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Post by dantheman on Thu 10 Sep - 14:24

dantheman wrote:my latest Chelsea bowl


here's mine

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Re: Chelsea Pottery (London)

Post by Mordeep on Thu 10 Sep - 16:10

Reminds me of that Big eyes movie about that American artist, it was based in the 1950's-1960's and this does have that flowers in her hair vibe. Be good to have that confirmed though.
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Re: Chelsea Pottery (London)

Post by PottyWendy on Sat 26 Sep - 9:41

It might be Christina Shepherd if it is CS. It definitely isn't SC Sam Corrigan, too early for her work
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Post by 22 Crawford St. on Sat 26 Sep - 12:29

Excellent Yes
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Re: Chelsea Pottery (London)

Post by denbydump on Mon 5 Oct - 16:54

Can't say I've seen a tepot before, Signature is not clear, something B?





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Re: Chelsea Pottery (London)

Post by denbydump on Sun 27 Dec - 12:14

An unusual 12.5 in wall charger by Barbara Ross, (Back is unmarked).



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Re: Chelsea Pottery (London)

Post by hercules brabazon on Tue 23 Feb - 12:12

Dish, about 16cm across, painted with iris flower. Extremely vague signature.


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Post by NaomiM on Tue 15 Mar - 22:13

Nice owl plate






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Re: Chelsea Pottery (London)

Post by dantheman on Tue 15 Mar - 23:18

it's the best Chelsea owl plate I have seen so far

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Re: Chelsea Pottery (London)

Post by 22 Crawford St. on Sat 18 Jun - 22:59

I'm in the middle of a massive tidy up so it's only a quick phone photo. Bubble-wrap, boxes and newspaper everywhere.

Three of these are older with the paper label and the dandy looking one †Smush is later with stick on round label - All JEM all approx 170mm dia


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Re: Chelsea Pottery (London)

Post by denbydump on Sat 17 Sep - 21:37

A wierd dish with a horse. It seems to have been over-fired, with glaze-runs and
pock-marks, so any signature is not visible.



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Re: Chelsea Pottery (London)

Post by denbydump on Sun 18 Sep - 12:31

A legal figure, 9" high, the modelling was by Frank Spindler, unmarked.



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Re: Chelsea Pottery (London)

Post by dantheman on Sun 18 Sep - 14:47

the base is unusual for a Chelsea figure as is the clay colour

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Post by denbydump on Sun 18 Sep - 15:01

It's the camera Dan. It is quite a red terracotta.
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Post by 22 Crawford St. on Sun 18 Sep - 15:36

So it's molded not hand-built?
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Re: Chelsea Pottery (London)

Post by denbydump on Sun 18 Sep - 16:18

It's slip-cast black-dipped and hand-painted white bits.
There may be modelling on the head. So long since I saw one,
to compare, but they did have stickers as I remember.
Never heard of anyone else making them, but If you don't think it's right......

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Re: Chelsea Pottery (London)

Post by NaomiM on Sun 18 Sep - 16:29

Chelsea bowl at the local charity shop a couple of months ago. Photographed it for the mark.





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Re: Chelsea Pottery (London)

Post by dantheman on Sun 18 Sep - 18:01

denbydump wrote:It's slip-cast black-dipped and hand-painted white bits.
There may be modelling on the head. So long since I saw one,
to compare, but they did have stickers as I remember.
Never heard of anyone else making them, but If you don't think it's right......


I have seen these figures made by other potters but not slip-cast ones but then again, I haven't seen a slip - cast Chelsea figure before either

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Re: Chelsea Pottery (London)

Post by 22 Crawford St. on Sun 18 Sep - 18:43

Me neither. Nothing to say they didn't make a batch this way... any trace of a label ....sticky patch? Embarrassed
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Post by denbydump on Sun 18 Sep - 18:58

22 Crawford St. wrote:Me neither. Nothing to say they didn't make a batch this way... any trace of a label ....sticky patch? Embarrassed

Only now, when no one thinks it's Chelsea.
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Re: Chelsea Pottery (London)

Post by denbydump on Sun 18 Sep - 19:03

NaomiM wrote:Chelsea bowl at the local charity shop a couple of months ago. Photographed it for the mark.

Very unusual decoration. £6 ?? cheapskate Naomi.

Could be Audrey Durnan.


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Re: Chelsea Pottery (London)

Post by dantheman on Sun 18 Sep - 19:03

I'm not saying I don't think its Chelsea, but I would like to discuss the slip - cast production as it has never come up before

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Re: Chelsea Pottery (London)

Post by denbydump on Sun 18 Sep - 19:12

Such a similar Legal figure earlier in this thread. Different base, but identical
decoration. Even the same way he is leaning forward.

On page 2 (Celtic Fan)

I rest my case M'Lud.


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Re: Chelsea Pottery (London)

Post by dantheman on Sun 18 Sep - 19:34

the prosecution calls Audrey as it's expert witness

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Post by dantheman on Sun 18 Sep - 20:13

I just found a slip cast bust made at Chelsea by Brian Hubbard

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