Fluted shape in Wedgwood blue vitreous body, not glazed, about 10" tall, made at the request of Ken Lord, approximately 200 made. Body produced by Cameron Brown Sr by trial and error using an old recipe book bought by his grandfather for one pound from William Bourne, a Burslem potter noted as being the first to produce bone china.
The interesting thing about this vase is that it is not numbered KV*** as you would expect for a vase designed and made for Ken Lord. It is actually numbered SV 201 (Sargoods Vase number 1). Does this mean that Gail Henry's information about this vase was incorrect? Maybe Cam Brown just mis-remembered who he made it for?