William Moorcroft HAZELDENE SUGAR SHAKER C.1914


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An extremely rare example of Hazeldene on a sugar or possibly flour caster dating to 1914. I have seen the shape in pomegranate but never in Hazeldene. Superbly decorated with 6 sets of trees in a landscape in crisp clear colours. There is no damage to the body or lid but there is damage to the threads on the neck as pictured. The top still screws on perfectly so does not affect display. A very rare piece that measures 6.75" in height and is signed and dated to the base.

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