Large Ruskin crystalline Art Deco studio pottery vase

Manufacturer:  Ruskin

Designer:      William Howson-Taylor 

Description:   Unusually large ovoid Ruskin crystalline Art Deco British studio art pottery vase. 
               Blue and burnt orange glaze.

Country of 
Manufacture:   England

Date:          1933

Marks:         Impressed marks underneath "W. Howson Taylor" and "Ruskin England 1933"

Condition:     Perfect, no chips, cracks or restoration.

Size:          Stands 27cm tall (10")

Other infor-   The Ruskin pottery was founded in 1901 in West Smethwick, England by William Howson-Taylor
               and was named in honour of the Arts and Crafts champion John Ruskin. The pottery is well
               known for its expeerimental glazes which were expertly produced in different variations.
               Howson-Taylor destroyed all his notes and recipes shortly before his death.

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