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Collection Crafts Study Centre
Potter Heber Mathews
Description Vase, wide bellied and prominent footring, stoneware, shiny off-white glaze.
Decoration Free brush decoration in iron between bands around form under transparent glaze
Id Number Current Accession P.82.12
Inscription HM, incised on foot
Location Creation Site London and Woolwich, UK
Subject ceramics, vase
Measurements 27.6 x 22.8 centimetres
Material stoneware
Glaze transparent
History Typical early Heber Mathews pot, vigorously thrown. Given to Audrey Prince circa 1952.
Notes Firing fault at one point of belly.
Relation Exhibition Heber Mathews memorial exhibition, Crafts Centre, Hay Hill, 1959, exhibition number 1059
Rights Owner Managed by the Crafts Study Centre.
Style Period Period 1940s
Technique throwing



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