No 38: Globular vase, 1955 (P.74.107)
A similar form to No.37, this example bears cut decoration and dates from a few year later. It is made of light-coloured stoneware and partly covered in manganese pigment inside and out; the exterior is cut with vertical sgraffito lines through which the body clay appears. The lower half of the interior is coverd with a transparent glaze. Both pots were bequeathed to the Crafts Study Centre by Robin and Heather Tanner.