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Post by cycladelic on February 6th 2015, 2:42 am

Below are four choices for the design of the 8" card to promote the upcoming exhibition I'm arranging here in Taiwan.

All looked really good, but in the end I opted for the bottom one. The Chinese font was changed to a more stylish one - it's not a direct translation of 'Cool and Collected' as that phrase would just get lost.

The two areas of 'pottery' will be glossy, while the pink-red area and text will be matt.

If anyone would like to get a card, just PM me with an address and once they're printed up I'll pop one in the post.









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Post by dantheman on February 6th 2015, 5:55 am

very cool Graham, I look forward to seeing pics of the event Most Excellent

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Post by denbydump on February 6th 2015, 6:55 pm

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"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."

That's great to have a signed one CD, it puts a firm time-frame on these pieces.
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Post by dantheman on February 9th 2015, 2:23 pm






Here's a slipware bowl by guy sydenham made from the same black stoneware clay

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Poole Studio Charger

Post by dantheman on February 10th 2015, 1:01 pm

I haven't bought any Poole for quite a while but when this came up in auction I couldn't resist, I have admired it for many years and now it's mine. Cheeky




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Post by mandrake1000 on February 11th 2015, 1:24 am

dantheman wrote:I haven't bought any Poole for quite a while but when this came up in auction I couldn't resist, I have admired it for many years and now it's mine. Cheeky


Fantastic plate, Dan. Is it a studio piece and what is the diameter?
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Post by dantheman on February 11th 2015, 1:13 pm

Thanks Nige,
Yes it's a studio charger 34cm diam

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woman on the beach

Post by dantheman on February 20th 2015, 11:23 am

the charger arrived today and is way better than is looks in the photo's Jumping For Joy
the firing was perfect so there's lots of texture and depth plus the colours are just electric.
The potting is also thinner than my other Poole Chargers and has a number 5 stamped into the base?
it is stamped with the 1964 - 1966 POOLE STUDIO - ENGLAND blue stamp

I need to ask Tony Morris about this one as I'm almost certain he made it




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Post by mandrake1000 on February 20th 2015, 10:42 pm

Jealous Dan ... very jealous ... a cracker of a plate ... !
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Post by dantheman on February 20th 2015, 10:47 pm

thanks Nige, it's the best Poole I have bought in ages

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Re: Poole Pottery 1960-1980 Part One

Post by lindylou08 on February 28th 2015, 1:28 pm

I recently picked up these two small bowls. When I started looking I realised they were Aegean but I've been unable to find much on line about them. The only reference I found was to a larger version ( 486).
These have the pattern 587 on reverse , the Poole mark for 1966-80 ? and a decorators mark. They have slightly different patterns . Diameter 12cm
Can anyone help with age and the name of the decorator??

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Post by l33ham180 on February 28th 2015, 1:44 pm

hi, These are the Sienna range rather than Aegean. not sure who the decorator is either.

cheers lee
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Post by dantheman on February 28th 2015, 2:40 pm

Donna Brogan 1977 - 1979

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Post by dantheman on March 7th 2015, 2:11 pm

medieval calendar series charger, designed by Tony Morris



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Post by dantheman on March 22nd 2015, 9:18 am



I recently bought this blue stamped (1966) shape 45 pin dish, I'm not sure who decorated it but I'm guessing Betty Banten.
Perhaps the saucer collectors can enlighten me

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Post by denbydump on March 22nd 2015, 12:03 pm

Jean Millership I think Dan
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Post by dantheman on March 22nd 2015, 4:02 pm

thanks DD Excellent yes it does look like her monogram

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Post by mandrake1000 on March 23rd 2015, 11:36 pm

I would have to concur Dan ... looks very much like Jean Millership signature ... having said that the design is not really like her usual style ...
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Post by dantheman on March 24th 2015, 11:55 am

that's the problem with 49ers,not enough room for a clear monogram

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Post by l33ham180 on April 5th 2015, 11:51 am

just seeing the prices of what Atlantis is selling for at the moment and I am thinking maybe I should sell my collection. average price at the moment is around 150 of a average/nice piece.
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Is it Jm ??

Post by brin mcardle on April 19th 2015, 6:41 pm

Nice triangular Aegean Plate...Numbered 81 and signed JM....Any ideas of date and designer





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Post by ppcollectables on April 20th 2015, 9:31 am

Probably Jacqueline Mackenzie '72 - '77. Aegean range lasted from about 1972 - 1980, originally it was going to replace Delphis but as Delphis continued to sell well the two ranges continued side by side. Its brown/orange palette reflects the colours that were fashionable in the mid 70's.
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Post by l33ham180 on April 25th 2015, 11:42 am

popped up the Antique fair near Ipswich this morning and grabbed a couple of bits.

first a very nice and very early spear by Jean Millership





the second is a unusual #3 8" plate by Carolyn Bartlett



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Re: Poole Pottery 1960-1980 Part One

Post by cycladelic on April 28th 2015, 6:34 am

The exhibition opened at the weekend here in Taiwan, with around 150 pieces on show at the country's Yingge Ceramics Museum - Yingge is the Stoke on Trent of the island.

Here are a few snaps to give you an idea...











Hopefully some Taiwanese will become interested in Poole - very few know anything about the company at the moment. I met with the museum's PR woman today (see the fourth photo above) and she'll be sending out a press release to the local newspapers.
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Re: Poole Pottery 1960-1980 Part One

Post by cycladelic on April 30th 2015, 3:30 pm

Many thanks for the positive comments.

It's hard to get good shots under the halogen lighting, and with most of the pieces behind covers... but here are a few more snaps:







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