Vintage 1920s Ian Sadler Geometric Patterned Bright Coloured Studio Vase

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Vintage 1920s Ian Sadler Geometric Patterned Bright Coloured Studio Vase

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Studio pottery is pottery made by professional and amateur artists or artisans working alone or in small groups, making unique items or short runs. Typically, all stages of manufacture are carried out by the artists themselves.

If you're looking for unique, decorative yet functional items for your home, studio pottery is the way to go. Becoming more and more fashionable, these stand out pieces usually in muted, earthy tones would look lovely in any style home.

This particular hand painted vase is a stunning example of early 20th Century studio pottery. Featuring bright and vibrant colours, not very typical of studio ceramics, this tall vase is sure to turn more than a few heads.

It's regimented geometric patternation is extremely common of its period, as are the choice of colours, the particular hue of green very Art Deco.

Unknown to us who the designer is, we can't find any information about the elusive Ian Sadler, perhaps a relative of the infamous James Sadler?

In general good condition for its age with visible crazing inside and out, along with some defects to the glazing (pock marks as photographed).

Measures approximately 26cm tall, 10cm wide with a 4.5cm opening.

For those of you that live in the UK and have a similar love for studio pottery, make sure you pay a visit to the York Art Gallery. Now the world’s most extensive collection of British Studio Pottery, with more than 5,000 pieces, well worth a trip.

Width: 10.0 cm
Height: 26.0 cm

Estimated Time: Less than one week

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Condition: Used

Wear Condition: Apparent Wear and Tear

Designer: Ian Sadler

Date of Manufacture: 1920s

Place of Origin:

Material: Ceramic

Period: Early 20th Century

Style: Art Deco

Listed by: Mark_d802

SKU: 61581744