Exceptional Doulton Lambeth stoneware pitcher. 7 ¼” high, 5” diameter at widest point. Circa 1890 – 1910. Per Jerry Sprung’s book, Decorative Golf Collectibles, "…Doulton’s stoneware vessels were made at Lambeth … in art nouveau style relief." This pitcher is very unusual in that it has three scenes – one on each side and one on the front – most only have the two side scenes. Wonderful art nouveau design and colors. Fully marked on the bottom. Excellent condition – the brown toning in the golfing scenes is very common in Lambeth pieces. No chips, cracks or repairs. Some firing flaws noted on the base. These are very desirable pieces that show nicely.