A truly wonderful design piece, and one of my favourite pieces, is this hand-built wood fired three cornered triangular studio pottery dish of sculptural form dating from the 20th century. The stoneware dish is heavily hand potted with a rounded central bowl with three raised elements with irregular rough cut edging. The bowl has a triangular shaped body with a crudely incised triangle shape to the inner bowl and decorated with red linear applied glazes on a natural stone ground. The bowl is decorated with brown and grey glazes to the raised elements with slightly more textured finishes to the underside of the rim with more distinct separation in brown, yellow and grey glazes. The bowl has a recessed rounded foot and has an indistinct incised EB mark to the lower body which we have been unable to identify.
The bowl came with a collection of similar pieces and some retaining collection numbers attached to the bases.
In good condition.
Origin : United Kingdom
Manufacture Date : 20th Century
Materials : Stoneware
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