The egg cup has a waisted form that extends upward and flares out, in, and out again to form the lip of the cup. The cups are glazed and shift in color from a light brown to a dark brown. The egg cups are decorated with irregular lines (either dark or light brown) that extend horizontally around the form. The egg cups have a flat lip. The interiors of the cup are also glazed and feature similar horizontal lines that correspond in placement with the exterior. The bottom of the base is unglazed off-white stoneware.

Egg Cups

David Puxley, Wedgwood

1964-1967