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Spill vase

Spill vase

  • Place of origin:

    Lane End (made)

  • Date:

    first half of 19th century (made)

  • Artist/Maker:

    Mayer and Newbold (manufacturer)

  • Materials and Techniques:

    Porcelain painted in enamels and gilt

  • Credit Line:

    Transferred from the Museum of Practical Geology, Jermyn Street

  • Museum number:


  • Gallery location:

    Ceramics, Room 139, The Curtain Foundation Gallery, case 17, shelf 1

Physical description

Spill vase of porcelain, painted in enamel colours and decorated with gilding. Nearly cylindrical expanding at the top, painted with a landscape in a square panel, and a flower in a smaller lozenge-shaped panel, on a dark blue ground decorated with gilt scrolls.

Place of Origin

Lane End (made)


first half of 19th century (made)


Mayer and Newbold (manufacturer)

Materials and Techniques

Porcelain painted in enamels and gilt

Marks and inscriptions

'M & N 264'
In red


Height: 11.1 cm, Diameter: 9.2 cm

Descriptive line

Spill vase, porcelain painted in enamels and gilt, made by Mayer and Newbold, Lane End, Staffordshire, first half of 19th century




Painted; Gilt

Subjects depicted

Lozenges; Landscapes; Scrolls (motifs)


Ceramics; Porcelain


Ceramics Collection

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