WELSH ART POTTERY HAND THROWN STUDIO POTTERY VASE WITH UNIQUE GLAZE EFFECT
- EARLY 20TH CENTURY
unusual and particularly attractive Ewenny pottery studio vase, hand
thrown with a body akin to stoneware and a striking glaze effect finish
in green which is rarely seen in our experience. Ewenny
pottery South Wales dates from the early 19th century. Within fifty
years it became the major art pottery of Wales. Pieces are difficult to
date exactly: standard shapes and marks have been in production for
long periods into the 20th century. Many mottled glaze and
running-glaze effect Ewenny Art Pottery vases were produced. Every glaze
effect piece is effectively unique."Antiques Expert Hamilton Bear.
See similar Ewenny Pottery pieces illustrated in the Encyclopaedia
of British Art Pottery, V. Bergesen.
height 100 mm max. width 175 mm max.
incised "Ewenny Pottery" in script as illustrated.
No significant defects in our opinion. No damage or restoration. N.B.
What appears to be a small chip on vase foot is a glazed over fold in
the clay from firing. the We rate this A1 for display ... a great item!
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