Early Royal Worcester pierced rim vase, pheasant by Stinton, 1904
Early Royal Worcester pear shaped vase with flared pieced rim, well painted by James Stinton, the lower section with flower petal moulding and gilt rope twist foot ring.
Marked Royal Worcester, RdNo 382447, also G1061
Signed ‘JAS Stinton’ for James Stinton
James Stinton was son of well known Worcester artist John, and his brother John junior all of who painted birds. James came to work at the Royal Worcester factory when Grainger Worcester was taken over in 1902, making this a very early example of his work at Royal Worcester.
James also painted watercolours of this same subject