I adore this little lidded Bough Pottery trinket dish
It is a glorious vibrant canary yellow colour (even more vibrant in "real life" than in my photos). It is hand-painted in abstract patterns - which I think the decorator must have borrowed from Japanese works.
The little lidded pot is marked with the maker's initials on the base: these are are C.C.A. - for Christina (Chrissie) Amour.
The pot is a nice quality china one - and was probably made as a "blank" by Maling and Sons, Newcastle-on-Tyne, and used by Bough Pottery.
This is certainly a stunning and more unusual piece of Scottish Art Pottery. You certainly don't see this design very often.
CONDITION: In just fabulous condition for Bough pieces now 90 years old - with no chips or cracks.
The dimension: is height: 2 1/4 inches and the length is 4 1/2 inches and with a depth of 3 1/2 inches. The weight unpacked is 160 grams.
Bough Pottery was founded by Elizabeth and Richard Amour in the 1920s. They specialized in decorating blanks - which they bought in from pottery companies in England and Scotland (many from Maling Pottery, Newcastle).
It will cost £4.95 to post to you in the UK with Royal Mail tracked postage - this will be applied to your order at check out.