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Fairies Foxglove Design Vase Moorcroft Pottery

£449.99

Hand Cast Hand Painted Fine Art Pottery.

Produced in Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire.

Moorcroft Pottery.

In the Fairies Foxglove Design by Kerry Goodwin.

Limited Edition of 75. This is numbered 45/75

NOTE – This item is pre-owned. First Quality in new condition.

Dated 2011 with the 2012 Windmill Year Mark on the base.

Height 28cm.

Price includes UK Post & Packing (2 day delivery).

And Discounted International Shipping Rates.

1 in stock

Description

Fairies Foxglove Design Vase.

The Fairies Foxglove Design Vase. Fine Art Pottery. Hand Cast and Hand Painted. Produced by Moorcroft Pottery. At their factory based in Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire.

Produced in a Limited Edition of only 75. Numbered on the base 45/75.

In addition it is personally signed on the base by the designer Kerry Goodwin.

The Fairies Foxglove Design Vase. A vase from the Moorcroft Circle of Life Collection. With the Windmill Year Mark on the base. In this design Kerry Goodwin portrays purple coloured fox gloves. On a cream background

Making it a perfect and unique gift. Particularly  for that very special occasion.

The recommended retail price for this Moorcroft vase is £695.00

Our pre-owned price for the Fairies Foxglove Design Vase is only £449.99.

First quality and in new condition.

Height 28cm – Vase shape 75/10

This item is just one vase of a large selection of Art Pottery. Produced by Leading Ceramic Artists based in Stoke on Trent. Click Art Pottery to view the whole selection.

Moorcroft Pottery

The first piece of fine art pottery. Designed by William Moorcroft. Produced in 1897. Whilst he was employed by James MacIntye & Co.

And it was in 1913 that Moorcroft, with the assistance of outside financial support.  Was able to move production to the present day factory. To do business under his own name. Where Moorcroft Pottery continue to make hand cast handpainted fine art pottery.

From the beginning Walter Moorcroft’s new art pottery. Was sold by many of the prestigious stores. Such as Harrods, Tiffany & Co in New York.

Importantly Moorcroft Pottery has been a favourite with the UK Royal Family. Being appointed H M Potter to the Queen. By Her Majesty Queen Mary in 1928, Continuing to present day with Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II . Still taking new Moorcroft designs. To add to the Royal Collection.

Today, over 100 years on. Moorcroft pottery is still much sought after by collectors from all around the world.

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Additional information

Weight 3 kg