A large and impressive Winchcombe studio pottery bowl with slip trailed patterning and copper glazes attributed to Ray Finch and dating from the latter 20th century. The hand thrown bowl is heavily made and stands raised on a narrow unglazed round foot with shaped rim and is of wide round shape with a folded back flat shaped top edge. The inner bowl is decorated with trailed slip glazed patterning combined with colored brushwork in tones of brown and blue and set against a copper glazed ground. Similar patterning is applied to the outer edge of the bowl. A large and extremely impressive example and a wonderful addition to any interior. The bowl has an impressed Winchcombe Pottery mark to the lower rim.
Provenance: Acquired from the UK Art Market.
In good condition with light wear associated with age and use.
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