Stunning Royal Lancastrian Heraldic Lustre vase by William Mycock (1920) with blue lustre ground and silvered English rose, leaf and crown decoration across all 4 panels. Each panel is separated by a stylised silver conifer and contains a different heraldic shield in red ground; in sequential order they include a rampant eagle, cross patonce with 4 birds, a rampant lion and a triple crown. The rim and base of the vase are decorated with scrolling leaf forms. Gilded William Mycock signature with 1920 date stamp and impressed mark “Royal Lancastrian England”. The shape stamp is difficult to read but looks like 3340.
Excellent condition – superficial scratches to the base of the vase, tiny chip to inner base rim which does not extend to front surface and therefore is not visible unless the vase is turned upside down.
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