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Martin Brothers

 (19/20th century)
Martin Brothers was active/lived in England.  Martin Brothers is known for collaborative ceramic sculpture.

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The Martin Brothers were pottery manufacturers in London who are considered to represent the transition from decorative Victorian ceramics to twentieth century studio pottery in England.

The four brothers (Wallace, Walter, Charles and Edwin) produced a distinctive type of stoneware pottery from the 1870s through to the First World War, with a little work being produced through to 1923 when their pottery closed.  The Martinware Pottery (1873-1923) is a good example of a Victorian art pottery, and (of most relevance in these pages) the output included both illustrative and sculptural work.  They were best known for their bird sculptures and bowls, vessels decorated with sea creatures, and tiles, fashioned in a whimsical but h   ...  Displaying 750 of 2594 characters.

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A GLAZED STONEWARE BIRD JAR, 1895
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Glazed stoneware bird tobacco jar
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