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Post by dantheman on January 8th 2017, 12:30 pm

Guy is without doubt my favorite potter but much of the Poole pottery work did not spring from his fertile mind which is why I prefer the pottery he produced in later life when he was not financially driven and could fully express himself

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Post by truk10 on January 9th 2017, 12:38 pm

I agree. I suppose that's why I've gravitated towards his Studio Atlantis pieces where he was able to do his own thing without commercial constraints.
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Post by ppcollectables on February 23rd 2017, 8:10 am

I see that the 3 studio pots are coming up for auction at Lacy,Scott, Knight. I've spent quite a bit recently so I won't be bidding. Whilst I don't think it sensible to advertise when good stuff is coming up for sale I assume that all who are interested will already be aware.
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Post by l33ham180 on February 23rd 2017, 8:39 am

if anybody wants them collected and posted on at cost please let me know . it's only 20 minutes down the road from me . I will try and pop down before hand and do a detailed condition report on each piece . I am away when the auction is on and would not be about to collect and post until about the 22nd march
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Post by truk10 on February 23rd 2017, 1:45 pm

I think I'm in the same "lack of funds" boat after having spent heavily on a couple of paintings recently but will be interested to see what they go for as they very rarely come up for sale. I see that one already has bids over £500.
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Post by dantheman on February 23rd 2017, 9:16 pm

oh those were withdrawn from a general sale last year, the guide price was a little less then as I recall

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Poole Delphis Rocket Vase

Post by olipayton on February 24th 2017, 5:31 pm

A nice retro vase from Andree Fontana

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Post by NaomiM on March 2nd 2017, 9:34 pm

Nice colours.








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Post by dantheman on March 2nd 2017, 9:41 pm

blue stamp so early Delphis Excellent

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Post by NaomiM on March 2nd 2017, 10:20 pm

Cheers :)

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Large Poole vase - but by who?

Post by Johners2000 on March 3rd 2017, 9:36 am

I bought this damaged Poole vase because I really like the pattern. Sadly the underside/base is holed and so I can't read the shape number or the decorators mark. I wonder if any Poole experts out there could help me with the pattern name, decorator and shape number. And a date - which I guess is 1970s.

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Post by dantheman on March 3rd 2017, 10:13 am

Delphis from the 1970's , the height will give you the shape number but the paintress will remain a mystery without a monogram

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Post by mandrake1000 on March 3rd 2017, 9:33 pm

Nice colours on that plate Naomi ... good design too ... Happy
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Re: Poole Pottery 1960-1980 Part Two

Post by NaomiM on March 4th 2017, 12:14 am

Most Excellent

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Re: Poole Pottery 1960-1980 Part Two

Post by cycladelic on March 20th 2017, 2:16 am

Can anyone say what the following lots sold for at the Cottees auction at the weekend?

137 - vase

148 - vase

149 - bowl

183 - plate

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Re: Poole Pottery 1960-1980 Part Two

Post by olipayton on March 20th 2017, 6:37 am

If you like a nice burnt orange Aegean fish bowl shape 4, as I do, happy days my friends
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Post by dantheman on March 20th 2017, 10:34 am

I love it but looks like acid yellow on the pic?

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Post by ppcollectables on March 20th 2017, 4:05 pm

Re Cottees prices, lot 149 was £130 hammer, I think 148 was £190, don't know about 137 and lot 183 was either£420 or 440 - I think. Sorry to be a bit vague but I didn't note prices. I can be sure of 149 because I bought it. Prices will be published sometime or someone else can probably confirm other prices.
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Post by dantheman on March 20th 2017, 4:15 pm

I posted a link with all the results but it only lasted for the day of the auction Doh!

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Post by cycladelic on March 22nd 2017, 8:08 am

ppcollectables wrote:Re Cottees prices, lot 149 was £130 hammer, I think 148 was £190, don't know about 137 and lot 183 was either£420 or 440 - I think. Sorry to be a bit vague but I didn't note prices. I can be sure of 149 because I bought it.

Thanks, pp

Lot 149 was the one I would have bid on. I think you got it for a decent price.

I asked Cottees about that bottle vase, as I wondered if it was 'as made' -- the top looked as though it had been chopped off. I am sure I've seen similar vases with a flared rim.
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Post by ppcollectables on March 22nd 2017, 8:45 am

Someone who is quite well informed regarding studio pieces thought that the flat top may have been damaged and removed during manufacture as the top is neat and the internal glaze was applied afterwards.
I was happy with the price as I have paid quite a bit more for similar in the past.
Give it a week or so and check Cottees website for results.
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Post by cycladelic on March 29th 2017, 5:19 am

A 31cm-tall Studio vase.


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Re: Poole Pottery 1960-1980 Part Two

Post by dantheman on March 29th 2017, 9:02 am

rare to see both studio stamps

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Post by cycladelic on March 29th 2017, 9:31 am

dantheman wrote:rare to see both studio stamps

My guess is they weren't happy with the imprint, so stuck on a transfer.
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Post by truk10 on March 31st 2017, 6:59 pm

cycladelic wrote:A 31cm-tall Studio vase.


Stunning vase - I'm very jealous.

Interestingly, I have another studio piece with both the impressed TV mark and the TV stamp. Not sure what this means - maybe they did it on early items where they glazed the base in case the glaze obscured the impressed mark when it was fired.
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