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Lot 17 (Twentieth Century Art & Design, 20th March 2020)

Sold for £85

Lot details

A circa 1930s Moorcroft pottery circular fruit bowl in the Pomegranate pattern, underglaze painted and tube-line decorated, raised on circular foot, with green painted monogram and impressed Moorcroft Made in England M71 verso, h.9.6cm, dia.21cm

Condition report

Mid to fine crazing throughout, particularly to interior.

Approx. 10x5mm repaired chip to inside edge of top rim (repaired with same fragment which was broken off).

Approx. 15x8mm scratched/scuffed area to surface on outer side of bowl towards base.

Otherwise good.

Condition reports must be considered as a matter of opinion and not fact.


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