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WILLIAM DE MORGAN (1836-1917)  PERSIAN CERAMIC
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WILLIAM DE MORGAN (1836-1917) PERSIAN CERAMIC BOWL, CIRCA 1890 of deep circular form, decorated by Joe Juster to the exterior with curled fronds, flowers... [this item is NOT for sale]


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  • WILLIAM DE MORGAN (1839-1917) THREE PERSIAN
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  • William De Morgan (British, 1839-1917)A Persian
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  • WILLIAM DE MORGAN (1839-1917) TWO 'PERSIAN
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  • Kenneth Clark (1922-2012)Two Persian flower
    tiles, in blue and green colour way, after designs by William De Morgan, each 23 x 23cm, one framed (2).These large reproduction William De Morgan tiles were produced for ... [more like this]
  • WILLIAM DE MORGAN (1836-1917) PERSIAN CERAMIC
    BOWL, CIRCA 1890 of deep circular form, decorated by Joe Juster to the exterior with curled fronds, flowers and leaves and to the interior with a circular panel of tulip ... [more like this]
  • WILLIAM DE MORGAN Bottle-shaped bud vase
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  • William De Morgan Earthenware Alms Dish,
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  • William De Morgan Decorated Earthenware Vase,
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  • WILLIAM DE MORGAN RUBY LUSTRE VASE, EARLY
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  • A William De Morgan Merton Abbey Persian
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