A Bernard Moore Pottery model for Royal Doulton of a pug dog, playing with a ball, covered in a red flambé glaze with yellow patches. Bernard Moore monogram. Renowned master potter Bernard Moore (1850 – 1935) specialized in glazing effects, particularly Sung style flambé glazing in crimson, scarlet, yellows and blues. In 1905, he set up a studio in Stoke with his son Bernard Joseph Moore, likely dating this piece between 1905 and 1915. The pieces produced during this period proved popular in Europe, America and the U.K.
Bernard Moore Pug Playing – Royal Doulton Flambé