Tuesday, 22 February 2011


The above is one of the rarest Whitefriars vases, known as the Haemorrhoid vase and is Pattern number 9829 in the 1974 catalogue.  On the left is one in Lilac and on the right, one in Sage.  Also made in Kingfisher.  Height  is 13 inches. Photo  © www.whitefriars.org

Below, a photo of vases, clearly inspired by the Geoffrey Baxter vases, which were, made by OTK
Japan.  Height 10.25 inches.  They quite regularly appear on ebay as Whitefriars.  Caution! The two photos below of OTK (Japan) vases are                                               ©mid20c


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