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Here is a stylish shaped vase dating from the 1960s or thereabouts from Blue Mountain Pottery of Canada. This shape with a long flared neck was first designed by Dennis Tupy in the 1950s and continued to be popular into the 1960s.It is in the characteristic green dripped glaze inspired by the mountains' spruce and pine trees of Canada.The colour graduates from a dark green,almost black at the base to a streaky dark green and pale blue as it goes up the neck and more of the pale blue to the rim. As usual with Blue Mountain Pottery the colours in the glaze are stunning. It would also make a gorgeous gift. Marked to the base with the moulded three tree mark.

SIZE: Height 22cm/8.75 inches
WEIGHT: 449g


Price: 28.00 Product code: DH.V.35

In stock: 1

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