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Collection Crafts Study Centre
Potter Lucie Rie
Description Vase, stoneware, cylindrical body, tall neck and wide everted rim, porcelain slip and dolomite glaze.
Decoration Finely incised vertical lines around body.
Id Number Current Accession P.76.5
Inscription LR seal on foot
Location Creation Site London, UK
Subject ceramics, vase
Measurements 24.2 x 24.4 centimetres
Material stoneware
Glaze dolomite
Notes The pot is only fired once. When the body is dry it is then glazed. This is an unusual firing procedure which takes from 12 to 14 hours for the kiln to reach temperature and then five to seven hours at full heat.
Relation Exhibition ´New Ceramics´, Whitworth Art Gallery, University of Manchester, 1988
Rights Owner Mrs. Yvonne Mayer/Crafts Study Centre 2004
Style Period Period 1970s
Technique throwing
Process ´T´ material mixed with red clay and manganese. Fired at 1250 degrees, oxidised.



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