Whilst collectors today are most familiar with Doulton wares that are readily found, other art wares for reproduction were designed by equally great artists as Tinworth and Barlow. John Broad for example created sporting reliefs that were applied to art nouveau design pots. These fantastic designs were produced for a short period between the turn of the 20th Century and the outbreak of WWI in 1914. Commemoratives too were a staple of the Lambeth factory. Many great occasions are commemorated in Doulton stoneware including the passing of the National Insurance Act in 1911, which was marked by a stamp moistener designed by Leslie Harradine and modeled in the likeness of Lloyd George. While he was Chancellor of the Exchequer in the UK, George proposed this Bill that is regarded as the forerunner to our welfare system here in Britain. Mark Marshall created many designs for reproduction too; notably for the Art Union of London, but also general production at Lambeth. This charming Owl biscuit barrel is attributed to him.