The 'Mushroom' symbol on the base is the 'year cypher' for 2002 showing this as the actual year the pin dish was made.
A stunning design featuring a vivid floral display on a dark blue ground.
The Gold Jubilee design was considered to be of such high quality that consent was granted for the Royal Cypher to be shown on each item in the collection.
Emma Bossons joined Moorcroft at age 20 and quickly became a highly successful designer. She went on to become a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and her designs are now widely collected.
This pin dish is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or glaze crazing.
Available online only however if visiting the Antiques Centre please visit Cabinet 138 situated on the Lower Ground Floor to view other items of Moorcroft Pottery from early vintage pieces to more modern examples, plus a selection of collectibles and items of silverware.