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Post by NaomiM on November 10th 2015, 8:01 pm

Briglin mug. Unmarked. The second one below in the thumbnails had the stamp but was too badly cracked to keep.







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Post by NaomiM on November 28th 2015, 4:29 pm

Briglin pin dish. Briglin stamped upside down on the foot rim






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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by 22 Crawford St. on February 14th 2016, 10:48 pm

It's so helpful to have original material like this catalogue of Briglin's 'Standardwares'. As far as I can tell it dates from about 1976.

if anyone has any other printed material then please contact me.

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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by denbydump on March 18th 2016, 3:54 pm

An oddball item, rather crudely made, 4 in high.



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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by r-and-f on April 27th 2016, 7:30 pm

A cute little Briglin pin dish, 9 cms across, with a baby bear.  Haven't seen one like this before.



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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by 22 Crawford St. on April 27th 2016, 7:56 pm

DD - I used to think the rolled top were storage jars but on that brochure from 1976 similar items as yours are described as "brush pots"

R&F - Early these. They keep coming in unusual animals like your little bear. Certainly 50s. Not seen a bear before but they did the whole gamut.
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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by r-and-f on April 27th 2016, 10:58 pm

Thank you 22CS. Amazed to have found something that isn't in your collection!
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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by 22 Crawford St. on April 27th 2016, 11:49 pm

In my defence I did start collecting when no one else wanted it. It was very cheap 10 years ago.  Top quality Briglin seems thinner on the ground now.

There are some other 'hoarders' out there, the difference is that they keep their collection in a vault in the basement locked away and hidden whilst I generously share mine online for all to see.
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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by r-and-f on April 28th 2016, 11:57 am

No reason to be defensive about such a wonderful collection and such exceptional knowledge and expertise shared willingly with us amateurs and dabblers!
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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by denbydump on April 28th 2016, 12:35 pm

My collection is here:

http://www.magicfabric.magix.net/public/pottery/briglin.htm
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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by 22 Crawford St. on April 28th 2016, 9:00 pm

Yes DD, you are one of the gentleman collectors I always enjoy your site.
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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by racoons4life on May 10th 2016, 2:14 pm

What do you think of these pair of Briglin Penguins? As I've never seen these one's before? As Briglin Penguins are rare enough as it is!

Anyone got any idea on their value?

 

   

 

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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by NaomiM on May 10th 2016, 3:44 pm

Briglin demitasse cups and saucers blue glazed white clay rather than the usual terracotta






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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by racoons4life on May 10th 2016, 3:47 pm

NaomiM wrote:Briglin demitasse cups and saucers blue glazed white clay rather than the usual terracotta






NaomiM, thanks for the pictures of your cup and saucers, they are really elegant!

What do you think of my pair of Penguins?
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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by NaomiM on May 10th 2016, 3:48 pm

racoons4life wrote:What do you think of these pair of Briglin Penguins? As I've never seen these one's before? As Briglin Penguins are rare enough as it is!

Anyone got any idea on their value?



The penguins are really nice. We dont give valuations but to get an idea of value check the Completed and especially the Sold listings on eBay. If they're particularly rare you may need to save it as a search and wait a while until one comes up for sale.

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Post by 22 Crawford St. on May 10th 2016, 9:59 pm

I saw Walter write the best explanation of why many prefer not to give valuations. Too high and it causes problem and too low is trouble also. 

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http://italianpotterymarks.freeforums.org/the-reasons-i-do-not-offer-my-opinion-on-values-t1728.html

Racoon - the penguins are early 50s as most Briglin penguins - You did not post a back photo, or a full base photo and I'm having trouble understanding how big they are? 100mm? Need something for scale? I have seen similar bookends before. Not sure if they have slot in the back? = moneyboxes? No photo.  Shrugs Not many come up on ebay. Undamaged pair is good. The 'cuter' they are and the more 'personality' they have the battery they sell. Same with most animals.

N - Probably a remnant of a coffee set. Never seen a full set or even the teapot for this. Usually comes in olive and pale colours so never seen this bright colour before on an tea set (I think). Seem to think I have seen commitments sets is this blue. You normally find just one perhaps two cups - remnants - all that is left. Odd to find four. Studio pottery has an olive x4 also. I don't have any but I'm mostly after full sets nowadays. My assumption because that these are early 50s and got used to hell with not many made. 

Thank you both for posting .... both interesting to me. Most Excellent

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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by NaomiM on May 10th 2016, 10:27 pm

Value is simply what someone is prepared to pay on the day and is not necessarily what someone is prepared to take. It is usually a range depending on whether the market is on the boil or off the boil or it's a Monday or a full moon, so one cannot be specific. Google Briglin penguins and you'll see a range of values. None are right; none are wrong. Somewhere in one or more of Admin's introductary pinned posts it says we don't give valuations. There are good reasons for this.


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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by dantheman on May 10th 2016, 10:43 pm

given the present volitility in the market I see no value in discussing .....well values

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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by 22 Crawford St. on May 15th 2016, 10:07 pm

Yes Dan, values go up and down. like .... can't thing of anything?  Shrugs 


I'm worried - Never 'collect' just because you don't have one of these.... it's a very bad reason to buy.

I've started buying because I have to have all the different colours .....so I do have a piece of early blue briglin...

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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by DAVID24/5 on June 3rd 2016, 10:26 pm

Briglin Robert the Bruce dish by Tony Barson


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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by 22 Crawford St. on June 3rd 2016, 10:34 pm

Spot on David - the signed pieces are some of the most sought after. Not seen one of these before and I doubt I'll see another. Lovely...got any more?
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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by studio-pots on June 4th 2016, 9:15 am

Alan Wallwork was a good friend of Tony's and at one time tried to get various people interesting in publishing a book about him, his life and work, without success.

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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by 22 Crawford St. on June 4th 2016, 7:31 pm

SP yes it's a big shame that I can find nothing online about Tony Barson. He's just dropped off the radar. His pieces sell very well on eBay but come up infrequently. All the knowledge is lost apparently? All the pieces I have seen are individual and quirky but there seems to be low volume. .. a great pity that that book was not written.
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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by DAVID24/5 on June 5th 2016, 10:52 am

22CS - no I'm not really a collector, I don't have any more at the moment. The Robert the Bruce dish is destined for a well-known online auction website - you know the one!
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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by dantheman on June 5th 2016, 11:17 am

unless it is bought before you get the chance....

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