RARE VICTORIAN ART POTTERY PERSIAN BLUE CRACKLE GLAZE VASE MAW AND CO C.1874-95

"Best and rare British Victorian Art pottery from Maw and Co. Shropshire. A stunning Persian Blue vase of great classic shape with crackle and running glaze effect. Great style - minimalist, contemporary and very modern. A wonderful interior decoration piece. Looks good in both period and modern interiors. We have checked our available records - including examples in the Victoria and Albert museum and have yet to find another surviving piece in this stylish and delightful shape." Antiques Expert Hamilton Bear.

References: The famous Victorian tile makers Maw and Co. began making art pottery around 1870. The early pots were a hard semi-porcelain pottery in white clay with mono-glaze decoration using the majolica glazes developed for tiles. Classical. Indian and Moorish shapes were used for decoration.
Dimensions: height 225 mm max. width 110 mm max.
Marks: as illustrated above. 'Maw & Co" impressed.
Condition: Excellent condition for display with no significant defects. Decorative fine crackle pattern of crazing to glaze. There are no chips, cracks, hairlines, staining or restoration.
 
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