A very rare and stunning Arts & Crafts studio pottery vase of twisted floral shape made in London by Horace Elliott (British, 1851-1938) dating from the early 20th century. Horace Elliott has been referred to as ‘London’s Forgotten Potter’ however was a well-known Arts & Crafts potter and was also responsible for a large number of the sought after designs made at the Welsh based Ewenny Pottery near Bridgend. He also had associations with CH Brannam and Bourne Denby as well as running his own pottery in London. This rare and unusual vase is very modern in its design with a twisted body and flower shaped top. The lightly potted vase is hand decorated in blue glazes applied on a grey ground. The base has impressed marks ELLIOTT LONDON along with his customary fleur-de-lis mark.
In good presentable condition with fine chipping around the top rim.
Origin : England
Manufacture Date : Early 20th Century
Materials : Pottery
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