Heavy and robust lidded kitchen storage pot by David Pritchard for Edinbane Pottery. It's very useful and would look great in a rustic kitchen. It could be used for tea bags, coffee, The piece has an averted rim and is decorated with circumferential rings around the body. It is glazed with mottled beige. This style of glaze is sometimes referred to as ‘tenmoku’ because of the oil slick effect it produces. The base is unglazed, revealing the underlying ceramic body to be beige stoneware. It is stamped on the edge with a rectangle containing the letters 'EP’. These are attributable to David Pritchard during his time at the Edinbane Pottery (1980 - 1987). It has a maximum height (including the lid) of pproximately 20cm, with a diameter across the rim of about 14cm and across the base of about 13.25cm. It weighs 1.3kg and is in excellent condition with no damage.