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briglin or not

Post by big ed on Sat Apr 02, 2011 4:33 pm



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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by big ed on Sat Apr 02, 2011 4:36 pm



Bought at charity shop for 2 , but not sure if it's briglin , I personally don't think so as the chamfered edge base normally seen on B pottery aint there , so any ideas ?
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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by TrippyPip on Mon Apr 04, 2011 9:26 am

Personally I think it's absolutely fine for Briglin and I'm fairly sure there's something in the Briglin book with the same glaze design - will double check for you Ed.
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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by studio-pots on Mon Apr 04, 2011 10:54 am

It is definitely not Rye Pottery but like TP I think that is could well be Briglin. It is not the usual dark terracotta and the edge isn't chamfered but they often forgot to mark their pieces and the style and decoration is very much Briglin. Can't be certain though.
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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by Davee on Mon Apr 04, 2011 11:18 am

I was basing my view on the colour of the clay, I know some of the earlier Briglin was made with a white clay but as you say SP, almost all is the dark Terracotta.

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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by TrippyPip on Mon Apr 04, 2011 3:10 pm

On page 69 of the Anthea Arnold Briglin book there are shown a few vases, planters and pots a couple of which are decorated with the same pattern as your vase Ed. The colour of the clay also looks fine to me for Briglin.
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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by TrippyPip on Tue Apr 05, 2011 8:15 am

The later clay used by Briglin was a reddy terracotta colour - exactly what Ed's is - I'm not sure what colour you think it should be Davey? Other features on Ed's pot which also say Briglin - a) the design b) the fact that the base is infilled with the white glaze c) the 'rings' inside the vase d) very similar items in Anthea's book.
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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by TrippyPip on Tue Apr 05, 2011 8:59 am

Actually, since I've sold a fair bit of Briglin over the years, I thought it might be helpful to highlight the variation in clay colour. I could probably show quite a few more however here are 2 different marked Briglin items where the clay colours are quite different. One is the reddy terracotta like Ed's vase above to the darker brown mentioned by Dave. Both pieces are 'right'.

http://www.pips-trip.co.uk/sold-pottery-archives/british-pottery-2/showitem-ABRIG-VASE1.aspx

http://www.pips-trip.co.uk/sold-pottery-archives/british-pottery-2/showitem-ABRIG-BOWLS3.aspx


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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by Davee on Tue Apr 05, 2011 6:21 pm

Davee wrote:
TrippyPip wrote: The colour of the clay also looks fine to me for Briglin.

Must be my monitor then!

I wasn't doubting your opinion Pip, I was just commenting on the fact that on my monitor it looks a lot lighter than Briglin usually does, even the ones you have posted later.

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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by big ed on Mon Apr 25, 2011 6:57 pm



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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by 22 Crawford St. on Mon Aug 29, 2011 8:22 pm

Poo - I've not seen them on BBC1 - but I've not been watching 100% - Looks like they did not make it - Odd as they are worth serious money.

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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by 22 Crawford St. on Sun Oct 09, 2011 9:44 pm

I like this new 'moody' shooting - I copied it from and expensive website - does the forum have a photographic techniques section? I would like to know how to get rid of reflections - my light tent still gives reflections with outside lights?? :( x100

Anyway I digress - these two looked so good - reminds me of some 50's / 60's works by others. Anyone got more like this? BR Alex



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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by gareth-h on Sun Oct 09, 2011 9:48 pm

22 Crawford St. wrote:Poo - I've not seen them on BBC1 - but I've not been watching 100% - Looks like they did not make it - Odd as they are worth serious money.

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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by studio-pots on Sun Oct 09, 2011 9:49 pm

22 Crawford St. wrote:Poo - I've not seen them on BBC1 - but I've not been watching 100% - Looks like they did not make it - Odd as they are worth serious money.

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They were on the Antiques Roadshow earlier this evening
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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by studio-pots on Sun Oct 09, 2011 9:50 pm

Beat me to it Gareth but I think it was Maria Callas and John Gielgud that were missing.

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Briglin Owl

Post by keramark on Sun Jul 22, 2012 5:52 pm

Picked this little fella up at the carboot this morning along with a Plichta lamb. Can anyone put an age to it please !. Size is approx 5" high x 3.5" inches at it's widest . . Regards, Alan .. Excellent

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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by NaomiM on Sun Jul 22, 2012 6:43 pm

Briglin Pottery was set up in 1948 and closed in 1990. I'm afraid I don't know when they introduced the owls.

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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by NaomiM on Sun Jul 22, 2012 6:44 pm

...but I have found one listed as 1970s.

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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by keramark on Sun Jul 22, 2012 7:04 pm

NaomiM wrote:...but I have found one listed as 1970s.

Thank you Naomi, I guessed 70s 80s but I'm no expert.
I've always liked Owls so I bought it, it is very heavy for its size. Alan.
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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by NaomiM on Fri Dec 28, 2012 6:06 pm

Very large mug. Unmarked and unusual decoration, but both the dealer and I thought it was Briglin. But maybe someone has an alternative suggestion.








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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by studio-pots on Sat Dec 29, 2012 1:14 pm

Yes, it looks like Briglin to me. The impressed mark seems to have been forgotten on a higher percentage of pieces that originate from Briglin than elsewhere from my observations.

One question - is it stoneware rather than the more usual earthenware? If so, then I believe that it is most likely to have been made during the 1980s.

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