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An English stoneware garden urn on pedestal,

in the Gothic taste, c.1845-80, by James Pulham,

£2,800

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An English stoneware garden urn on pedestal,

in the Gothic taste, c.1845-80, by James Pulham,

the octagonal section vase with an everted rim and cast to the body with blind trefoils, above a knopped socle foot and plinth, the square section pedestal cast with blind quatrefoils to each face, the plinth bearing the maker's stamp "PULHAM, TERRA COTTA, BROXBOURNE, HERT"

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Dimensions: 122cm (48") High, 54cm (21¼") Wide
Stock code: 42685
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James Pulham 1820-98 took on the running of his father's casting business in 1838 and moved it from Tottenham to Broxbourne by around 1843. The firm specialised in the production of cement-based artificial stone as well as the clay-based artificial stone seen here. Pulham senior had learned his trade at Eleanor Coade's works in Lambeth. LASSCO offer a composition stone replica model of this urn and pedestal.

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