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The spitfire vase
A stunning piece from the Heritage collection 2019.
Marking the Spitfire, and Reginald Mitchell the designer, who was born in Stoke-on-Trent in 1895 in Talke.
Here in the Potteries we continue to celebrate this famous aircraft designer and the developer of the spitfire, one of the best-known fighters in World War II, he is known to locals as “The son of Stoke-on-Trent.”
Hand painted with a background of bottle kilns, with an impacting spitfire reminiscent of the RW388, housed in the Potteries museum, Hanley, a real silver material has been added to this design which is in it’s stationary position, with the roundel identification mark as part of the design on the front..
On the back i added poppies as a mark of respect for the fallen heroes in the style of Clarice Cliff, another famous designer born in Stoke-on-Trent.
Signed for authenticity by Emma Bailey 2019.
measures : 19.5 inches high.
material : earthenware made in Stoke-on-Trent.England.
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