Designed by three women, Truda Carter, Phoebe Stabler and Ruth Pavely, who were working for Poole in the early 20th century, the company was trading under the name Carter, Stabler, Adams – which is one of the marks you see on the bottom of this beautiful little pot.
In the 1920s, Poole experimented with pottery designs that used floral and animal motifs. These were very popular and became a hallmark of Poole pottery – what has become known as their Traditional Wares. They’re still very popular today, and are highly sought after by collectors. With subtle colours and art deco designs, they capture the spirit of the jazz age whilst also fitting well with contemporary schemes.
This 1925-1934 Poole vase is a timeless little beauty, and will continue to be forevermore.
In excellent condition.