initially, there is little to distinguish Maling ware from that of any other local factory in north east England.
However, the discovery of a way to make marmalade jars and other containers by machine brought significant income. (Customers included Keillers marmalade and Ringtons tea.) This allowed the opportunity to expand the production of decorated wares.
As an example, china was imported from Staffordshire and Limoges. This china was then decorated in Newcastle and sold on under the Maling name.
In the early 20th century, the pottery also used the trade name of "Cetem" (a phonetic spelling of the initials CTM - CT Maling & Sons).
Later, the production of elaborate lustred wares, under the guidance of Art Director Lucien Boullemier, prompted the pottery to adopt the advertising slogan of: "the Trademark of Excellence". Today's collectors agree that the best of Maling's wares can easily stand comparison with the products of their more famous contemporaries.