The scroll is a tribute to a motif from The Book of Symbols. It stems from a European serving dish from 1655.

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“Hidden from the impious, a perfect rose blossoms out of the Grail in the middle of an enclosed garden. [..] The artist of some five centuries ago has conveyed the ideas of wholeness, center, vessel and source. The word ‘grail’ is derived from the French graal and medieval Latin, gradale, ‘in stages’, the name given to a serving dish on which courses were brought in turn throughout the meal.”

Matthews, John. The Grail; Quest for the Eternal. NY 1981.
Page 786 in The Book of Symbols.

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Stoneware, dotted.
Slip inlay.
Cobolt stain.


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