English Frederick Rhead Prunus Vase in Blue and White for Wood & Sons
An early 20th century English Prunus vase in glaze blue and white earthenware designed by Frederick Rhead for Wood & Sons of England, circa 1910.
An early 20th century English Prunus vase in glaze blue and white earthenware designed by Frederick Rhead for Wood & Sons of England, circa 1910.

Frederick Rhead Prunus Vase in Blue and White for Wood & Sons of England

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Part Number:727
  • Material:Ceramic, Pottery, Earthenware
  • Color:Blue, White
An early 20th century English "Prunus" vase in earthenware designed by Frederick Rhead for Wood & Sons of England, circa 1910s. Rhead's blue and white version of the Chinese Prunus pattern features a transfer-printed design of white flower blossoms against an inky cobalt blue ground with stems and leaves of lighter blue. The elegant cylindrical form—sometimes called a spill or sleeve vase—has a a flaring mouth and a glazed white interior. Very good condition with a few tiny nicks / glaze flakes on the base; measuring 10.25 in. height, marked with a printed blue moth / butterfly logo incorporating PRUNUS and WOOD, an impressed 9 (or 6) and an additional 03 printed in dark ink.

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