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Welcome to Moorcroft Pottery Limited Editions
You only have to hold in your hands any one of the following works to realise why they are limited editions. The color, detail, design, and size set these pieces apart form the rest of the Moorcroft Pottery. They will be prized indeed in years to come.

Blakeney Mallow Vase$1268.00
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Blakeney Mallow Vase

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Shape 398/14
Limited Edition of 350
Height: 14 inches
Artist: Sarah-Brummell-Bailey
Status: In Stock
'Blakeney Mallow' has been drawn in the ornamental 'Art Nouveau' style that flourished between about 1890 and 1910 throughout Europe and the United States. The distinguishing characteristic of Art Nouveau is its undulating, asymmetrical line, often taking the form of flower stalks and buds, vine tendrils, insect wings, and other delicate and sinuous natural objects.
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Isle Royale Vase$5684.00
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Isle Royale Vase

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Isle Royale Vase
Shape 18/16
Limited Edition of 100
Height: 16 inches
Artist: Anji Davenport
Status: October Delivery
Inspiration for Isle Royale came to designer Anji Davenport from artist Robert Bateman's 1955 painting - Descending Shadows Timber Wolves - in which a pack of seven gray wolves are seen emerging from the depths of a dark, snow covered fir forest. This superb painting spurred Anji to discover more about wolves, animals that Bateman considers to be - possibly the single most popular of wildlife art in North America-. Wolves first colonized Lake Superiors Isle Royale National Park in the late 1940s, after a few had walked to the island across a stretch of the lake often frozen over by the iron-cold winter frosts. During the millennium year, the wolf population swelled to twenty-four, although a recent, dramatic decline has reduced the population to a mere fourteen  

River of Dreams Vase$1086.00
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River of Dreams Vase

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River of Dreams Vase
Shape 121/14
Limited Edition of 350
Height: 14 inches
Artist: Sarah Cowan
Status: In Stock
This beautiful vase was inspired by the Japanese-style bridge that French Impressionist artist, Claude Monet, built in his garden in Giverny. The original bridge was built over a pond by diverting a local river. Monet depicted this pond tirelessly in his paintings until 1926. The garden non-constrained asymmetries and interesting curves contain an abundance of weeping willows, bamboo, wisterias and other colorful flowers. His garden continues to provide inspiration to 21st century artists as is evidant in Sarah's innovative design. It features flag irises and other riverbank plants, creating a surreal image that is both dramatic and pleasing to the eye.  

Scarlet Cloud Vase$1600.00
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Scarlet Cloud Vase

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Scarlet Cloud Vase
Shape 398/14
Limited Edition of 300
Height: 14 inches
Artist: Rachel Bishop
Status: In Stock
Over the ages, red poppies have been a symbol of fertility and the eternal cycle of death and rebirth. The Assyrians called them - the daughters of the field- and for the Romans they were the sacred plant of their crop goddess Ceres. Poppies probably reached Britain mixed up with the corn seed of the first Neolithic settlers. In the late middle ages they were called corn roses and because of their profusion on Flanders Field in the First World War, they have come to symbolize Remembrance. Brightly coloured wild poppies set against a vibrant blue summer sky create a scarlet cloud in this stunning limited edition vase by Rachel Bishop.  

Moorcroft Pottery Chapada Toucan Vase$1396.00
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Chapada - Toucan Vase

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Chapada - Toucan
Shape 46/10 Height:10 inches
Moorcroft Pottery Limited Edition of 350
Artist: Sian Leeper
Status: In Stock
This design is part of a pair of vases featuring Brazilian birds. The first vase has a Red-billed Toucan, a Scarlet Tanager and a Blue-crowned Trogon. The seconds vase has a Sun Conure, a Purple Honeycreeper and a Swallow-tailed Manakin. Chapada dos Veadeiros is the name of a Brazilian National Park famous for its wildlife. A region of outstanding beauty where the vegetation is as rich as the exotic and rare birds that inhabit it.  

Moorcroft Pottery Chapada Sun Conure Vase$1396.00
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Chapada - Sun Conure Vase

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Chapada - Sun Conure
Shape 46/10 Height:10 inches
Moorcroft Pottery Limited Edition of 350
Artist: Sian Leeper
Status: In Stock
This design is part of a pair of vases featuring Brazilian birds. The first vase has a Red-billed Toucan, a Scarlet Tanager and a Blue-crowned Trogon. This vase has a Sun Conure, a Purple Honeycreeper and a Swallow-tailed Manakin. Chapada dos Veadeiros is the name of a Brazilian National Park famous for its wildlife. A region of outstanding beauty where the vegetation is as rich as the exotic and rare birds that inhabit it.  

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