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Collection Crafts Study Centre
Potter Francis Richards
Description Vase, earthenware, pale shiny green inside, white glaze inside and out, copper glaze or oxide poured inside with brushed decoration in cobalt oxide.
Decoration Vertical bands of abstract decoration from rim to foot. Banded on rim.
Id Number Current Accession P.80.1
Inscription A brushed in blue (?cobalt oxide) on base
Location Creation Site UK
Subject ceramics, vase
Measurements 9.8 x 9.5 centimetres
Material earthenware
Glaze white
History A note by Muriel Rose stuck to the foot reads: Thrown and fired by Francis Richards in kiln in garden of house in archway [sic] Rd. Highgate London circ. 1910; First of individual potters - Pre Leach and Cardew.
Rights Owner Managed by the Crafts Study Centre.
Style Period Period 1910s
Technique throwing



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