Tony Clee Pottery, Eton Windsor

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Tony Clee Pottery, Eton Windsor

Post by NaomiM on May 26th 2015, 1:44 am

Farnham Maltings dish by Tony Clee, stamped Clee Pottery, Eton, Windsor

Found this online:


Tony Clee started potting in 1958 in Kent, then started his own studio pottery, Clee Pottery in Eton, Windsor where he remained for over 30 years until he retired to Cornwall.











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Re: Tony Clee Pottery, Eton Windsor

Post by NaomiM on May 26th 2015, 1:58 am

http://jam-eton.co.uk/blog/jam-eton-a-history-of-81-high-street-eton/

Tony Clee bought the building in the mid 1950’s and ran Clee Pottery as a co-operative whilst making much of the domestic ware himself. In 1994 we bought the building, and continued the tradition, installing new kilns and a working pottery run by Jacqueline Norris (Turner). Jacqueline continued making pots for a further ten years until the running of the gallery took over full time.

Mike and Jacqueline Turner still run the business as a gallery, showcasing other eminent potters’ work as well as glass artists, printmakers and jewellers.


see:

http://www.20thcenturyforum.com/t12701-jaqueline-norris-eton-applied-arts-eton-berks

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