Did you know that every Moorcroft Vase design is applied by hand?
First artists apply a tracing of the design to the vase using a transfer process.
Then the artist uses a tube-lining technique to prepare the vase for painting. Tube-lining is the process where artists trace the transferred design on the vase with a special slip. This gives each piece a unique raised edge design.
Painters then use special techniques to paint within the lines.
It might seem like a simple process but it takes almost two years of training to graduate from smaller flat trays to larger rounded vases.
Anna Lily Moorcroft Vase - Shape 83/8 Made in England
Apricots Moorcroft Vase - Shape 62/7 Made in England
Blackwell Moorcroft Vase - Shape 104/6 Made in England
Blue Lagoon Moorcroft Vase - Shape 80/9 Limited Edition of only 150 made in England pieces
Bramble Revisited Moorcroft Ginger Jar - Shape 769/4 Made in England
Butterfly Collection Moorcroft Vase - Shape 04/6 Made in England
Colours Of Kiribati Moorcroft Vase – Shape 355/5 Made in England
Debden Lane Moorcroft Vase – Shape 85/8 Made in England
DP Study in White Moorcroft Vase – Shape 226/7 Very Rare Limited Edition of only 30 made in England pieces
Entwined Moorcroft Vase - Shape 159/10 Made in England
Fowlers Farmyard Chicken Moorcroft Vase – Shape 3/5 Made in England
Fowlers Farmyard Goose Moorcroft Vase – Shape 226/7 Made in England
Fowlers Farmyard Sheep Moorcroft Vase – Shape 72/6 Made in England