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Post by dantheman on November 7th 2014, 4:26 pm

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Post by cycladelic on November 10th 2014, 11:25 am

Here's the newspaper...

I have just got an email as a result of that photo. Here it is:

I work for an independent television production company called RDF Television and we make a number of high profile shows for all the major channels. We are currently producing the second series of Collectaholics for BBC2, a primetime show presented by antiques expert Mark Hill which explores peopleís passion for collecting.

We are looking for a ceramics collector to feature on the programme. Is this something that interests you? I'd love for us to feature a Poole Pottery collection.

I hope to speak to you soon.


I'll let you know how it pans out, but with me being over in Taiwan, it's doubtful they'll proceed.
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Post by NaomiM on November 10th 2014, 12:29 pm

Ooh, I love that programme. I hope you're in it. Most Excellent

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Post by cycladelic on November 10th 2014, 12:57 pm

NaomiM wrote:Ooh, I love that programme. I hope you're in it. Most Excellent

Yes, but they have got back to me and as I thought, me being over here is a problem: it's a no-go.

Who here wants their collection on telly?
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Post by dantheman on November 10th 2014, 1:02 pm

I couldn't spend time with that prick

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Re: Poole Pottery 1960-1980 Part One

Post by vanmann on November 28th 2014, 4:04 pm

Any information please on this small dish 13.5 cms diameter. I think that the mark suggests early 60s. Wondering about pattern and designer etc. The colour is actually much more vibrant than it appears in the photos. All thoughs appreciated

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Re: Poole Pottery 1960-1980 Part One

Post by dantheman on November 28th 2014, 5:12 pm

these are the least rare of all 1960's Poole studio, I think the glaze decoration was thought up by Guy Sydenham and Tony Morris but I read about them many years ago so can't be certain.
they came in 3 or 4 sizes and were made in great numbers so they remain the cheapest vintage Poole studio on the market

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Post by Davee on November 29th 2014, 9:12 am

I think the glaze was called sea crest, but I could be wrong.

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Post by dantheman on November 29th 2014, 11:45 am

yes they used the glaze on tableware later on and called it sea crest

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Post by cycladelic on November 30th 2014, 6:34 am

vanmann wrote:Any information please on this small dish 13.5 cms diameter. I think that the mark suggests early 60s.

I have a similar dish, with the earlier TV Studio mark.


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Post by cycladelic on December 11th 2014, 8:04 am

Here are two Studio chargers - both 13.5 inches across with the later mark:


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Post by l33ham180 on December 11th 2014, 8:14 am

i did see the top one for sale at a antique fair and they were asking £325 for it. the bloke knew nothing about it apart from it being a poole studio plate. think the bottom one was for sale in a auction somewhere when i was on holiday and sold pretty cheaply if i remember correctly.
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Post by cycladelic on December 11th 2014, 9:12 am

l33ham180 wrote:i did see the top one for sale at a antique fair and they were asking £325 for it. the bloke knew nothing about it apart from it being a poole studio plate. think the bottom one was for sale in a auction somewhere when i was on holiday and sold pretty cheaply if i remember correctly.

The top one came from James Miles on ebay a month or two ago, while the bottom one was via the Saleroom - just 60 quid, plus commission. It cost more than that to get it here.
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Re: Poole Pottery 1960-1980 Part One

Post by cycladelic on December 19th 2014, 4:36 am





Here's a shape 92 bowl with an unusual Poole mark.

My guess is it's from 1966, which is when I believe this shape was introduced.
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Post by cycladelic on December 29th 2014, 4:31 am


Here's a small vase with the late Studio mark, decorated by Patricia Churchouse.
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8 inch studio plate circa 1962, †decorated with an unusual colourway with thickly applied glazes

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Re: Poole Pottery 1960-1980 Part One

Post by cycladelic on January 23rd 2015, 5:32 am

dantheman wrote:

8 inch studio plate circa 1962

That's a very nice, subtle finish, Dan. It looks like a wax-resist piece.

I have a couple of similar 5-inch dishes with the earlier TV mark (That Studio mark is 1964-66) ...




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Re: Poole Pottery 1960-1980 Part One

Post by Potty on February 2nd 2015, 2:52 pm

Hopefully this is the correct Poole thread for this:









Anyone able to tell me anything about it please?

It's a little over 8 inches wide and made from a very dark clay.

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Post by dantheman on February 2nd 2015, 3:24 pm

yes it is the right thread Potty, the plate was part of the Delphis range but the black clay was very rare and was usually reserved for Guy Sydenham.

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Re: Poole Pottery 1960-1980 Part One

Post by denbydump on February 3rd 2015, 1:00 am

I'm just not convinced on this one Dan. Yes the colours are delphis glazes, but it
was never done in stoneware. No shape number, and the wrong mark.
Is the plate thrown or moulded? The back of the plate appears to have been
sprayed with the same Ice Green glaze used on the "Olympus" pieces.
I would put it down to a one-off or a trial piece myself.
Or there's an outside chance it just could be Atlantis.
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Post by Potty on February 3rd 2015, 1:35 am

denbydump wrote:Is the plate thrown or moulded?

To be honest it's very hard to tell, looking up-close at the back there does appear to be very faint hints of throwing lines. (well not throwing lines as such, but the faint lines you see after a potter has used one of those bendy comb-like tools to remove throwing lines)

Going by the weight, base and rim, I'd be inclined to think thrown by a good factory thrower, but I can't be sure. Doh!

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Post by cycladelic on February 3rd 2015, 2:59 pm

Anyone able to tell me anything about it please?

I have a similar plate. Mine has the paintress's mark and it's from 1966, and I guess yours is too, as the red glaze looks the same.
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Post by gareth-h on February 3rd 2015, 9:21 pm

These plates crop up from time to time. I have always understood they date from the late 1960's and were part of Guy Sydenham's Studio output (or maybe by the people he trained) and sold at the factory. You sometimes see vases, pebbles and other one off items in black clay, some with similar Delphis glazes.
Guy found these items very hard to sell and eventually came up with the Atlantis range, which was similar in concept but organised around defined shapes and options which were attractive to trade buyers.
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Post by cycladelic on February 4th 2015, 6:22 am





Here's a photo of mine. The back seems to have the same glaze and the mark belongs to Carol Holden, who worked at Poole between 1966 and 1969. I believe this is her earlier mark.

I used to also have a small bowl made from black clay that was decorated by Jean Millership, who worked at Poole the same time as Carol Holden.
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Post by Potty on February 4th 2015, 12:07 pm

Thanks all and thanks for the pictures Most Excellent

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