A pre -1964 earthenware strap handled bottle. This piece is decorated with an iron pigment which has been used to apply banding and brushwork motifs. The transparent honey glaze has a very fine mess of crazing which probably dates close to the date of making but does not distract in any way in terms of quality. The pot is un-glazed for 3cms from the base which allows the fired clay to become an integral part of the decorative banding. A makers mark is impressed into the clay near the base and is in line with the strap handle. Postage is free within the UK but not for International destinations. Please contact the gallery first before proceeding or for any further information about this rare piece. Other works by David are available by request. NB A similar piece in the same series decorated in green slips is photographed on page 82 Image 23 DAVID LEACH - 20th Century Ceramics by Kathy Niblett, Richard Dennis ISBN 0 90368588 4. A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library. 13 x 23 cm


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