Stoneware Glazed Vase, Tony Gant, London 1970s
Stoneware thrown vase of tapering cylindrical form, the exterior with a speckled brown and green glaze broken by a contrasing unglazed ring, the interior glazed. The unglazed .foot with the impressed potter's mark. London 1970s
Tony Gant was a student of the late Gwilym Thomas at Hammersmith School of Art and is a Fellow of the Craft Potters' Association. He has been making stoneware pottery since 1961. Each pot is individually made, mainly on the wheel. He uses Devon ball clays and glazes made from basic raw materials.
|HEIGHT:||9 in. (23 cm)|
|DIAMETER OF TOP:||3 1/2 in. (9 cm)|
|DIAMETER OF FOOT:||4 in. (10 cm)|
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