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Craw Pottery Isle Of Arran Scottish Studio 'stag' Dish 1960s For Sale

Craw Pottery Isle Of Arran Scottish Studio 'stag' Dish 1960s

Craw Pottery Isle of Arran Scottish Studio 'Stag' Dish 1960s

An Art Pottery Studio square Dish with rounded corners with a superb stylised freehand-drawn Stag and Doe red deer in a Scottish landscape. Hand-painted backstamp: "Craw Isle of Arran Hand Made"

8" 20cm square 1.5" 35mm deep. In excellent, perfect condition

The Craw near Lochranza. Isle of Arran, was formerly a popular pottery workshop in the 1960s &1970s and was originally a croft built back in the 1800s. Perched 100m high on the steep hillside between Catacol and mid Thunderguy, it is now a private residence

Arran or the Isle of Arran (Scots Gaelic: Eilean Arainn) is the largest island in the Firth of Clyde, Scotland. With an area of 432 square kilometres (167 sq miles) it is the seventh largest Scottish island. It is in the unitary council area of North Ayrshire. In the 2001 census it had a resident population of 5,058. Although it is culturally and physically similar to the Hebrides, it is separated from them by the Kintyre peninsula. Arran is mountainous and has been described as a "geologist's paradise".

Arran has been continuously inhabited since the early Neolithic period, and numerous prehistoric remains have been found. From the 6th century onwards, Goidelic-speaking peoples from Ireland colonised the island and it became a centre of religious activity. During the troubled Viking Age, Arran became the property of the Norwegian crown before becoming formally absorbed by the kingdom of Scotland in the 13th century. The 19th century "clearances" led to significant depopulation and the end of the Gaelic language and way of life.

The economy and population have recovered in recent years, the main industry being tourism. There is diversity of wildlife, including three species of tree endemic to the area.



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