A Large Monteith, 2002

This is a traditional silver form intended for cooling wine glasses in iced water with their stems feet kept out of the water by the crenellations. This form has been modernised by Wally Keeler using his Whieldon style glaze. His ‘signature’ of a concentric circle moulding has been put to use in a grand decorative pattern. Do not how the patches of colour are completely in rhythm with the form. The form was thrown on a wheel, but transformed later into a more oval shape.

Height 7 1/2" (19cm)
Width 10 5/8" (27cm)


Private Collection, London, 2010



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