These are a few of the two dozen or so marks used by the factory from the s onwards. Some variations are noted in the captions. In brief, your piece may be marked “England” rather than “Made in England”, or it may say “Newcastle” rather than “Newcastle-on-Tyne”. Don’t be worried. If it says “Maling”, then it probably is. Impressed mark used after the factory moved to Newcastle in
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Maling of Newcastle upon Tyne to take charge of their decorating department. Until he had been engaged in painting quite high class porcelain, and he.
Lucien Emile Boullemier — 9 January was an English footballer and ceramic designer. He was the younger brother of Leon Boullemier , also an accomplished sportsman. The son of the French-born ceramic artist Antonin Boullemier,  who had moved to Stoke in to work as a decorator at Minton’s factory, Lucien Boullemier worked as a ceramic artist and painter.
He played in seven First Division matches for the “Potters” during the —97 season. His art career seemingly not taking off in the way he had envisaged, he returned to England in and joined Northampton Town ; in November he made an unsuccessful comeback at Port Vale, where he played just one league game. Maling of Newcastle upon Tyne to take charge of their decorating department. Until he had been engaged in painting quite high-class porcelain, and he introduced a range of more glamorous designs into the mass-market Maling range, using gold printing techniques and lustred surfaces.
In he was joined at the company by his son, Lucien George. Three years later, he left to work for the New Hall Pottery Company in Staffordshire , where he produced a range called “Boumier Ware”, each piece of which carried his facsimile signature.
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But first the plaque. The North East Coast Exhibition, which took place in what is now known as Exhibition Park from May to October , attracted over four million visitors. For the Maling company, in particular, it was a chance to finally shake off its old image as a mere producer of jam jars. And so the company produced a wide range of souvenirs to be sold at the event both on its own stand shared with Townsend, a retail company and for the famous Heaton tea company, Ringtons.
The plaque above is from a private collection but you can see one in the Laing Art Gallery. Antonin studied ceramic painting in Paris at various decorating establishments. Antonin went to work at Mintons in Staffordshire, where his work received many royal commissions and was exhibited all over the world. They were later joined by Antonin junior, Henri, Leonie and Jeanne.
Another three children died very young. Like his father and grandfather before him, Lucien was destined to be a ceramic artist but first he had a general art education, which was to serve him well. His painting of George Howson , owner of a sanitary ware company, now in the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery, dates from He played seven games for Stoke and for Burslem Port Vale, among them a famous cup tie.
Blue Transferware: Flow Blue, Ironstone, Blue Willow, Staffordshire
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If it says “Maling”, then it probably is. There is information on Coronet Ware and Boumier Ware at the bottom of the page. Impressed mark used after the factory.
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And in fact a 3rd pottery, page , just for Sunderland verses, available here. And in the next image below at that link in a print dating from (thank you Douglas!) that Maling Pottery was located on the north side of the River Wear.
Two rare and unusual Urbino style circular tapered vases with raised figures of Perseus holding the Gorgans head, Andromeda tied to a rock and the sea monster all in relief, modelled by Norman Carling and decorated by Lucien Boullenleir, one marked “Maling England” the other unmarked, ,in. Bell Tyneside Pottery front cover and illustration page See illustration and colour on front cover E Maling Commercial Ware.
Maling pottery footbath, 20th Century, large oval form with gadrooned border and two gilded rams head handles, decorated with polychrome floral print against a moulded acanthus pink glazed base and foot, printed marks restored , 24ins. Maling, printed in black with a scene of two dancing Negroes entitled’Jim a long Josey’ and inscribed with verse ”Me’s de Nigger dat likes to dance, Me’s de Nigger dat likes to sing, Me’s de Nigger dat Uses de Lance, Me’s de Nigger does Ehrr sic ting”.
The reverse with impressed mark, circa , mm diameter Illustrated. A Maling Pottery Dragon vase, pattern , printed in colours on a blue lustre ground, highlighted in gilt, a Maling vase decorated with butterflies and flowers pattern , another vase and a collection of Maling items printed and painted marks, Printed marks to underside. Number D A Maling for Ringtons Bridges pattern tea caddy lacking lid , a Beswick dark brown horse, a Radford hand painted jug, several Royal Copenhagen blue and white plates, a Grays pottery ash tray decorated with an all over floral pattern, a Wedgwood blue and white jasper ware humidor an.
A Maling Pottery Plate, with tubeline decoration depicting tulips on a blue ground. Printed black mark. A Moorcroft Pottery Leaf and Berry pattern green ground small vase, circa , impressed factory marks with facsimile signature to base, height approx 8cm, together with a small group of ceramics, including a pair of 20th Century Wedgwood black basalt candlesticks and a Maling lustre bowl. A Maling Pottery lustre vase pattern no.
I love red transferware. I haven’t found any Masons Vista for years. Your collection is stunning. Thank you for sharing some of your red transferware. Wow Nancy!
There are lots that match your search criteria. Subscribe now to get instant access to the full price guide service. Various silver plated ware, etc. Wedgwood Clio patterned trinket box with matching dish and vase, Maling lustre Peony Rose two handled bowl, Herend trinket box with cover and matching saucers, together with other lustre and decorative china.
Box of china to include; Maling pedestal bowls, Gaudy Welsh two handled lidded sucrier, Japanese cabinet cup and saucer etc. Collection of glass, china including teaware, Maling bowl, silver plate, brass, vintage suitcases, etc. Maling and Carlton ware bowls, an Arabian pattern vase, Radford posy bowl, Myott jug, Sylvac vase etc.
A collection of early 20th Century lustre ware, comprising a Crown Devon Fieldings ‘Rouge Royale’ fruit bowl, numbered to base ‘A’, Decorative Ceramics – Maling, commemorative loving cups; Royal Worcester Millennium bowl; mottoware; etc qty. A collection of glass paperweights to include Nybro paperweight of a Nordic longboat, a stylised chick paperweight, Caithness style paperweight with orange swirl, a Maling ware lidded biscuit jar depicting various castles including Durham, Warkworth ,Brangereth,Newcastle, Bamburgh and Rington’s Tea Offices to base, approx A Maling printware vase, decorated with a landscape scene, 56cm; and a collection of blue and white ware.
A variety of ceramics including lustre ware such as Maling wall mounted vase, New Hall vase in green, and large Mintons bowl having cockerel to centre, also included are two Royal Doulton plates, and one Wedgewood plate amongst other items. A collection of Copeland’s blue and white Italian pattern table wares and a Maling blue and white Willow pattern teapot, 5.
A pair of Maling North East Coast Exhibition oval dishes, together with a caddy ‘Watson’s toffee works’ tankard and a copper warming pot.