Royal Doulton Bursleim porcelain jug pitcher "Falconry", early 1900s

Date Created: 22 December 2017

Author: Doulton Bursleim

Source: The Internet

Owner: Royal Doulton Bursleim

Location: England

Link to: Website

  • United Kingdom
  • Falcon
  • Artwork
  • Painting
  • Sculpture
  • 20th Century
  • Hunting
  • Training
Back to search results...

Royal Doulton Bursleim "Falconry" porcelain jug pitcher "Falconry", 1913.

Arts and Crafts era polychromatic transferware porcelain jug. Two men and a woman on horseback follow a falcon (on the back of the jug). All wear Renaissance period clothing colorized in green and burgundy. A peasant with his sheep assists at the scene, and English buildings and castles are on the background. Border has beautiful scrolls, crosses, and stripes in shades of cobalt blue.

Very hard to find.

Base marks: Royal Doulton Bursleim - "Falconry" - England. Handwritten: D 3694? Not very clear - see picture. (D numbers were produced between 1899 and 1934).

H: 7.3 inches (18.7 cm) Base: 5.3 x 4.3 inches (13.5 x 11 cm)

Very good antique condition, small unnoticeable chip on the spout (please see picture).

Purchased in: England.

About Us

The FHT aims to establish a portal for the world's falconers and other interested parties to access aspects of the sport's rich heritage by linking existing physical archives, including international private and public collections, through the medium of an electronic archive. This archive will feature falconry furniture, works of art, books, correspondence from leading falconers and film and photographic material for the education and interest of falconer and scholar alike. We hope that, whatever your background or interest in our sport, you may find something of value through our archive to deepen your knowledge, understanding and passion for falconry and will help us, through your support, to preserve this precious cultural heritage for future generations.

Write To Us

Falconry Heritage Trust
P.O.Box 19
SA33 5YL

Speak To Us

Phone: within the UK (01267) 233864
and from abroad +44 1267 233864
Fax: within the UK (01267) 233864

Contact Us