Jude Holdsworth Art Pottery Indian Faced Trinket Box

This is a beautiful handmade pottery trinket box. It is signed Jude Holdsworth and dated. I believe it says 1989.

It is beautifully made. The cover fits perfectly and dips down in the center to make it interesting looking. T are two indian style faces on the top, each facing a different direction with long flowing hair that intertwines and falls down the side of the box. T is one little star impressed into the pottery beside the two faces.

It is in nice shape with no chips or cracks. It stands about 3 1/4 inches high and about 3 1/4 inches wide.

The main color is a soft off white. The faces are a tan color.

This is a very beautiful piece.

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