Attributed Janet Leach (1918-1997) Small Circular Stoneware STUDIO POTTERY Dish with Tenmoku Glaze
Attributed Janet Leach (1918-1997) Small Circular Stoneware STUDIO POTTERY Dish with Tenmoku Glaze
Attributed Janet Leach (1918-1997) Small Circular Stoneware STUDIO POTTERY Dish with Tenmoku Glaze
Attributed Janet Leach (1918-1997) Small Circular Stoneware STUDIO POTTERY Dish with Tenmoku Glaze
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Attributed Janet Leach (1918-1997) Small Circular Stoneware STUDIO POTTERY Dish with Tenmoku Glaze

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Very Collectable Piece of British Studio Pottery from St Ives, Cornwall.

This is a small round stoneware dish with a Tenmoku Glaze.

For some reason, this one has no mark on the base - but it came to me as part of a group with the other vintage Leach pottery pieces in my store - so it is probably by the celebrated art potter, Janet Leach (1918-1997).

However, I am just calling this wee art pottery dish and pricing accordingly as "Attributed to". I have sold all my other Janet Leach items for three-figure sums - so this wee dish is priced accordingly. If you collect Leach pottery, a nice item to add to your collection. 

A lovely little dish - with typical Tenmoku Glazes as used by Janet Leach.

A lovely little piece of British studio pottery - now hard to source and a great addition to a more specialist collection or design museum collection.

It is 4 3/8 inches in diameter (11 cm).

Janet Leach was one of the most important and influential studio potters of the 20th century.

Despite being married to Bernard Leach and her commitment to the Leach Pottery at St Ives in Cornwall, she succeeded in establishing her own international reputation in the 1970s and 1980s.

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