Stylish Verwood Pottery pitcher. salt glazed, made from local Dorset yellow clay
The potteries date from the 14th century, although there is some evidence of Roman potteries.
The last remaining factory at 'Cross Roads' closed in 1952
The pottery was very porous, so most items were always fully glazed inside with the outsides 'Raw Glazed'- partially glazed outside


Condition: Very good, useable. 
Small chip along groove on top of handle, image 6


Dimension: Height 17.5cm, max width including handle 15cm, Width at base 10cm

Verwood Pottery Jug



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    "A Mediterranean Scene" 1911 Watercolour



    Lovely watercolour of a small Mediterranean Harbour Scene
    Signed A.E. Price 1911


    Condition: A few blemishes, bottom centre and above signature
    Frame is slightly worn

    Dimensions: 39cm x 23.7cm x 1.2cm

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