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This elegant pot sports a relief decoration closely based on a delightful book frontispiece designed by Gertrude Jekyll in 1899: Roses and lilies spill out of a tall vase. The pot itself is a wide pan with strong foot and rim details. It is a beautiful, statement planter.
|RHS1804||23.00cm - 9"||43.00cm - 17"||
Meet the Maker
Simon is a Thrower and has been working at the pottery for 17 years. He enjoys the process involved in making a pot, in the manipulation of the clay and the physicality of the work. Simon lives and surfs in Cornwall with his wife whom he recently wed.