RUSKIN POTTERY High Fired Vase by William Howson Taylor A.E. Wade Collection 1933 40.5cm high.

An 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. Provenance: Sotheby's London 2002, lot 434 from The Albert E. Wade Collection.

Stamped RUSKIN 1933 with impressed artist signature WILLIAM HOWSON TAYLOR; 

Size: 40.5cm high (16”).

Provenance: Sotheby's London 2002, lot 434 The Albert E. Wade Collection.

Condition: In excellent original, undamaged and unrestored condition.

Date: 1933.

 

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RUSKIN POTTERY High Fired Vase by WILLIAM HOWSON TAYLOR

SKU: RUSKWHT001
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