(Early Series) Short chamberstick, conical base.
Does this shape appear in other series? Yes -
There are also early un-numbered examples.
One example is recorded mistakenly numbered
is indeed a candlestick but of a different shape.
Height; 7.5 - 8 cm
no base markings at all.
The earliest examples have this vertically aligned handle, as does
Left-hand piece incised to base
. The other two incised
, a well-known studio potter who frequented Premier Pottery Preston. (Heights L to R; 7.6 cm, 7 cm, 7 cm)
She also made a version of the taller chamberstick
Unusual cream painted finish.
Shape book 'E'
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