This stunning Wedgwood Pottery vase stands 9" high by 6" in diameter. It has a classic full-bodied, exaggerated bulb form, with a narrow flared neckline and curved-hugging handles at its shoulders. This vase hails from Wedgwood's 'Lindsay Ware' line designed by Courtney Lindsay beginning in 1901. This period was a transitional time for Wedgwood. They began trying new designs based on naturalistic motifs, many based in Art Nouveau styling, which was transitioning to Arts & Crafts, a rather rapid progression in England. This vase is decorated with gorgeous Peacocks, which cover each side. There are stylized trees and leaves in a vivid rich color palette dominated in cobalt, bright green and purple. The mark on this vase dates it to circa 1901-1910. It is in excellent restored condition, with a very good restoration to the base of the neck, and fine lines in the handles. It presents beautifully, with a nice gloss sheen. This vessel is an absolutely stunning example of transitional English Arts & Crafts!
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