Enamelled copper flower, based on fritillaria or fritillaries, with a wooden base. The base is made from wood and has been stained dark oak colour. The flower and leaves have been enamelled with vitreous enamel – the flower is white with a creamy pattern.
This flower is slightly discounted because it has a small flaw on one leaf. During brazing the enamel has rippled and it looks like a crack, though it isn’t because it’s curved. The flaw is only visible if you really look for it. I’ve shown it in one of the photos, near my finger.
The flower is about 19cm tall.
This flower (a fritillaria) featured in the Emporium section of Country Living magazine (‘February 2021’ issue).
The inside of the flower and the back of the leaves may have some marks or uneven enamel from how they’re supported in the kiln during enamelling. The enamel will also be uneven at the top of the petals because the flower is shaped as the last step.
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