SCOTTISH POTTERY. Sweet Little 1920s BOUGH Ceramic Toast Rack. Hand Painted Spring Flowers
SCOTTISH POTTERY. Sweet Little 1920s BOUGH Ceramic Toast Rack. Hand Painted Spring Flowers
SCOTTISH POTTERY. Sweet Little 1920s BOUGH Ceramic Toast Rack. Hand Painted Spring Flowers
SCOTTISH POTTERY. Sweet Little 1920s BOUGH Ceramic Toast Rack. Hand Painted Spring Flowers
SCOTTISH POTTERY. Sweet Little 1920s BOUGH Ceramic Toast Rack. Hand Painted Spring Flowers
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SCOTTISH POTTERY. Sweet Little 1920s BOUGH Ceramic Toast Rack. Hand Painted Spring Flowers

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Iconic Edinburgh
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£55.00
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£55.00
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This is a cute little hand-painted piece of early 20th century Bough pottery.

It takes the form of a little toast rack - which is quite a rare piece for Bough - as you more often find them decorating plates or little bowls.

It is of miniature size and would hold three small slices of toast - if used - but it is probably more of a piece for display in a cabinet as part of your studio pottery collection.

The toast rack as pointed arches - with little green buttresses front and back - the base colour is peppermint green. Painted with spring flowers in lilac, pink and yellow at each end.

With a simple printed mark: BOUGH on the base.

Dimensions: Length is 4 inches. Width is 2 1/2 inches. The overall height is just over 2 inches.

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).

This small display piece is in good condition with no chips or cracks. Being a rarer Bough item - this is reflected in my asking price - which is indeed a fair one for this unusual antique piece.

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