Lot 154 , Two large studio pottery vases and an Amanda King archaeological dish, H 52cm (tallest)
Two large studio pottery vases and an Amanda King 'archaeological' dish, the vases including a tall tapered cylindrical vase by Usche Spettigue, Harkstead, Ipswich, incised and glazed in swirls of cream, blue and brown (potter's label and impressed mark to base) and another by Peter Hackford, of waisted form with ribbed decoration to neck, red-brown and black-glazed, the heavy grey stoneware assymetrical bowl moulded with three Egyptian mummy cases and three contemporary grey stoneware vases by Amanda King, H 52cm (tallest)
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