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Beth face pot - Kevin Francis circa 2001

Beth face pot produced by Kevin Francis Ceramics of Stoke-on-Trent, England, circa 2001. A witch is a person thought to have magic powers, especially evil ones, popularly depicted as a woman wearing a black cloak and pointed hat and flying on a broomstick. "Double, double toil and trouble Fire burn, and cauldron bubble" is a rhyming couplet from Shakespeare’s play, "Macbeth", chanted by the supernatural three witches. It is among the most quoted lines from Shakespeare, mainly because of its sing-song rhythm and its rhyming.

Maker:

Kevin Francis Face Pots

England

circa 2001

Model #:

Derivative

face pot

Size:

Height:

2"

Beth face pot - Kevin Francis circa 2001
Beth face pot - Kevin Francis circa 2001
Beth face pot - Kevin Francis circa 2001
Beth face pot - Kevin Francis circa 2001
Beth face pot - Kevin Francis circa 2001
Beth face pot - Kevin Francis circa 2001
Beth face pot - Kevin Francis circa 2001
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