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Post by Susan Bearder on April 10th 2009, 2:31 pm

Has the Conwy factory ever come up for discussion on this site? I have several pieces clearly covering quite a span of time. Anyone know much about them? Susie

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Re: Conwy Pottery (Wales)

Post by gareth-h on April 19th 2009, 6:59 pm

The silence suggests there hasn't been a discussion before.

I don't really know much, although I feel I ought to as I was born a few miles from there in Wrexham and spent most of my childhood holidays on the North Wales coast. I remember Conway Castle from those times but not the pottery!

Anyhow, it seems to have been started by John Wynne Morris and his wife Carol in 1971 when it was located at 8/9 Castle Street. It disappeared in 1980 but restarted at Tyn-y-Coed Farm in Glan Conwy in 1986, and as far as I know is still going. They produce stoneware and porcelain.

Marks are C, CP or CAZ (Carol?). Pre-1980 marks include JWM or JM variations.

This from Fournier's potters marks book.

Any photos of your pieces?
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Post by Susan Bearder on April 20th 2009, 7:51 pm

[img][/img]Hi Gareth Happy
Did get a bit silent... so thanks for info.
For the love of me I cant find the earliest pre 80s piece which was a brownish honey coloured glaze and fairly small and I am pretty sure it was incised ca mark. But cant be sure.
Here are some 80s pieces
- The fifth one is not stamped by looks at home with these. Best Susie
I know my sister also bought some as well.

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Conwy pottery?

Post by vanmann on July 7th 2011, 7:40 pm

Could this small pot be from Conwy Pottery? The mark appears to read -----WY POTTERY and Conwy was the only pottery I could think of ending in WY. None of the marks I have traced however look like this, all seem to include impressed CP.All thoughts gratefully received John



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Re: Conwy Pottery (Wales)

Post by Potty on July 7th 2011, 9:24 pm

Could be tho, as it seems the cp mark is not the only one they used.

http://img.inkfrog.com/click_enlarge1.php?image=Picture_350_012.jpg&username=TheAntiqueTrade&aid=417629395

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Re: Conwy Pottery (Wales)

Post by Adam20 on August 5th 2011, 5:05 pm

Conwy Pottery vase in pastel shades - paper label

New to me - thanks for these threads, they help me a lot




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Re: Conwy Pottery (Wales)

Post by Potty on August 5th 2011, 6:59 pm

That vase is probably by Carol Wayne Adam.

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Re: Conwy Pottery (Wales)

Post by Adam20 on August 5th 2011, 9:15 pm

Thanks

Googled it - Carol Wynne Morris
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DOES ANYONE RECOGNISE THIS MARK, Studio bowl, Conwy

Post by DIANE on September 5th 2011, 11:00 am

Another 20p boot find. There is a very feint signature on this but cannot make it out, anyone any ideas. Bit Greek looking so may just be a tourist piece



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Re: Conwy Pottery (Wales)

Post by Potty on September 5th 2011, 11:56 am

Conwy Pottery - Heritage Gold

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Is my bowl a piece by Joanna CONSTANTINIDIS

Post by Fred47 on February 28th 2012, 9:54 am

Hi
I have a bowl that was my mothers and looking on the internet at the impressed C stamp on the underside it seems to point to the potter Joanna CONSTANTINIDIS could anyone confirm this? and if there is any value to the item?


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Re: Conwy Pottery (Wales)

Post by big ed on February 28th 2012, 9:59 am

http://search.aol.com/aol/image?q=Joanna+CONSTANTINIDIS+&v_t=client-browser10-auth

here are some images to go on , I would say yes , but not 100% sure at all , Ed

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Re: Conwy Pottery (Wales)

Post by studio-pots on February 28th 2012, 1:20 pm

The mark does look very much like her mark but the two things that prevent me saying that the bowl is by her are: -

(i) I have never seen any work by her decorated in this way - she was noted for minimal decoration throughout her career.
(ii) Her mark on all the items that I recall is on the side of the piece just above the foot and not inside the footring.

This doesn't mean that it is not by her but I would need to see something similar with good provenance (i.e. having been bought directly from her) to be convinced.

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Is this vase by Joanna Constantinides?

Post by ANNIEb on February 28th 2012, 5:59 pm

I have acquired this vase, glazed in very smooth semi matt, speckled blue green glaze deepening towards the base. There is an impressed narrow band of pattern near the top of the belly and double bands toward the bottom.
It is impressed with a C within a circle on the bottom of one side. Do I dare hope it is by Joanna Constantides?



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Post by Nik on January 14th 2014, 9:47 pm

9" jug, molded body with thickly applied floral decoration. 1930s?

There is a circular ink stamp to the base just over 1" in diameter: two concentric circles, I think I can just make out "Pottery" written between them (what a surprise!). The picture shows a darker line through the centre of the mark, but this lies on the seam, so it may just be dirt.





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Conwy pottery, N.Wales.

Post by moomingurl on August 25th 2015, 6:19 pm

Hi

I know this style - it's bugging me, any ideas, back stamp on both really faint.

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Re: Conwy Pottery (Wales)

Post by moomingurl on August 25th 2015, 6:34 pm

Is this the same too?









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Re: Conwy Pottery (Wales)

Post by denbydump on August 25th 2015, 6:41 pm

Could be. Unless otherwise marked, they have a rubber ink-stamped mark, just visible
on your jug, always feint, maybe it rubs or washes off.
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Re: Conwy Pottery (Wales)

Post by moomingurl on August 25th 2015, 6:54 pm

Thanks - there is a very faint circular mark on the base vase, but as you say looks like it's worn off over the years.
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Re: Conwy Pottery (Wales)

Post by Marcusborra on October 5th 2015, 3:34 pm

Another style of mark which is not shown on this forum or in Yates-Owen-Fournier-Hazlewood. This mark is simply impressed 'CONWY'.
Stoneware coffee pot or water jug which is 27.5cm tall and when filled would require "Charles Atlas" to lift it.


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Re: Conwy Pottery (Wales)

Post by stardust* on September 24th 2016, 7:58 pm

Conwy Pottery Mug and I think the jug is Conwy, they happened to be in the same box of mixed pottery. Both have a background of a brown/pinkish colour, but slightly different flower designs.
The mug has 'Conwy Pottery' stamp on the base and 'Cp' stamped at the base of the handle. The jug has no marks.




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Carol Wynne Morris - Conwy Pottery

Post by potterymad62 on February 13th 2017, 11:47 am

Hi All

Pick this up dirt cheap. Carol Wynne Morris Slab Vase. Not seen many of these slab designs. Very nice though.







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