Rare Pair Meux Pots by James Pulham

A pair of pretty, finely detailed mid 19th century original terracotta urns by James Pulham of Broxbourne, Hertfordshire. James Pulham, widely recognised as a master in his field, created and produced classic terracotta garden ornaments in the 1800’s – they achieved two Royal Warrants.

This is a very rare pair of terracotta Meux pots standing on their original, integral plinth. They are in excellent condition for their age and are beautifully weathered. Not stamped but feature in the Pulham catalogue as model number 171 English circa 1860.  The material used in James Pulham garden ‘stone’ was made of ‘Pulhamite’ stone, which was considered to be more superior for stonework, due to its durability, its opportunity to create more elegant pieces and its colour. Back in the James Pullham 1925 catalogue, the durability refers to the vases at Sandringham House which were places on the Terrace by King Edward VIII.

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Dimensions 31 × 75 cm

19th Century



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