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China plate

Plate from a part set of painted china tea service. Green/yellow lustre glaze over painted flower pattern on white china blanks. It suffered damage in the fire in The Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School of Art on 23rd May 2014, and has since undergone conservation.

Macbeth, Ann

Open, lugged ginger jar

Ginger jar without a lid. Handpainted green leaves around the mouth and a yellow design around the body. Two small handles on either side. Signed "AMcB" on the bottom. Ginger jars were initially used to store and transport spices and have been used as decorative items. Similar in shape to a Mary Fairgrieve two-handled pot - possibly a large sugar basin - decorated with a typical Glasgow School design that is featured in the Scottish Pottery 25th Historical Review 2013.

Macbeth, Ann

Pot with lid

Pot: Yellow lustre glaze on white blank. Lustre glaze covers body of pot. Handpainted green and brown band of flowers around the rim of the pot with a brown handle. 'W    Gep.L.Ashworth Bros. Ltd Hanley England 1917' stamped on the bottom. Lid: Yellow lustre glaze on white blank with brown knob on top. Handpainted green and brown band of flowers around the edge the lid with a small opening for a spoon.

Macbeth, Ann

Shallow bowl

Shallow bowl with green/yellow lustre glaze. Hand-painted band of green leaves and blue buds around the mouth. 'Macintyre & Burslem England' stamp on bottom.

Macbeth, Ann

Teapot from tea service

This teapot forms part of a painted china tea service, and is paired with NMC/0233L . Orange lustre-glaze, and flower paintings on a white china blank. Initialled by the artist on the base.

Macbeth, Ann

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