17 March 2016
A ZITAN ROOT-FORM WATER POT AND COVER
The water pot is of roughly circular form and raised on four short, root-form feet. The exterior and cover are carved in imitation of root wood, the design incorporating inclusions of sapwood.
4 in. (10.2 cm.) wide
Nicholas Grindley, London, 2006
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N. Grindley, Nicholas Grindley, London, March 2006, no. 6.
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