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£35

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£5


Characteristics

SylvaC was founded in 1894 in Longton, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire. SylvaC items are often described as being a combination of pottery and sculpting, taking pottery beyond utilitarian use to produce items which are both decorative and functional. The styling of SylvaC goods is distinctively early twentieth century/Art Deco, often infused with a lively sense of humour.

This item likely dates from the 1940s or 1950s due to the impressed mark with model number (4751) on the base.

Technical Information

Date: 20th century
Height: 12cm
Width: 13cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£5


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A late 19th century hand painted box decorated with peacocks. Largely in good condition, the lid has a superficial crack of c. 7cm to the left hand side and a few other minor scratches, and the silk lining has worn in places, as can be seen in the images. Structurally sound.

Technical Information

Date: 19th century
Height: 12cm
Width: 21cm

Length: 26cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£5


Characteristics

SylvaC was founded in 1894 in Longton, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire. SylvaC items are often described as being a combination of pottery and sculpting, taking pottery beyond utilitarian use to produce items which are both decorative and functional. The styling of SylvaC goods is distinctively early twentieth century/Art Deco, often infused with a lively sense of humour.

This item likely dates from the 1940s or 1950s due to the impressed mark with model number (5126) on the base. Two available.

Technical Information

Date: 20th century
Height: 10cm
Width: 10cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£5


Characteristics

SylvaC was founded in 1894 in Longton, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire. SylvaC items are often described as being a combination of pottery and sculpting, taking pottery beyond utilitarian use to produce items which are both decorative and functional. The styling of SylvaC goods is distinctively early twentieth century/Art Deco, often infused with a lively sense of humour.

This item likely dates from the 1940s or 1950s due to the impressed mark with model number (4754) on the base.

Technical Information

Date: 20th century
Height: 12.5cm
Width: 13cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£5


Characteristics

A late 19th century/early 20th century pottery slipware jug, of bellied form with a looping handle, decorated with white trailing on a dark brown glaze. A small chip in the leading edge of the lip.

Technical Information

Date: 19th/20th century
Height: 22 cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£5


Characteristics

SylvaC was founded in 1894 in Longton, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire. SylvaC items are often described as being a combination of pottery and sculpting, taking pottery beyond utilitarian use to produce items which are both decorative and functional. The styling of SylvaC goods is distinctively early twentieth century/Art Deco, often infused with a lively sense of humour.

This item likely dates from the 1940s or 1950s due to the impressed mark with model number (4756) on base. Two available.

Technical Information

Date: 20th century
Height: 10cm
Width: 14cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£5


Characteristics

SylvaC was founded in 1894 in Longton, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire. SylvaC items are often described as being a combination of pottery and sculpting, taking pottery beyond utilitarian use to produce items which are both decorative and functional. The styling of SylvaC goods is distinctively early twentieth century/Art Deco, often infused with a lively sense of humour.

These likely date from the 1940s or 1950s due to the impressed mark with model numbers 5286, 5242 and 4906 on the bases.

Technical Information

Date: 20th century
Height: 15.5cm and smaller
Width: 11cm and smaller

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

Celery

£30

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Characteristics

A vase of celery design in the style of SylvaC. 

Technical Information

Date: 20th century
Height: 21cm
Width: 10cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£5


Characteristics

SylvaC was founded in 1894 in Longton, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire. SylvaC items are often described as being a combination of pottery and sculpting, taking pottery beyond utilitarian use to produce items which are both decorative and functional. The styling of SylvaC goods is distinctively early twentieth century/Art Deco, often infused with a lively sense of humour.

This item likely dates from the 1940s or 1950s due to the impressed mark with model number (5548) on base.

Technical Information

Date: 20th century
Height: 14.5cm
Width: 9cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£25


Characteristics

SylvaC was founded in 1894 in Longton, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire. SylvaC items are often described as being a combination of pottery and sculpting, taking pottery beyond utilitarian use to produce items which are both decorative and functional. The styling of SylvaC goods is distinctively early twentieth century/Art Deco, often infused with a lively sense of humour.

This item likely dates from the 1940s or 1950s due to the impressed mark with model number (5548) on the base.

Technical Information

Date: 20th century
Height: 14.5cm
Width: 9cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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