It has a very unusual pattern of 3 triangles interlaced with three semi-circles. It is beautifully decorated with releif motifs/. On the back it has the undated impress mark of early Doulton which was only used between 1869 and 1872 which gives a very accurate date. The artist mark is that of Emily J Edwards who worked at Lambeth from 1871 to 1876. She was one of the first woman designers and decorators at Lambeth and Doulton expert Desmond Eyles describes her glowingly as ingenious.She died at an early age and her work if very rare and sought after (see photo of reference). The piece is in excellent condition with no visible damage and measures 8.5cm across (3.6) and is 3cm high (1.1). You can find similar pieces by other artists later (such as Eliza Simmance) but all have slightly different colours and decoration, This is very early for any Doulton salt glazed stoneware so an essential collectors item. The item "RARE Antique Doulton saltcellar 1872 artist E J Edwards, blue inner glaze" is in sale since Sunday, May 3, 2020. This item is in the category "Pottery, Porcelain & Glass\Stoneware\Doulton Lambeth".
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