Hancock and sons PAIR MORRISWARE VASES BY GEORGE CARTLIDGE C.1912

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A pair of Morrisware vase designed by George Cartlidge and manufactured by Hancock and sons around 1912. They are of a tapered cylindrical form and are decorated with Tulips on a pale ochre/green ground - Model number C7-28. GUARANTEED to be free from any form of damage or restoration they each measure 19.5cm in height and are fully marked to the underside.


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