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News Events Department Blog. Corey Brennan Professor of Classics Ph. I acquired this piece by happy accident and love it even more so because of it. Comments: No comments. Not a shape you see often but as is often the case, if you see one you probably see another 2 or 3 in quick succession. Like some of Bakewells other shapes this one is probably a copy of an English made piece.

Bakewells sold some of their moulds off in the early s and this shape is one they sold to Diana so you will more commonly see their version of this vase around the shops. Quite an odd decoration but one that pops up from time to time on a number of different shapes.

Unmarked but possibly by Van Diemen pottery circa late s. The body is covered in an amazing red and yellow drip glaze with purple covering the base. It stands about 20cm high so not a small piece.

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