A rare, exceptional and probably unique Arts & Crafts pottery vase decorated in red lustre glazes by Annie Ollier and dating from around 1900. The vase is of round cylindrical shape with a narrower foot and short narrower top rim. The vase is hand-painted with six oval topped Gothic shaped panels set within dark borders with floral designs painted to the upper elements. Each panel is hand-painted in red lustre glazes on a pale brown ground and contains a bat flying in a landscape, three panels with various birds, one standing amidst shrubbery, another perched on a branch and the third a wading bird in a pond; a further panel contains a flock of geese flying through a night sky while the final panel is decorated with pine cone like fruits on branches. The vase has a printed BERNARD MOORE mark to the base along with a small monogram mark for Annie Ollier.