A William Moorcroft vase of tapering form with a flared foot and applied pewter neck decorated in the Eventide pattern with tubelined trees against an ochre and mottled red ground, impressed mark, height 11.5cm Page 27 in Moorcroft by Paul Atterbury shows a Tudric-Moorcroft catalogue page and notes that these pewter mounted vases were made by Haseler's for Liberty & Co and then sold to other retailers
Nicholas Davies - Director
Silver, Jewellery and Militaria
Over the last 30 years Nick has been involved within the Antique Trade. Founding Fieldings in 2001 the company has grown into a major provincial auction house. Nick has seen a wide variety of items during his career from a South Africa Rorke’s Drift Medal, which sold for £39,500 to the iconic Athena tennis dress and racket purchased by Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Club from Fieldings in 2015.