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William Moorcroft Rare Claremont Mushroom Design Art Pottery Jug Dated 1914



A rare William Moorcroft Claremont pattern jug of tall conical shape with a moulded handle and funnel shaped top with large pouring spout. The jug is hand decorated with tubelined mushrooms in streaked blue, red and yellow glazes on a green ground. Probably retailed by Liberty & Co the vase has a green signature and impressed MOORCROFT BURSLEM along with a painted date mark 1914. The jug is offered in excellent original condition.


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This seller offers a thoughtfully curated collection of watches and jewelry from brands like Rolex, Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels. It also has an extensive array of handbags by Chanel, Hermès and other top fashion houses, as well as exceptional art and design pieces. The firm’s team is passionate about refurbishing and servicing watc...

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