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Moorcroft – Vase – Eventide, Flambe

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Moorcroft Pottery (England, Est. 1897)
Eventide Flambe Vase, c. 1920s
glazed, tube-lined
8 ⅛” high x 6 ⅛ ” diameter

An English pottery flambé vase, in the Eventide pattern, 8 ⅛ inches high x 6 ⅛ inches in diameter, of wide single baluster shape with a wide mouth 4 ⅝ inches in diameter, made by Moorcroft Pottery (1897-1973), Sandbach Rd., Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, circa 1920-1930 (?). The white heavy pottery body is decorated with a tube lined and painted design consisting of dark cobalt blue sweeping horizontal arcs intersecting in various ways that seem to signify a hilly landscape with three large crowned trees spaced evenly on the top level of arcs. The glossy glaze covers a mottled red / deep blue body. The bottom is impressed along one edge: “MOORCROFT” and along the opposite edge: “MADE IN / ENGLAND / 293.”

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Moorcroft – Vase – Eventide, Flambe