Pheasants Nest Design Vase by Black Ryden


Hand Cast Hand Painted Art Pottery.

Produced in Stoke on Trent.

Black Ryden plc.

Associate company of Moorcroft.

Pheasants Nest Design.

Limited Edition of 100.

This edition is numbered 71/100 on the base.

Personally signed on the base by the designer Kerry Goodwin in gold.

Height 15cm.

NOTE – This item is pre-owned. In good condition with no chips or cracks. With some aged crazing.

However it is “seconds” quality – silver lined on the base.

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

International Shipping Rates Discounted.

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Pheasants Nest Design Vase.

The Pheasants Nest Design Vase. Hand cast and hand painted art pottery vase. Produced by Black Ryden plc. At their factory based in Stoke on Trent.

Produced in 2003. A very rare and early design from Black Ryden. Designed by Kerry Goodwin.

A Limited Edition of only 100. Numbered 71 on the base. In addition being signed under the glaze. It is also personally signed in gold by Kerry Goodwin.

Excellent gift idea for that very special occasion. As well as for the collectors of Moorcroft Pottery, Cobridge Stoneware and Black Ryden.

Note – It is pre-owned. In good condition with no chips or cracks, with some age crazing. However, it is “silver lined” noting that it is “seconds” quality.

Height 15cm. Shape R23/6

Our online price for the Black Ryden Pheasants Nest Design Vase is £139.99.

Including UK Post and Packing (2 day delivery).

International Shipping Rates Discounted.

Black Ryden plc

In January 2003 Moorcroft Pottery and Associate Company, Cobridge Stoneware. Announced the launch of a new company. Known as Black Ryden plc.

Officially launched at the Birmingham International Spring Fair on the 3 February 2003. The Trade Minister Nigel Griffiths marked the event by cutting the tape on the Black Rydens stand. Launching their inaugural art pottery exhibition.

Black Ryden was the second new art pottery to emerge from the Moorcroft stable. The first having been Cobridge Stoneware in 1998.

In addition to Anita Harris. Other designers included Kerry Goodwin, Sian Leeper and Emma Bossons.

Unfortunately due to company reorganisation and rationalisation during 2005 and 2006. Moorcroft Pottery decided to close down Cobridge Stoneware and Black Ryden.

However Anita Harris set up her own studio in Stoke on Trent. And a former Moorcroft Pottery employee, Tracy Bently. Trading as Burslem Pottery. Acquired the moulds and designs of Cobridge Stoneware vases, Together with the moulds for the Grotesque Birds designed by Andrew Hull. Inspired by the Martin Brothers at the start of the Twentieth Century.

As a result Stoke Art Pottery offer ranges of products produced by both Anita Harris Art Pottery and Burslem Pottery

Stoke Art Pottery

Established in 2006 selling high quality pottery and ceramics online. Consequently we are happy to continue to stock products produced by Anita Harris Art Pottery and Burslem Pottery.



Additional information

Weight 2 kg