This is a very early variant. It must have soon ceased production and is consequently rare today. It includes the only 145 cylinder yet recorded with a PPP stamp. 145/8 is missing from the shape-book entry below which dates from the middle or end of the Early Series period.
The width-to-height proportion is wider than other sizes.
Base stamped PPP, incised 145/8
PPP cylinder vases came in various sizes but this is the only known straight-sided example that is numbered. (Early Series 3 is also a PPP cylinder but has a slight flare to the base and lip)
Collection; Lynne Cumming
Collection; Ward family
Base incised 145/3m Remued 1934
Base inscriptions like this - with a shape-number and a date - are extremely rare, and of great value in piecing together the history of the Remued range. If you have any Remued piece with such an inscription we'd be delighted to hear from you! Contact us.
Undecorated 3 & 4 inch cylinders differed from larger sizes in that they had a flare to the lip. Decorated examples, however, had no flare.
Collection; Stuart Lawson
Bases incised 145/8 Remued
Height; 8 - 10.5 cm. (Despite the inch suffix '3', much the same height as the 4 inch variant.)