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A PAIR OF ROYAL DOULTON STONEWARE VASES of tapering form with piped Art Nouveau stylised leaf and flower head design, mottled blue/green ground, embossed and incised marks to base, c.1910, 25cm high
Picture 3 show the monogram C.A with the Royal Doulton stamp, C.A stand for Christine Abbot " Christine Abbott is one of a large group of Artists, who must have worked at Doultons for some long time, and who are best known for what they produced.
Picture 4 show the monogram M.B with Royal Doulton stamp, M.B stand for Maud Bowden " Maud Bowden was one of the many long-serving Doulton Lambeth assistants - starting in 1903 when the elaborate designs of the Victorian period changed into more simple tube-lined designs. She worked at Royal Doulton until 1937, when the Art Nouveau and Art Deco styles were in decline. She was well regarded as a Senior Assistant - assisting Doulton artists as well as making her own pieces.