Relief sculpted ceramic pot

Reissner & Kessel
Production date
Early 20th Century
A large earthenware pot with the sides deeply moulded with a relief scene of a woman with four goats and a cow. It is designed to hold pot plants. The bowl is coloured in yellows and greens with gold and mauve.
The base is impressed with "Amphora" in an oval and "T 4852".
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Miss Monica O Connell, to hold pot plants
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