A stylish and large mid-century Rye studio pottery bowl decorated with linear patterning by Walter and Jack Cole. The bowl is of pinched oval shape standing on a narrow round foot with a fold over top edge. The bowl is finely potted and the body is decorated with a blue and green vertical linear patterning repeated around the body of the bowl and applied over a light grey glazed ground. Made in a terracotta colored clay the upper rim of the bowl has been left unglazed however is impressed with small flower heads around the rim which are decorated with light grey glazes and decorated with fine linear patterning. Often found in smaller sizes this is a good sized example in a very distinctive and readily identifiable pattern. The bowl is not marked.
Provenance: acquired in the British art market.
In good condition with natural light age crazing to the glaze.
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