Wedgwood Campana Form Vase
This vase dates from January 1969 – which is towards the end of the production of these Moonstone pieces. The counterpart to the white moonstone glaze was a black glaze which they named ravenstone.
The campana form is one that Wedgwood used through multiple eras of their manufacture and harks back to classical Greek pieces.
There are a couple of rust marks on the lower inside of the vase which will have appeared through the use of the vase but it is otherwise in good condition with no chips or cracks. These Wedgwood campana vases look great in all different styles of interiors and could be used with a fat head of hydrangea or an assortment of delicate roses.