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A Black Ryden Pottery Limited Edition Globe Vase In The Moonstone Pattern

Heading :  A Black Ryden limited edition pottery vase
Date : 2003
Period : Elizabeth II
Marks :Impressed marks Black Ryden Made in Stoke on Trent, England, sgrafitto artist initials PD, acorn year symbol for 2002, Painted designer signature C Lovatt, artist initials RW, and number 30/50 ( 30 of fifty examples)
Origin :Burslem, England
Colour :Polychrome
Pattern :Moonstone
Features : Inventive unique form adapted in later years by W Moorcroft- the parent company.
Condition :Good
Restoration :None
Dimensions : Height 12cm, approx 16cm diameter
Weight : 875g


Eric Knowles Comments

The inventive form of this globe vase was designed by Kerry Goodwin who remains as a member of the present day Moorcroft Pottery. The pattern was introduced by Carol Lovatt who was one of several guest designers employed at Black Ryden. The decoration was applied by the painter Rebecca Whaley. This example is marked as number 30 from a limited edition of 50. The Black Ryden pottery only existed for a three year period.


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  • Product Code: 20121813
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  • £120.00

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