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Post by dantheman on July 21st 2016, 7:48 pm

Early Atlantis range bowl by Bea Bolton and Guy Sydenham




16cm diameter


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Post by dantheman on July 21st 2016, 7:53 pm



same size Atlantis bowl by Bea Bolton


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Post by cycladelic on July 22nd 2016, 2:03 am

Three 6" vases from the early 1970s.

The one in the middle was thrown and the others were slip-cast.

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Post by dantheman on July 22nd 2016, 11:20 am

I have owned this 11cm tall hand thrown,carved stoneware goblet for over a decade now but †still I know very little about it? The style and glaze are similar to the 1977 Jubilee ware.





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Re: Poole Pottery 1960-1980 Part Two

Post by denbydump on July 28th 2016, 12:33 pm

Today's charity find, a pretty little rice bowl, blue dolphin/magnolia back, decorated by
Carolyn Bartlett, 1962-65.



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Post by Celtic_Fan on August 21st 2016, 2:25 pm

Picked this up today, no monogramme so no idea who painted it.

Haven't a clue if it's a good/poor/run of the mill example, but it was cheap.




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Post by dantheman on August 21st 2016, 3:58 pm

it was correctly priced C_F

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Poole Aegean OWL Charger (41 cm) HR

Post by pendulum27 on September 3rd 2016, 5:46 pm

Hello - my first post here.
Looking for any further info about this Poole charger with a magnificent owl and moon design in moody brown/green with flecks of blue and with yellow feet.




I chose the recommended image size for forums - hope that's OK.

Thanks for any help.
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Post by denbydump on September 3rd 2016, 6:26 pm

Welcome 27, great pix.
Nice plate, although it looks like HR, i think it could Karen Ryall 1978-79.

Get rid of that bloody plate hanger!
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Post by pendulum27 on September 3rd 2016, 7:20 pm

Thanks to denbydump for the really quick response, compliments on my pix (taken using my cheap Chinese smartphone), suggestion of Karen Ryall (I shall investigate) and advice re the nasty plate hanger ('tis gone).

In fact, I had a quick look on Rob's Poole Pottery site and found this image for Karen Ryall's mark.



It looks quite different to the mark on the back of the Owl plate I have, even the shape of the R. I suppose it's possible that her mark may have changed?

Any further info. gratefully received.
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Post by denbydump on September 3rd 2016, 7:33 pm

Her mark shown in the Poole book is pretty close to yours.

The long tail on the "R".....

there are several Poole experts on here so I'm sure we will nail it!
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Re: Poole Pottery 1960-1980 Part Two

Post by gareth-h on September 9th 2016, 9:53 pm

This one's had me intrigued for a few days. Thing is, it is rather unusual for Aegean in that it is multi-coloured and rather nicely and elaborately decorated. This indicates an early piece (1970 - 74) as once Poole introduced the Ionian range in 1974 Aegean was restricted to less decorative (and cheaper) finishes.

Which brings us to the mark. It does not look much like Karen Ryall's mark and she was not at Poole pre-1974 in any case. There is no other recorded mark that looks anything like this though.

However, there is a list of known unknowns ("They also made their mark", Collectors Club Magazine Summer 1997). One of these is Helen Robinson from 1973, although she is listed as a Delphis paintress. Nevertheless she has the right initials and was there at the right time.

So although I cannot be certain I think there is a good chance this is her mark. If anyone finds another one let me know!


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Re: Poole Pottery 1960-1980 Part Two

Post by dantheman on September 12th 2016, 8:55 am



Poole pottery kept records of their glaze trials over the many decades,here's a pic showing one of their many journals

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Re: Poole Pottery 1960-1980 Part Two

Post by ppcollectables on September 28th 2016, 3:30 pm

Did anyone else spot the auction lot of 3 x studio vases in the Lacy Scott and Knight general sale. 2 x shape 25's and a shape 27. I asked for a condition report and a couple of hrs later they were withdrawn. One has to ask what a lot worth £1500+ was doing in a general sale in the first place.
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Post by dantheman on September 28th 2016, 3:46 pm

I also valued them at over £1500 and planned to attend the auction

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Post by ppcollectables on September 28th 2016, 5:19 pm

I've just had a reply from LSK which said they will be entered into a 20th cent design sale but their email stated that next such sale was March 2017. If I was the seller I'd go elsewhere. I guess they'll re-surface somewhere. The point to all this is 'that there is still stuff out there'.
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Post by dantheman on September 28th 2016, 5:47 pm

and always use an appropriate auctioneer when selling valuable goods

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Post by Mordeep on September 28th 2016, 5:53 pm

I too spotted those vases. I think they got tipped off by the interest they had in them. No one asks for condition reports on your average general sale ceramics unless they have spotted something worth the effort. When the auctioneers get tipped off with a few condition reports like that they often amend or withdraw the lot. If it was a small error they would have let it slide a big one I doubt they would It's why I inspect in person or skip. †An example if that is this lot that sold yesterday.

https://www.the-saleroom.com/en-gb/auction-catalogues/chiswick-auctions/catalogue-id-srchis10277/lot-abf8fce5-6055-4b9e-8abe-a68a00bc1ee9

Went for over twice the estimate. †

I bid £120 and didn't get it. The elephant is damaged, the small carter covered bowl is stained and missing the top. The big flower bowl badly crackled and stained. The lovely bowl with the deer sounds awful when tapped, crunchy like a loose egg shell. It's a hairline city item but a great image for display. The only undamaged item is the brown carter vase and it is a depressing colour. I hope the winning bidder has a good restorer and chucks them all on eBay as I want the deer bowl. I suspect they will be disappointed though.
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Post by l33ham180 on September 30th 2016, 5:42 pm

not sure if anybody had a reply about the condition of those 3 vases but i had a reply from my mate who works there and he said they had a few small chips .
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Post by l33ham180 on September 30th 2016, 5:46 pm







sorry about the size of them . had this turn up today . unsigned but in perfect condition
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Post by dantheman on September 30th 2016, 5:59 pm

I like the colourway

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Post by ppcollectables on October 2nd 2016, 6:04 pm

I saw the spear and was surprised no one seemed to be bidding on it.
As to the Chiswick lot, it looked good but pieces of that age need looking at in person and I couldn't be bothered to go to Chiswick and bid.
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Post by mandrake1000 on October 2nd 2016, 8:33 pm

dantheman wrote:I like the colourway

agreed ... Happy
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Post by cycladelic on October 3rd 2016, 7:15 am

Nice Spear!

This blue-mark dish has similar glazes...

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Post by NaomiM on October 13th 2016, 9:40 pm

Couple of Poole pedestal bowls, shape no. 38







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