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Frank Brangwyn:
Three Decanters, c. 1930

Framed (ref: 1315)
Inscribed
Pencil, pen and wash, 16 x 20 in. (40.6 x 50.8 cm.)

Tags: design



Provenance: Edgar Peacock


Exhibited: A Mission to Decorate Life, The Fine Art Society, London, April 2006, no. 185
Literature: Literature: Horner, A Mission to Decorate Life, p. 184.

Brangwyn’s designs for glassware, probably dated circa 1929-30, included tumblers,  wine glasses,  fruit bowls and decanters. Four designs forwine glasses, two decanters with stopper, a plain jug with cover and aclaret jug were produced by James Powell & Sons (Whitefriars) for the 1930 Pollard exhibition. Unfortunately no pieces are known to have survived, but since the glass is not marked or signed in any way, it may bepossible that Brangwyn glassware exists but has not been recognized as such, or may have been attributed to Philip Webb or Thomas GrahamJackson, whose designs Brangwyn emulated.
This rare original drawing, along with a small group left by Brangwyn to his house keeper Lizzie Peacock, remain the only documentary evidence of Brangwyns collaboration with Powell.


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