Moorcroft Daffodils Of Olde Vase



Daffodil designs are one of the oldest Moorcroft blooms, first making their debut in Florian Ware (1897-1913) in the days when William Moorcroft was employed by James Macintyre & Co. Designer Emma Bossons has reimagined an old daffodil design holding shallow cupped soft-yellow trumpets with reflexed petals around the rim as sword-tipped foliage curls around the base and up the slender art nouveau shape. Daffodils unfurl into a shower of gold at the base of the vase, with the neck holding foliage that curls like periscopes peeping up from the ground.
Size H 27.5cm
Designed by Emma Bossons Numbered Edition

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