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Re: Aldermaston Pottery

Post by denbydump on Tue Feb 21 2017, 19:34

Are you sure it's aldermaston Naomi? the base is a bit odd.
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Post by NaomiM on Tue Feb 21 2017, 19:56

Positive, Denby. It's one of their standard wares, everyone was expected to chip in and make them. The bases changed over time.

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Re: Aldermaston Pottery

Post by denbydump on Tue Feb 21 2017, 22:46

Might be Honiton.
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Re: Aldermaston Pottery

Post by 22 Crawford St. on Tue Feb 21 2017, 22:52

Standard small mug, they sell well on ebay. I think people like to mix and match. Aldermaston not in doubt seen loads have a few.

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Mary O'Gorman

Post by Johners2000 on Sun Feb 26 2017, 13:30

I think this is Aldermaston but I can't find the signature anywhere.

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Post by Davee on Sun Feb 26 2017, 13:44

Looks right to me, I think you are showing the mark upside down, the majority of marks include the letter 'A'

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Re: Aldermaston Pottery

Post by denbydump on Sun Feb 26 2017, 15:10

Mary O'Gorman looks the most likely candidate.
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Mohamed Hamid

Post by NaomiM on Mon Apr 24 2017, 23:58

Mohamed Hamid, post Aldermaston






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Re: Aldermaston Pottery

Post by denbydump on Sat May 06 2017, 14:41

An ACS monochrome bowl dated 1974.



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Re: Aldermaston Pottery

Post by denbydump on Sun Jul 23 2017, 15:19

ACS giant chalice, dated 1972.




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Andrew Hazelden

Post by denbydump on Sun Jul 23 2017, 15:20

Andrew Hazelden preserve pot. Not sure what the other mark means.



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Andrew Hazelden

Post by NaomiM on Tue Aug 15 2017, 19:07

Andrew Hazelden 2 Pint Jug






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Re: Aldermaston Pottery

Post by denbydump on Tue Aug 15 2017, 19:12

Great colours on the jug Naomi.
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Re: Aldermaston Pottery

Post by NaomiM on Tue Aug 15 2017, 20:34

Yes, it was a lucky find today.
I don't know if Hazelden changed his mark when he set up his own studio after Aldermaston closed, but it is the same style of mark as ones from the 90s when he was still at Aldermaston

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Re: Aldermaston Pottery

Post by NaomiM on Tue Aug 15 2017, 20:37

Actually, your jam pot is more like the style he was making after Aldermaston, where as my jug is a pattern used by other Aldermaston potters like Ursula Wraechter, so I think the mark must have stayed the same.

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Mary O'Gorman

Post by NaomiM on Sat Oct 21 2017, 00:51

Looks like Mary O'Gorman's mark. Seems she was at Aldermaston during the late 80s - early 90s before returning to her native Ireland to continue potting.





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Re: Aldermaston Pottery

Post by 22 Crawford St. on Sun Nov 12 2017, 20:08

All I have a general question on Aldermaston and related.Some of it rings like a bell as you would expect when flicked - But other pieces don't and there is no visible damage at all - I know waht you are goin to say but there really is no damage or even the tiniest hairline? And they are as dead as a fish??

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Re: Aldermaston Pottery

Post by NaomiM on Sun Nov 12 2017, 20:52

I think this is probably a question for a separate thread on the General Pottery Discussion group. I have a similar problem on a Willie Carter plate; no obvious damage, and an earthenware core. I think it's because there's a hairline in the clay body, under the glaze. Maybe caused during the firing where the clay has cracked but not the more plastic glaze over the top.

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Re: Aldermaston Pottery

Post by 22 Crawford St. on Sun Nov 12 2017, 21:05

Yes welcome to move it if needed. Seems to be a bigger problem with tin glazed earthenware than anything else.
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Simon Middleton

Post by NaomiM on Fri Dec 01 2017, 23:59

Lustre vase by Simon Middleton, Aldermaston Pottery




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