Michael Cardew, rare and historically important stoneware stool. The stool of baluster shape with a dished circular top with incised intersecting bands, strap form supports with incised chevron motifs. Oatmeal coloured glaze, the circular base section with
Michael Cardew (UK) large and impressive oval charger with hand painted design in green and brown on oatmeal ground, unglazed rim, unusual large painted mark, 48 cm N.B. Thought to be a demonstration piece from his visit here in 1968 (rim fritting)
Michael Cardew, slipware teapot with stylised floral design in brown on a cream slip with incised cross hatching, circa 1920. An almost identical example illustrated in British Studio Ceramics by Paul rice. P34. Impressed Mc and Winchcombe pottery seals to
Michael Cardew, wenford bridge stoneware teapot with painted decoration in iron on an unglazed surface, with two pierced lugs at the shoulder and attached cane handle. Impressed personal seal and Wenford bridge impressed seal. Small rim frits, W.30 cm
Michael Cardew, winchcombe pottery slipware Raisin jar. Cream slip under a rich galena glaze, incised 'Raisins' to the jar and lid, the edge of the lid with chipping evident under the glaze. Impressed Mc and Winchcombe pottery seals. Height 20 cm
Michael Cardew, a Winchcombe pottery slipware bowl with green glazed interior, on a raised circular foot, the exterior with a green slip trailing spiral design. Impressed Mc and Winchcombe pottery seals. Diameter 19 cm
Michael Cardew, a Winchcombe pottery slipware water jar with brushed decoration in brown on a cream slip under a rich galena glaze, with single looping handle. Impressed Mc and Winchcombe pottery seals. Height 29 cm
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
Winchcombe pottery, lidded slipware jar, decorated with a trailing wavy line wiped though a layer of cream slip between concentric bands under a galena glaze, possibly by Michael Cardew. Impressed Winchcombe pottery seal. Height 12 cm
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