RUSKIN POTTERY Arts and Crafts High Fired Vase William Howson Taylor 1933 40.5cm. Wade Collection 1933 40.5cm high. Important monumental high-fired porcelain Ruskin Pottery vase, Birmingham, England, 1933 exhibiting rich crimson glazes with lavender transmutations of architectural form; one of the last pieces that William Howson Taylor produced.
Sotheby's London 2002, lot 434 from The Albert E. Stamped RUSKIN 1933 with impressed artist signature WILLIAM HOWSON TAYLOR. Riginal, undamaged and unrestored condition. Sotheby's London 2002, lot 434 The Albert E.
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The seller is "thetwoarthurs" and is located in Manchester. This item can be shipped worldwide. Wade Collection: Sotheby's