Chelsea Potters In The Chelsea Pottery

Potters at work, their completed wares - including large praying figurines, vases, dishes and jars - on the workbench before them, in the Chelsea Pottery in the Chelsea district of London, England, September 1954. Located on Radnor Walk, Founded by David Rawnsley, the Chelsea Pottery operated as an 'open studio', providing a space for potters to both work and learn. (Photo by Chris Ware/Keystone Feature/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Potters at work, their completed wares - including large praying figurines, vases, dishes and jars - on the workbench before them, in the Chelsea Pottery in the Chelsea district of London, England, September 1954. Located on Radnor Walk, Founded by David Rawnsley, the Chelsea Pottery operated as an 'open studio', providing a space for potters to both work and learn. (Photo by Chris Ware/Keystone Feature/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Chelsea Potters In The Chelsea Pottery
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Credit:
Chris Ware / Stringer
Editorial #:
1937353340
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Hulton Archive
Date created:
01 September, 1954
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