Martin Brothers Pottery - Bud Vase. Incised, Painted & Glazed Stoneware. Southall, Middlesex, England. Circa 1904.

Martin Brothers Pottery - Bud Vase. Incised, Painted & Glazed Stoneware. Southall, Middlesex, England. Circa 1904.

Decorated by Edwin Martin late 1800s  The Martin Brothers Stoneware Pottery 1873 - 1915

Decorated by Edwin Martin late 1800s The Martin Brothers Stoneware Pottery 1873 - 1915

Very Large Martin Brothers Tobacco Jar / Wally Bird with detachable head modeled as a grotesque bird with "Quiff". In good unrestored condition with firing cracks from the time of manufacture to base. More images available on request.  Dated: 1903  Dimensions: 16.00" high

Very Large Martin Brothers Tobacco Jar / Wally Bird with detachable head modeled as a grotesque bird with "Quiff". In good unrestored condition with firing cracks from the time of manufacture to base. More images available on request. Dated: 1903 Dimensions: 16.00" high

1878 Covered jar   Edwin was the decorator and Walter threw the pots Martin Brothers Stoneware Pottery 1873 - 1915

1878 Covered jar Edwin was the decorator and Walter threw the pots Martin Brothers Stoneware Pottery 1873 - 1915

1891 A  Vase. Edwin was the decorator and Walter threw the pots. Martin Brothers Stoneware Pottery 1873 - 1915

1891 A Vase. Edwin was the decorator and Walter threw the pots. Martin Brothers Stoneware Pottery 1873 - 1915

Martin Brothers Stoneware Pottery  http://www.nytimes.com/1981/11/01/arts/antiques-the-haunted-world-of-the-martin-brothers.html

Martin Brothers Stoneware Pottery http://www.nytimes.com/1981/11/01/arts/antiques-the-haunted-world-of-the-martin-brothers.html

Robert Wallace Martin (1843-24) and his brothers Walter (1857-1912) and Edwin (1860-1915) were amongst the first ‘artist-potters’ of the late nineteenth century. They designed, made and decorated their own ornamental salt-glazed stoneware, originally using facilities at C.J.C.Bailey’s Fulham Pottery and, briefly, at Shepherd’s Bush. In 1877, they opened their own pottery at Southall, Middlesex, and by 1882 were producing some 5,000 pieces a year.

Robert Wallace Martin (1843-24) and his brothers Walter (1857-1912) and Edwin (1860-1915) were amongst the first ‘artist-potters’ of the late nineteenth century. They designed, made and decorated their own ornamental salt-glazed stoneware, originally using facilities at C.J.C.Bailey’s Fulham Pottery and, briefly, at Shepherd’s Bush. In 1877, they opened their own pottery at Southall, Middlesex, and by 1882 were producing some 5,000 pieces a year.

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