Read More A superb medium-sized Doulton Lambeth vase by the great designer Eliza Simmance, in mint condition, dating from the end of the 19th century. TO VIEW SIMILAR ITEMS THAT ARE FOR SALE, PLEASE CLICK ON THE BUTTONS THAT ARE LOCATED AT THE TOP LEFT OF THIS PAGE Read More This mint condition sweet little Doulton Lambeth 5.5in vase is uncharacteristically lively in colour for an item from the 1870s; the cobalt blue is normal, but a cream background is somewhat unusual.With a pattern very precisely incised and with glaze very carefully applied, this vase may be small but it is 'exquisitely formed'.

Wood engraving is a form of relief printing and is not covered in this article.

Engraving was a historically important method of producing images on paper in artistic printmaking, in mapmaking, and also for commercial reproductions and illustrations for books and magazines.

Read More A small (5.5") Doulton Lambeth stoneware jug by Elizabeth Atkins with floral tubelined decoration - 8058. TO VIEW SIMILAR ITEMS THAT ARE FOR SALE, PLEASE CLICK ON THE BUTTONS THAT ARE LOCATED AT THE TOP LEFT OF THIS PAGE Read More A small globular Doulton Lambeth vase/pot with daisy decoration dated 1879. TO VIEW SIMILAR ITEMS THAT ARE FOR SALE, PLEASE CLICK ON THE BUTTONS THAT ARE LOCATED AT THE TOP LEFT OF THIS PAGE Read More A sparkling pair of Doulton Lambeth 9" (22.5cm) vases with typical mosaic and 'cracked ice' decoration by Eliza Simmance in excellent condition. FOR SIMILAR ITEMS FOR SALE, PLEASE CLICK ON THE BUTTONE ON THE TOP LEFT OF YOUR SCREEN.

Read More An early (1879) 7" Doulton Lambeth stoneware vase in superb condition signed by both designer (Bessie Youatt) and ceramic artist (Alice Groom). TO VIEW SIMILAR ITEMS THAT ARE FOR SALE, PLEASE CLICK ON THE BUTTONS THAT ARE LOCATED AT THE TOP LEFT OF THIS PAGE Read More This Doulton Lambeth Siliconware 7.75" (19cm) vase is typical of the work of Eliza Simmance; it contains the three usual elements of her Siliconware vases, mosaic tiles, 'cracked ice' background and gilding on the main body of the vase. The grey coloured vases are much rarer than the more frequent red clay vases. FOR SIMILAR ITEMS FOR SALE, PLEASE CLICK ON THE BUTTONE ON THE TOP LEFT OF YOUR SCREEN.

Lager style beer has increased considerably in popularity since the mid 20th century.

Other modern developments include consolidation of large brewers into multinational corporations; growth of beer consumerism; expansion of microbreweries and increased interest in bottle conditioned beers.They reveal the garrison at Vindolanda buying ceruese, or beer, as the legions doubtless did throughout the rest of Roman Britain, almost certainly from brewers in the local area." "One list of accounts from Vindolanda mentions Atrectus the brewer (Atrectus cervesarius), the first named brewer in British history, as well as the first known professional brewer in Britain.The accounts also show purchases of bracis or braces, that is, emmer wheat (or malt), doubtless for brewing.English beer styles include bitter, mild, brown ale and old ale.Stout, porter and India Pale Ale were also originally brewed in London.An opportunity to acquire a pretty and mint condition Doulton Lambeth vase by a sought-after designer, who had a small output.