This unusual pedestal urn was designed for the National Trust for Ham House near London. The design is based on existing stone gate finials dating from about 1680, and this is the sort of exuberant design which would have been appearing in English gardens at about that time.
This is Whichford's trademark pot as it combines many things Whichford is famous for - historical authenticity combined with original design and skill in the making. It is supplied in two parts with a special metal fixing to join the two parts together.
Please note the Ham House Urn can be made to order, if you would like more information contact us on 01608 684 416 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Meet the Maker
Lynda has worked at the pottery for 22 years. She is our Head of Hand Pressed but also helps within the decorating and stoneware departments. Lynda made 11,000 of the 88,000 poppies that Whichford Pottery created as part of the Remembrance Day installation at the Tower of London.