Vintage Toni Raymond Pottery Flour Dredger c.1970s
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This is a highly attractive handmade flour dredger by Toni Raymond Pottery.
The dredger flares out as it approaches the base. Just above the upper attachment of the handle the body is moulded with a ring, above which is a band of yellow ochre coloured glaze. The top is moulded in a discoid shape with a central ‘nipple’. Around this is a ring of eight holes for the flour to pass through.
The body of the dredger is hand painted with the word ‘FLOUR’, below which is a pair of stylised yellow flowers. On the reverse are two further stylised yellow flowers.
The base of the dredger has a central plastic bung. The edge is marked with the words ‘TONI RAYMOND POTTERY ENGLAND’ surrounding the flying bird logo.
It has a maximum height of approximately 13.5cm and a diameter at the base of about 9.7cm.
It is in excellent condition, considering its age, although it has some surface crazing to the glaze.
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