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Fulham Pottery is the common theme in this section, which we have titled as Constance Spry, whose name has become almost synonymous with the output of Fulham Pottery.
Many of these iconic and practically shaped flower containers were produced both from her own designs and those of other famous designers of the time with much of the output used by her and displayed in her iconic Mayfoir shop.
We continue to celebrate the legacy and innovation of Spry, who, from the late 1920s up until her death in 1960, dominated British floristry, creating displays that were sophisticated, daring and always unexpected.
To read more of our thoughts on Spry, please click here
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