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Moorcroft Numbered Edition Millside Vase

Moorcroft Numbered Edition Millside Vase MCR-152 Originally founded as a studio in 1897 within a large ceramic company, James Macintyre & Co. Moorcroft pottery soon made its mark on the world. Today, Moorcroft leads the world of art pottery with its own distinctive design style. We are proud to present this Moorcroft collection featuring stunning pottery designs. In 1914 Mackintosh left Glasgow and moved to his new home, Millside, in the village of Walberswick on the Suffolk coast, where there was a small artists’ colony. The intention was to find peace and seclusion. He devoted himself to watercolour painting and produced some of the finest flower studies of his career. Here Mackintosh could wander the quiet country lanes and grow plants in his small garden and enjoy watching nature come alive. Flowers such as tulips reoccurred in his art and continued in his later textile designs. His designs showed his lifelong interest in plant forms, and it was these floral motifs of Mackintosh’s that inspired Rachel. The stylised tulips and lattice work in Millside have a jewel like quality, enhanced by Rachel’s clever use of coloured tubelining slip. All articles purchased from We are lovingly and securely dispatched with our elegant packaging.