A CONSTANCE SPRY FOR FULHAM POTTERY MANTLE VASE
A rare Constance Spry designed mantle vase for Fulham Pottery circa 1930. Off white fully glazed ceramic with incised details to arms and impressed signatures to the base.
Constance Spry (1886-1960) was a pioneer in flower arranging and now legendary British floral designer. She was keen to democratise flowers including what was considered weeds by the strict rules of Victorian era flower arranging, into her arrangements. Spry most notably created the flower arragnements for the coronation of the late Queen Elizabeth II and became an icon for generations who followed with a passion for flower arranging.
Her mantle vases she designed and were made by Fulham Pottery in England are highly collectable as few were made, this piece is numbered beneath as 15.
Condition: in good original condition, glaze crazing.
Dimensions: 30cm W x 10cm H