A 19th Century Adam style urn on pedestal by James Pulham and Son with rams heads flanking the sides, swag and ribbon details across the vase along with a decorative rim interjected with flower carvings. Above the socle is a bay leaf pattern all set upon a matching pedestal.
James Pulham and Son was founded in the late 1700s by James Pulham and continued through four generations of James Pulham's until 1939. They were best known for construction, using natural stone and their own Pulhamite and terracotta to create follies, grottoes, rock gardens and garden ornaments. They were granted a Royal Warrant in 1895 with their works residing in Sandringham and Buckingham Palace.
Adam Style was most popular in circa 1760-1795 and is identified with classical Roman motifs, swags and ribbons, grotesque panels and complex pastel schemes.
A 19th Century Adam Style Urn on a Pedestal by James Pulham and Sons
Height: 165.0cm (65.0 in)
Width: 82.0cm (32.3 in)
Depth: 82.0cm (32.3 in)