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Art Deco 'Orient' Coffee Pot by Crown Devon c.1932

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H: 20cm W: 17cm D: 10cm

An art deco Crown Devon Orient design coffee pot with 22ct gilt and enamelled decoration designed by Enoch Boulton.

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Designer Spotlight | Enoch Boulton

Enoch Boulton was a British ceramicist famous for his art deco designs. He started out as an apprentice at Grimwades. Part of the apprenticeship was studying at the Burslem School of Art. Around 1908 Boulten was employed at the Wiltshaw & Robinson factory where he worked his way up to a senior design position and went on to become the design manager in 1920. British pottery was late to the art deco scene and Boulton was inspired by the 1925 Exhibition des Arts Decoratifs in Paris. He later became the design chief of Carlton Ware and in 1929 became design chief at Crown Devon.

Boulton’s work has a strong aesthetic and has become very collectable, the most sought after being his modernist pieces with colourful glazes and geometric patterns.

Image: The Crown Devon stamp on the base of a vase designed by Enoch Boulton