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Archive Catalogue:

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Archived Catalogue from:

19th and 22nd May 2009

This is Lot Number 1

A rare and small Blanchard stoneware Royal Coat of Arms

Estimated Price:
£2,000 - £3,000

Hammer Price:
£1,500

circa 1870
the back signed in script M Blanchard
46cm.; 18ins high by 69cm.; 27ins wide

Mark Henry Blanchard served his apprenticeship with the Coade Company and around 1839 established his own manufactory in London. It is believed that in 1883 he moved his workshops to Bishops Waltham, to be nearer to the source of clay that he used. By the middle of the Century he had emerged as the leading manufacturer of terracotta in Britain, he was awarded prizes for his exhibit at the Great Exhibition of 1851. Amongst the many properties where his produce can be seen is the South Kensington Museum (now the Natural History Museum).
Normally the manufacturers stamp used by Blanchard stamp is in a typeface form, rather than this rarer script form

This is Lot Number 1

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