My wife bought this here in France last year - so it could be French. It seems to have be done by a confident hand. Unfortunately not signed (although I think the scratch mark underneath might be graphite written on after firing - possibly retail info).
I saw one by the same maker on ebay co uk but the seller could not identify their piece either (which had a pale fawn glaze on it).
It's 5.5" high &nd has a diameter of 4".
Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks.
French or Belgium were my first thoughts; looks Art Deco period or Art Nouveau . Sometimes such green glazed pieces might be attributed to Farnham Pottery but it’s not a shape I’ve come across on the Farnham website
Carrot cake is just fake cake
Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum