Although the Autumnal Equinox was over a month ago—and, thus, the days are getting shorter and shorter—I thought we could use a refreshing breeze of summer just gone by.
The vase above was made by Pilkington Royal Lancastrian in the 1930’s. It was wheel-thrown by E. T. Radford and is signed with his initials. The glazing is a soft blend of dappled (summery) blues—perhaps clouds reflected in a placid, rippling pond. The combination of color and form is so very typical of soft English Art Deco craft—and sure to take you back to a gentle summer afternoon.
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