A large and impressive pair Crown Lambeth Ware floral painted vases by a recorded however unidentified artist dating from around 1892. The tall stoneware vases stand raised on narrow round conical feet with tall tear drop shape bodies with trumpet shaped tops. These elegant vases have a gilded stylized gilded web patterns on a pale green ground, possibly forming a basket, and containing shrubs with large flowering blooms with leaves overhanging the basket edge and further foliage forming shadows behind. The flowers are painted in bright colored enamels in rich mauve, white, green, brown and tones of blue and lilac against a cream-colored ground. The pattern is highlighted with sprinkled gilding and some outline highlighting in places with similar gilding applied under the top rims of the vases. Gilded lines are applied around the top and bottom edges of the vases and both have printed Crown Doulton Lambeth marks to the bases along with a recorded but unidentified artist mark along with assistant marks for Miss A Duncan, Miss M Gray and Miss A Turner along with other unidentified marks. Both are numbered 486, one with the addition of 1822.