Large Ribbed Wedgwood Moonstone Campana Vase malvern
This vase is the largest size of this shape that Wedgwood made in this period of production. This particular example dates to the 1960s. The usual impeccable date stamping of Wedgwood pieces has come slightly unstuck with his example and the digit after the 6 is missing. This period of Wedgwood was when Norman Wilson was still working at the company and oversaw the development of stylish pieces such as this one as well as the commissioning of Richard Guyatt and Eric Ravilious to design commemorative mugs for the company.
There is some slight blooming to the glaze of this piece; one noticeable patch on the base as well as some patches on the inside of the vase. There is also a firing crack to the piece at the bottom of the inside of the vase which can be just seen from one side of the exterior of the vase. The vase is however watertight. There is also a very minor flea bit chip to the rim. Those slight defaults aside it is still a handsome piece and looks great with or without flowers.