BRITISH ART POTTERY ART DECO PERIOD JAM POT
& COVER C.1938
attractive hand crafted Upchurch art pottery jam pot and cover. Lovely
effect achieved by the pottery - wonderful form, almost an apple with a
lid! Perhaps more vase than jam pot... certainly artful and rare."
Antiques Expert Hamilton Bear.
See Encyclopedia of British Art
Pottery, V. Bergensen page 274 plate 141 top right
for an identical Upchurch pottery "marmalade pot", here referred to as
the Winnecott period Claverdon Pottery -
contemporary range of new shapes.
height with lid 95 mm max.
Upchurch impressed into clay of base
An excellent piece in great shape for display.Looks
great with no outward damage chips, cracks and no restoration. Glaze is
very well adhered to the pot, for art pottery - with no flaking. There
is a tiny unglazed chip on inner flange rim of lid which appears to be
a product of firing.
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