Dartmouth Pottery Campana Vase
There is one small chip to the foot of this vase, but although it detracts slightly from the charm of the piece, you can, of course, always turn the vase around so that you can’t see it!
Made by Dartmouth Pottery who were formed in 1948 and continued until 2002. This vase was probably made in the early 1970s and owes much to the classical campana shape; a shape that has also been referenced over the years by many other potteries including Wedgwood.
There is a metallic sheen to this black glaze and the vase is a handsome thing with or without a froth of flowers and foliage.