{Photo taken indoors with no flash.  More photos below.}

Beautiful Moorcroft Pottery Design, circa: 1970s
Green-Glazed Pin Dish
Approximate Dimensions:
4 5/8" (11.75 cm) Diameter x .75" (1.9 cm) High

Source:  Atterbury, Paul (1993), Moorcroft: Revised Edition 1897-1993. Richard Dennis & Hugh Edwards (Publishers): The Old Chapel, Shepton Beauchamps, Somerset, England.

This is a wonderful green round pin dish from the 1970s featuring the pink HIBISCUS flower designed by Walter Moorcroft of the famous Moorcroft Pottery, Burslem, Stoke-On-Trent, England, founded by his father, William Moorcroft in the early 1900s.

Moocroft Pottery, Photo by DesertGold August 06
Photo from our personal visit to Moocroft Pottery in 2006

The center of the dish features the tubelined (slipstreamed) hibiscus flower with its delicate pink, green, and brown coloring on a green glaze background (for "hibiscus" see p. 137 of Moorcroft, Revised Edition 1897-1993 by Paul Atterbury.)

The bottom of the dish is impress-marked "Moorcroft Made in England".

Condition.  The dish is in very good condition with no chips, cracks, or restorations. It has, of course, some underglaze crazing which is common with the older Moorcroft Pottery pieces.
... a lovely piece for the collector of items from Her Majesty the Queen's Potter -- Moorcroft!
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