English Pot Lid Crossing the Brook Turner James Kent 1950s Historic Reproduction
This is a pot lid by James Kent, England depicting Crossing The Brook from a painting by Turner made during the 1950s for a series in tribute to famous British artists in conjunction with a major exhibit at the Tate Britain in London, England.
Pot lids were originally made as the covers of jars or pots of various substances from salves to food stuffs and are widely collected.
This porcelain pot lid measures 4.25 inches in diameter.
This pot lid is in perfect condition with no chips or cracks. Very attractive and collectible!
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