Bernard Leach, early St Ives slipware saucer, with a cream slip on an olive green ground, impressed mark, diameter 16 cm. Provenance: This saucer is reputedly amongst the first ceramics fired by Bernard Leach at St Ives in the 1920s, from the Collection of
Bernard Leach, stoneware rectangular pen tray. Pale celadon glaze over combed white slip to the interior, the exterior with tenmoku glaze, circa 1960. Impressed personal seal mark and St Ives pottery mark, W.21 cm. For a similar example see Bernard Leach:
Michael Cardew, an early and rare St Ives slipware bowl, cream slip with an amber glaze, the well incised with floral forms under the glaze. Impressed Mc and St Ives pottery seals, circa 1920. Diameter 18 cm
St Ives, stoneware tile painted with a simple flower design on cream ground. Painted St Ives mark to the front of the tile, four impressed marks to the reverse. Height 150 x W. 15 cm; together with another stoneware tile painted with a swimming fish (crack
St Ives pottery, an earthenware dish, possibly by Bernard Leach with pie crust rim decorated with intersecting combed lines on a rich brown glazed ground. Unmarked. Diameter 32 cm. Martin Hill's notes record that Leach mentioned to him that the piecrust ri
Bernard Leach, stoneware tile incised and painted with a swimming fish on a cream ground. Painted St Ives mark and painted Leach mark to the front of the tile, the reverse with four impressed St Ives seal marks, glaze damage to the upper section of the til
Bernard Leach (attributed), earthenware dish with moulded pie crust rim and feather pattern decoration on yellow ground. Impressed St Ives seal mark, circa 1930. Diameter 20 cm. Martin Hill's notes record that he showed this dish to Bernard Leach who confi
Bernard Leach (attributed), small ovoid stoneware vase with deep black glaze. Firing flaw to top rim. Impressed St Ives mark. Height 19 cm. Martin Hill showed Bernard Leach this small vase when he visited New Zealand in 1962. Leach informed Martin that thi
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