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Royal Doulton Flambe Rouge et Noir Vase Pair
By Royal Doulton
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Two Royal Doulton Flambe Rouge et Noir vases made in England during the 20th century. The vintage vases each bear Doulton shape number 1614 and are decorated with a high-fired glaze ...
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20th Century British Art Deco Vases

Materials

Ceramic

Large Red Flambe Art Deco Vase from Royal Doulton, circa 1930
By Royal Doulton, Charles Noke
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A large Royal Doulton flambé Art Deco vase, dating circa 1930. The English art pottery vase is enveloped in a high-fired flambé glaze of deep red shading to black and blue with fiery...
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Early 20th Century British Art Deco Vases

Materials

Ceramic

Large Royal Doulton Flambé Great Horned Owl Figurine
By Royal Doulton
Located in Montreal, QC
Wonderful Royal Doulton Flambé figurine of a great horned owl, perched, with its head cocked to the side. Richly colored lustrous glazes, running from deep red to deep blue. Approxim...
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Late 20th Century English Modern Animal Sculptures

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Ceramic

Pair of Antique English Flambe Doulton Lamps with Ormolu Mounts
By Royal Doulton
Located in Lambertville, NJ
Exceptional pair of English flambe glazed ormolu-mounted lamps. Made by Royal Doulton in the early 20th century, these rich red glazed lamps are hand-painted by the top decorator, Ch...
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Antique Early 1900s English Edwardian Table Lamps

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Ormolu

Vintage Set of Four Royal Doulton Veined Flambe Cabinet Vases
By Royal Doulton
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A vintage collection of four veined flambé cabinet vases by Royal Doulton of England, dating circa 1930s. The small art pottery vessels are perfectly sized to accompany an individual...
Category

20th Century British Art Deco Vases

Materials

Ceramic, Earthenware, Pottery

Pair of English Flambe Ormolu Mounted Lamps, circa 1910
By Royal Doulton, Charles Noke
Located in Lambertville, NJ
Exceptional pair of English flambe glazed ormolu-mounted lamps. Made by Royal Doulton in the early 20th century, these rich red glazed lamps are hand-painted by Charles Noke of the R...
Category

Early 20th Century English Edwardian Table Lamps

Materials

Ormolu

Pair of Royal Doulton 'Flambe' Vases
By Royal Doulton
Located in London, GB
A pair of Royal Doulton flambe vases. Dimensions refer to larger vase.
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Mid-20th Century English Mid-Century Modern Vases

Materials

Porcelain

  • Pair of Royal Doulton 'Flambe' Vases
  • Pair of Royal Doulton 'Flambe' Vases
  • Pair of Royal Doulton 'Flambe' Vases
  • Pair of Royal Doulton 'Flambe' Vases
H 11.03 in. W 4.73 in. D 4.73 in.
Pair of English Flambé Doulton Vases as Lamps
By Royal Doulton
Located in Lambertville, NJ
Exceptional pair of English flambe glazed ormolu-mounted lamps. Made by Royal Doulton in the early 20th century, these rich red glazed lamps are hand-painted by the top decorator, Ch...
Category

Vintage 1910s English Edwardian Table Lamps

Materials

Ormolu

Vintage Royal Doulton Art Deco Rouge et Noir Flambe Vase Trio
By Royal Doulton
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A vintage trio of Royal Doulton Flambé "Rouge et Noir" Art Deco vases made in England during the 20th century. These slender vessels are decorated with a high-fired glaze of deep, da...
Category

20th Century British Art Deco Vases

Materials

Ceramic

Large Red Flambé Art Deco Vase from Royal Doulton, circa 1930
By Royal Doulton, Charles Noke
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A large Royal Doulton flambé Art Deco vase, dating circa 1930. The English art pottery vase is enveloped in a high-fired flambé glaze of deep red shading to black and blue with fiery...
Category

Early 20th Century British Art Deco Vases

Materials

Ceramic

English Royal Doulton Flambe Art Deco Vase
By Royal Doulton
Located in Los Angeles, CA
An Art Deco flambé vase by Royal Doulton of England. The baluster form art pottery vase has a flaring rim and a high-fired glossy flambé glaze in shades of scarlet and dark red with ...
Category

20th Century British Art Deco Vases

Materials

Pottery, Earthenware, Ceramic

Royal Doulton Flambe Art Deco Vase Signed by Charles Noke
By Charles Noke, Royal Doulton
Located in Los Angeles, CA
An English Art Deco flambé vase by Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, circa 1920s-early 1930s. The art pottery vase has a high-fired glossy flambé glaze of deep, dark red shading to vio...
Category

Early 20th Century British Art Deco Vases

Materials

Ceramic, Earthenware

Harry Nixon Red Flambe Vase for Royal Doulton
By Harry Nixon, Royal Doulton
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A large English Art Deco era Royal Doulton flambé vase artist signed by Harry Nixon (1886 - 1955), circa 1930. The baluster form vessel has a high-fired flambé glaze of deep, dark re...
Category

20th Century English Art Deco Vases

Materials

Ceramic

Doulton Flambe For Sale on 1stDibs

Choose from an assortment of styles, material and more with respect to the doulton flambe you’re looking for at 1stDibs. Each doulton flambe for sale was constructed with extraordinary care, often using ceramic, porcelain and earthenware. Your living room may not be complete without a doulton flambe — find older editions for sale from the 20th Century and newer versions made as recently as the 20th Century. Each doulton flambe bearing Art Deco, Mid-Century Modern or Modern hallmarks is very popular.

How Much is a Doulton Flambe?

Prices for a doulton flambe can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — at 1stDibs, they begin at $350 and can go as high as $3,200, while the average can fetch as much as $795.

Royal Doulton Biography and Important Works

The redoubtable British ceramics maker Royal Doulton has long embraced popular tastes and enjoys a devoted following among aficionados of English pottery. Some are drawn to the company’s intricately decorated bone china dinner services; others are passionate collectors of Royal Doulton’s artfully hand-painted vases, bowls and figurines.

     When founded in 1815 in the Lambeth section of suburban London, Doulton & Co. produced bottles and other storage containers and even sewer pipes in stoneware, a cheap but durable cousin of porcelain. Amid the Victorian era’s rising concern for hygiene, food safety and sanitation, the company flourished. And in the late 1870s Doulton expanded its business into the applied arts.

     The firm took over a factory in Staffordshire, in northern England — the traditional home of British ceramics manufacturing — to produce tableware. Around the same time, Doulton opened an art-pottery studio in Lambeth, where vases, urns and other forms were decorated with painted scenic images, flowers or historical motifs. Taking a cue from the venerable Meissen porcelain workshops in Germany, Doulton artisans began crafting figurines modeled on characters from literature and theater. The firm also helped popularize Toby Jugs and other “character mugs” — handled cups shaped as the heads of figures from folklore and popular culture. King Edward VII granted the company the Royal Warrant in 1901.

     Royal Doulton china will always make an elegant yet not-too-formal appearance in a traditional table setting. Prices for dinner services vary according to size, age and condition, but generally range from $2,000 to $15,000. Royal Doulton art pottery might be used by some as a bright decorative note; others collect the company’s figurines with the same interest and dedication as stamp and coin enthusiasts. A typical Toby Jug might fetch $50, while very rare figurines can sell for $7,000. Most of the finest Royal Doulton art pottery pieces sell for around $500. As you will see on these pages, few decorative-arts companies are as aesthetically and stylistically diverse as Royal Doulton. The firm truly offers something for everyone.