Tall pottery beaker by Lauder, Barum
Lauder, Barum (Barnstaple) 4 3/4 inches high pottery beaker inscribed:
‘If you cant be aisy
Beas aisey as you can’
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Postage and Packaging £10.00
Alexander Lauder was born in 1836. He became the head tutor at Barnstaple School of Art where Charles Hubert Brannam was a pupil. At the age of forty he founded Lauder and Smith with his brother in law W.O. Smith, a factory close to Barnstaple in North Devon. The company made bricks, tiles and terracotta pots, and experimented with art pottery.