British STUDIO POTTERY.  Attractive 1960s Stoneware Dish with Abstract  Pattern. Undulating Lines and Dots
British STUDIO POTTERY.  Attractive 1960s Stoneware Dish with Abstract  Pattern. Undulating Lines and Dots
British STUDIO POTTERY.  Attractive 1960s Stoneware Dish with Abstract  Pattern. Undulating Lines and Dots
British STUDIO POTTERY.  Attractive 1960s Stoneware Dish with Abstract  Pattern. Undulating Lines and Dots
British STUDIO POTTERY.  Attractive 1960s Stoneware Dish with Abstract  Pattern. Undulating Lines and Dots
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British STUDIO POTTERY. Attractive 1960s Stoneware Dish with Abstract Pattern. Undulating Lines and Dots

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Iconic Edinburgh
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£40.00
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This is an attractive piece of vintage studio pottery - on a stylistic basis, dating to around the 1960s.

It is has a rough golden coloured stoneware colour on the reverse - and on the front has a grey combed glaze with a strange abstract pattern scratched into the surface.

The pattern kind of reminds of me little fish.

In good vintage condition with no damages.

It is 5 ½ inches square. Unpacked it is just over 300 grams in weight.

There is an impressed studio stamp on the back of the little plate - sadly I have not been able to identify it, but have photographed it for your inspection. The mark looks like an impressed circle with a line through it.

It is a beautifully made, unique piece of vintage pottery, and listed at a fair price.