Vintage Rustic Ceramic Studio Pottery Plate by Lamorna Pottery
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If you're looking for unique, decorative yet functional items for your home, studio pottery is the way to go. Becoming more and more fashionable, these stand out pieces usually in muted, earthy tones would look lovely in any style home.
The plate features a lovely drip glaze design and is sure to look great on any table setting. The rich earthy tones of brown, copper and a hint of green are a timeless combination and very typical of this style of pottery.
Lamorna Pottery was founded and started by Ella Naper and Kate Westrup in the 1920s. In the late 1940s Christopher (Jimmy) Ludlow and Derek Wilshaw began production of Lamorna Pottery in its current location, an old milk factory in Cornwall. They were assisted by Bernard Leach and Ella Naper. In the 1970s the pottery was developed by Peter and Shirley Brown who developed the blue and brown pottery still in production today.
In good condition with no chips or cracks just some light surface wear commensurate with age and use. Measures approximately 25cm long, 20cm wide and 2.5cm tall.
For those of you that live in the UK and have a similar love for studio pottery, make sure you pay a visit to the York Art Gallery. Now the world’s most extensive collection of British Studio Pottery, with more than 5,000 pieces, well worth a trip.
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