Never been used just displayed in perfect overall condition, please inspect pictures as they form part of the description.
A large porcelain bottle vase by one of the finest potters of his generation, Peter Lane. Full signature to base as per photo.
We research every single item and aim to provide as much information as possible about its history and provenance.
The vessel is expertly crafted in the United Kingdom using earthenware production style and studio techniques. The vase’s origin is Egyptian, and it falls under the category of decorative contemporary pottery, ceramics.
– Contemporary Studio Pottery Planter For Bonsai? More research is required to identify the potter but it could be Japanese 10+ inches long (approx) Perfect condition Signed to base.
It is in good condition and working order with a led candle bulb included. It was made around the mid 1970s. The shade sits on a shade hanger with a fancy top to screw it on. It has recently been rewired and has been pat tested.
– Contemporary Studio Pottery Vase – Takeshi Yasuda? More research is required to identify the potter but it could be an early work by Takeshi Yasuda? 9 inches tall (approx) Perfect condition Signed to base.
British / Japanese Studio Pottery Bowl – Incised Mark – Leach Hamada Era. The condition is very good.
David Cohen (Dave) Studio Pottery Bottle. The original stopper has been broken.