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Mary Rogers | 'Striated Crinoid', 1983

Porcelain, unglazed white body, the pinched form folded and carved with fine grooves to the exterior, impressed MER seal
H 12.0cm, D 12.5cm
PROVENANCE: Private Collection, Yorkshire. LITERATURE: Mary Rogers, 'On Pottery and Porcelain', Alphabooks 1984; p.102 item 10 for another example of this rare form. 'The combination of grooves and folds creates striking variations in translucency and enlivens the surface with texture and swirling patterns of light and shade.'


A white unglazed porcelain pinched form, 'Striated Crinoid', made by Mary Rogers in 1983 sold at auction by Maak Contemporary Ceramics

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