Burslem Pottery Stoneware Vase Stoke Design


Hand crafted & Hand Painted Stoneware Pottery Vase.

Fired at a high temperature. With a matt finish.

Produced by Burslem Pottery.

In the “Stoke” Design.

A design from the Six Town range of designs.

Portraying scenes from the “Smokie Potteries” during the Nineteenth Century.

Height 13.5cm.

And the price includes UK Post & Packing (2 day delivery).

And Discounted International Shipping Rates.

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Burslem Pottery Stoneware Vase Stoke Design.

The Burslem Pottery Stoneware Vase Stoke Design. Produced on high fired stoneware with a matt finish.

A design from the Six Town range of stoneware vases.

The six towns being the towns that make up the City of Stoke on Trent.

A design portraying the “Potteries” during the “smokie” Nineteenth century. Illustrating the Bottle Kilns belching out smoke over the town.

Stoke on Trent  known as the “Potteries”. Often referred to as the capital of the pottery industry.

Great gift ideas to the lovers of industrial scenes. Particularly the person who enjoys scenes portraying the “Potteries”.

Our online price for the Burslem Pottery Stoneware Vase Stoke Design is £49.99.

Including UK Post & Packing (2 day delivery)

And Discounted International Shipping Rates.

Stoke Art Pottery are Stockists for Burslem Pottery products. Click Burslem Pottery to check out their other products currently available.

Burslem Pottery.

Burslem Pottery, in its present form. Established in 2006. Acquiring the moulds and design rights of Cobridge Stoneware. A pottery recently closed down. That had been a company within the Moorcroft group of companies.

Including the designs aqcquired. The Grotesque Birds designs.  Designed by Andew Hull. Inspired by the designs of Martin Brothers.

The new owner Tracy Bently. Who had worked for Moorcroft and Cobridge Stoneware. Well known by the collectors of Moorcroft and Cobridge Stoneware. And continues produce pottery in the Cobridge Stoneware style. Including the Grotesque Birds.

Vases are hand cast. Fired to a very high temperature.  Hand drawn design onto the side of the vase.  Then fired for a second time. After this firing the design is etched into the body of the vase. A technique known a “sgraffitto”. When this process is completed. The vase is hand painted. Prior to the final firing.

A process that takes a total of five to six working days to complete.

Due to the hand painting process. No two vases are identical.

Stoke Art Pottery

Established in 2006. Selling high quality pottery and ceramics online.


Additional information

Weight 1 kg