Thrown earthenware coated on the outside with pinkish-beige glaze, and inside with alpine white glaze painted in yellow, white, grey and black. Circular with deep sloping sides and a deep outward sloping footing. The inside is decorated with a central grey circle surrounded by radiating wider yellow and grey concentric bands over which are painted circles of leaves outlined half in white and half in black. Just below the rim there is a narrow grey line.
History note: Unknown before N.J. Zolman
Diameter: 35.5 cm
Height: 10 cm
Method of acquisition: Bought (2015-11-23) by Zolman, N. J.
This pattern was designed by Ruth Pavely in 1954.
Diameter 20 cm
Inscription present: circular backstamp with a dolphin between the words POOLE and ENGLAND within a circle with the other words around it
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