I really love this blending of English and Welsh styles. In Wales and Cornwall there is a tradition of unglazed pottery with piercings and cutouts and in England of glazed porcelain and china decorated with three dimensional flowers, leaves and fruit. In this piece from Clee Hill the potter has combined both traditions. the little pot is pierced and cut but it is also decorated with cutwork flowers and leaves. The clay used for the applied work was presumably white and has been coloured right through in pink and green. the whole thing is unglazed outside but glazed inside to make it hold water.