Giant Panda Design Vase by Tony Cartlidge Ceramic Artist


Hand Crafted and Hand Painted Art Pottery.

Produced in Stoke on Trent.

Tony Cartlidge Ceramic Artist.

Free hand painted Giant Panda Design Purse Vase.

Illustrating a Giant Panda eating the Bamboo leaves.

“Art painted on Ceramics”.

Height 19cm.

All our prices include UK Post & Packing (Standard Delivery).

And International Shipping Rates are Discounted.

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Giant Panda Design Vase.

Giant Panda Design Vase. Designed and free hand painted by Tony Cartlidge Ceramic Designer. Produced in his studio based in Stoke on Trent.

Illustrating a Giant Panda. Sitting eating the bamboo leaves.

Exclusive design for Stoke Art Pottery.

“Art on Ceramics”

Unique gift idea for any occasion.

Our online price for this Giant Panda Design Vase £69.99.

Including UK Post & Packing (2 day delivery).

And Discounted International Shipping Rates.

Height 19cm

This Giant Pands Design Vase. Hand painted by Tony Cartlidge. Just one of a large selection of hand crafted and hand painted art pottery. Produced in Stoke on Trent. Click British Art Pottery to view all the current available stock.

Tony Cartlidge Ceramic Artist

Tony an  experienced  ceramic artist, designer and modeller. Until recently worked for many of the major pottery manufacturers based in Stoke on Trent.

Such as Royal Doulton, Carlton Ware, Bairstow Manor Collectables and Lorna Bailey Artware.

In fact he designed many of the Double Sided Character Teapots. Issued by Royal Doulton in a Limited Edition of 1500 during 2002. (see Charlton Standard Catalogue. Royal Doulton Jugs 1oth Edition).

In addition to the Royal Doulton Double Sided Character Teapots. Tony was already a well established ceramic modeller. He is featured on page 142 of “Novelty Teapots – Five hundred years of Art and Design” by Edward Bramah. Known as the Teapot Collectors Bible. Modelling a teapot for Staffordshire Fine Ceramics.

Then probably one of the highlights of his career. Designing and modelling “The Largest Toby Jug in the World”. Now displayed in the Toby Jug Museum. Based in Chicago, USA.

Due to the hand painting process no two pieces  are identical. And generally most of the designs produced by Tony are “one off” designs. Consequently each piece of pottery produced is different and unique.

Stoke Art Pottery.

Established 2006. Selling high quality pottery and ceramics online

Additional information

Weight 1.5 kg