James Dewdney for Brannam pottery Pottery vase, twisted handles, incised peacock and flower decoration incised initials, date and factory mark to base 45cm high. A large early 20th Century C. A collection of studio pottery wares including four Mulcheney Leach pottery single handled bowls, three further similar Winchcombe pottery bowls, a Sarreguemines type jug in the form of a baboon, 20cm tall, a Hungarian green ground jug, a Brannam blue ground jug, a 19th century majolica sardine dish and cover. Include plurals. Brannam, Barum, North Devon earthenware baluster vase with yellow, blue and green drip glaze, impressed marks, height 15cm. A large C. Fine wares continued to be produced well into the twentieth century, but after C H Brannam's death in the emphasis moved away from art pottery back towards plainer domestic wares.
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The company's collection of ceramic works was purchased by the Museum of Barnstaple and North Devon with the help of the Art Fund.
Retrieved 3 July A collection of C. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Also with a dated Brannam vase, with twisted handles and a raised design on 3 panels, signed and dated underneath for some damagesand a small Art Pottery vase. Charles won a prize for art at school and also won the Queen's Prize for Drawing in Select year range.