Scottish late 20 th century vintage pair of NETHYBRIDGE Scottish pottery colbalt blue goblets With swirls on the stem Cream / natural stone colours inside In good condition On small internal crack at the bottom of one of the goblets Otherwise very good They measure 6” high
UNSURE OF ITS INTENDED USE - HAS A SPOUT CUT MIDWAY DOWN THE BODY AND A SIDE HANDLE, WE'D GUESS IT'S A SMALL GRAVY BOAT BUT MAY JUST BE A JUG OF SORTS. BEAUTIFUL CHARACTERISTIC SWIRLING PATTERN UNIQUE TO THIS SMALL ISLAND POTTERY IN UNUSUAL BROWN/TAN/GREY COLOURS.
Attractive ceramic glazed salt holder. Made by Aviemoor pottery it stands approx 8” in height. In good condition. No chips or cracks. A small rust mark inside on the base! Not visible unless you look inside
HAND PAINTED & ARTIST SIGNED "IUG SKYE". The artist has signed the Mug just below the handle (see 8th -11th photos). The base is also marked with the artist's initials & other details (seen 2nd photo).
Donald Sinclair Swan was ex Bernard Leach student before setting up his pottery on the Isle of Cumbrae, Scotland with his wife. This jug has very clear marks to the base with the unique stamp for Donald & Elizabeth Swan.
HAND PAINTED & ARTIST SIGNED "IUG SKYE". The artist has signed the Jug just below the handle (see 9th -11th photos). The base is also marked with the artist's initials & other details (seen 2nd photo).