The inner vase and base are decorated in turquoise glaze.We currently offer 1 months interest free credit on every item we sell with a 10% deposit payable upfront.The range of Moorcroft Pottery marks begins with William Moorcroft’s time at the Mac Kintyre pottery and covers the 100 year history of design and ownership by William, his son Walter Moorcroft, other more current owners and marks of artists and designers from the Moorcroft Design Studio.Please note: These are only the marks known to have been used on majolica.The liability for any damage incurred during transit will remain with the sender and all items dispatched by us will be sent fully insured.We recommend that similar insurance be placed on items when returning them to us.This magnificent-and huge-fish shape serving platter is in the form of a fish glazed in cream, pink, and dove gray.It was made by the renowned French faiencerie, Sarreguemines, in Sarreguemines, France, probably sometime in the 1930's.
The decoration is painted in shades of blue, brown and green against a cobalt blue ground.
) pitcher, made by the renowned French pottery, Sarreguemines (also known as Utzschneider & Cie.) is a splendid example of French Art Nouveau pottery.
It is glazed in a brilliant white with deep green holly leaves and deep burgundy...
The impressed S tells us it was potted in September.
If the English registration mark to the left were legible it would also give us the day of registration as well.