Adonis 120/16 Limited
92/9 FLY AWAY HOME VASE
Fly Away Home Vase designed by Rachel Bishop. Collection released 2006.Shape number 92/9Height.23.5Inside vase painted dark blue
Amberslade Vase 9/9
April Vase- Daisy
Release 2018 - mini vase. Each month has a flower that symbolizes the month. It is believed that it was the Romans who started celebrating birth and birthdays using flowers. Seasonal flowers were used not just for decoration, but also given as gifts and therefore the Romans are often credited with introducing the tradition of birth flowers for ...
AUTUMN EGG - GRAPES
Britany renewal tray
Part of the Moorcroft Collectors club.Initally this piece was not avaliable for general sale- (not sure why or how but we have one left!)Diameter 12cm
Broomy Wood Racheal Bishop 20th Anniversary
32cm high.Racheal BIshop disign- for her 20th Anniversary with Moorcroft.LImited Edition of 150
CALLA LILY LOVING CUP
Calla Lily Loving cupSigned by Emma Bossoms.Designed by Emma Bossons.Double handled 15cm high 12 cm wide.
Chimney Town- Vicky Lovatt
Numbered lidded pot. Signed by Vicky Lovatt. Diameter 12cm Height aprox 6 cm.
Christmas in the potteries
Shape 26/9Height 23.5cmDesigned by Paul HIlditchWe have been to Clovelly, it is a remote small harbour town near the west coast Devon.You cannot drive in the town but need to walk down from the carparks on the cobble stone streets. The day we visited a Bride was going to the church on a donkey.
Colours of Kiribati 23/8
Colours of Kiribati Shape 23/813.5 cmDesigner Nicola SlaneyGeometric petals of turquoise and coral blues twist in seas of colour, set amongst clouds of white and advocado green leaves.These are the colours of Kiribti where Nicola Slaney spent tropical days in the South Pacific awaiting inspiration for her millenium designs.
Colours of Kiribati Vase 355/5
Colours of Kiribati Shape 355/513.5 cmDesigner Nicola SlaneyGeometric petals of turquoise and coral blues twist in seas of colour, set amongst clouds of white and advocado green leaves.These are the colours of Kiribti where Nicola Slaney spent tropical days in the South Pacific awaiting inspiration for her millenium designs.