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Norah Braden | Large Globular Vessel, circa 1935

Stoneware, creamy grey ash glaze with a brushed spiralling design in iron, above a delicate arching motif running around the lower body, impressed NB seal
H 22.2cm, D 20.4cm
PROVENANCE: Dr John P Driscoll Collection
Bonhams, Bond Street, International Contemporary Ceramics, 23 May 2006, Lot 54.
Christie's, London, Contemporary Ceramics, 21 November 1988, Lot 66.

LITERATURE: Oliver Watson, 'British Studio Pottery - The Victoria and Albert Museum Collection', Phaidon Christies 1990; p.54 item 51 for an illustration of a comparable Dish in the museum's collection
CONDITION: Small area of impact damage with stained and cracked surface measuring around 5mm in diameter


A creamy grey stoneware globular vessel made by Norah Braden in circa 1935 sold at auction by Maak Contemporary Ceramics

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