Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by NaomiM on November 28th 2014, 10:09 pm

Cheers Denby. Too ugly to buy, so of academic interest only. If they're still there I'll take another photo of the vase.

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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by Guest on February 5th 2015, 6:03 pm

Some glaze missing : ( but less than a pack of crisp so I had to buy it,
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MD or HD or IMD or IHD signed poole pottery plate

Post by styleinvasion on September 11th 2015, 11:47 am





Just bought this poole pottery plate showing an allegory of spring.... i just found out it is from 1955 to 1959 according to the poole mark. Anybody knows who this signature belongs to? Seems to be MD or HD or IMD or IHD ? Shrugs
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Post by styleinvasion on September 11th 2015, 12:07 pm

Is it Olive Bourne designed "Leipzig Girl" originally designed for the International Exhibition of Industrial Art at Leipzig in 1927?


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Post by styleinvasion on September 11th 2015, 12:15 pm

Is it possible to say who the painter has been?
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Post by dantheman on September 11th 2015, 3:02 pm

Ruth Gough I think

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Post by styleinvasion on September 11th 2015, 5:33 pm

Thanks, i will search for her.... it allways feels good to find a piece of poole pottery here in scheisse film land
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Post by gareth-h on September 13th 2015, 5:09 pm

styleinvasion wrote:Is it Olive Bourne designed "Leipzig Girl" originally designed for the International Exhibition of Industrial Art at Leipzig in 1927?

Yes it is but this is a 1950's re-issue and the pattern is actually called "Spring". HD is the pattern code.

The paintress mark is the circle with the line through it which in the 1950's, was used by Pat Summers.
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Post by styleinvasion on September 14th 2015, 11:37 am

Cool thank you !
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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by Mordeep on September 24th 2015, 5:07 pm

Hello Poole experts.

I grabbed the pair of Carter items shown below this morning. After looking through the book I have and the web it seems the smaller dish is the CV pattern from 1922 (could be wrong on the date), the other I am drawing a blank on. It looks like a lot of green and blue Pacman characters. Further info would be great, if anyone also has a better idea of the date and rarity that would also be a huge help.

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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by denbydump on September 24th 2015, 6:24 pm

looks to be the BZ pattern, decorated by Vera Bridle 1922-33.
Can't quite make out the incised shape number.
I think it's mark #21 (1925-34).

We always need a close-up of poole marks, as there are some very slight variations.
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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by gareth-h on September 24th 2015, 9:33 pm

The vase looks like shape 580 (should be about 6 1/2" tall)
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Post by Mordeep on September 24th 2015, 11:09 pm

The vase does indeed have 580 etched in the base and stands at 6 1/2" tall, I salute your knowledge Gareth,
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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by hercules brabazon on January 14th 2016, 11:23 am

Nice chunky "Trudiana" large mug. I think the pattern is c. 1955. Probably not particularly exciting for the specialist Poole collecters, but very pleasing:

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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by l33ham180 on January 20th 2016, 3:13 pm

had this turn up today from the US.

measures approx 12" tall and in perfect condition



here is a picture of the base

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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by Mordeep on March 18th 2016, 8:46 am

Morning all

Picked up a stunning Carter Stabler Adams Poole vase and trying to arm myself with a bit of knowledge on it. On the bottom are several marks that I would like to understand. We have the carter mark that I take to be 1925-1934. The shape number that I read as 973 (looks like a 913 from the pictures) a drawing mark like a seagull or mountain, a / EB that could be someone called Ernest Banten from the book but who appears to have only worked 1921-1923 and an impressed anchor that I have no clue what it means? Loads of help warmly welcomed. Here are the pictures.





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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by ppcollectables on March 18th 2016, 1:44 pm

EB is the pattern code, quite rare,covers the whole surface of the pot leaving little underlying white glaze visible. The 'cloud shape' mark is the paintress mark for Mary Brown, 1926-34. 'Stepped handle' vase probably dates from v. early 30's. The impressed anchor mark is thought to be a factory trial or control mark, the impressed hexagon mark is the most common variety of these marks but they can only relate to the thrown pot and not the pattern as impressed into the clay, probably some kind of quality control mark. A nice pot and while traditional pieces are somewhat out of favour at the moment this is an uncommon piece that is worth several hundred ( I don't want to start putting precise values on a piece, even if I was that well informed ). Compare the quality of the pattern and painting to Clarice Cliff, 7 colours used yet worth a fraction of a similar Clarice cliff piece - where is the justice in that.
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Post by Mordeep on March 18th 2016, 2:03 pm

Thanks for the info PP. The anchor sounds like an uncommon thing to find on a pot so probably a quality mark as you say. The wife of a good friend has first refusal on it but if she does not grab it will be on show at Peterbrough. I had guessed it was worth about 300, sounds like that is an ok price and not insane? Oh it is perfect by the way, can't see any work to it at all (that seems rare these days).
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Post by ppcollectables on March 18th 2016, 3:15 pm

Nov 2015, Cottees lot 8, looks like it might be the same vase, sold for 280 + comm, about 330. In nov 2014 a stepped handled vase sold for 420 +comm but pattern was rarer.
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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by Mordeep on March 18th 2016, 8:51 pm

Thanks again PP. That vase in the Cottees is the same design but it would be unusual for it to turn up in another auction so soon and not be picked out as anything special (in a mixed lot I grabbed this week). But stranger things have happened. But that info does confirm the ball park for value. I also agree these should be more valuable. I have not handled a better Poole vase in ages they are not common. I think people are just holding on to them.
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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by ppcollectables on March 19th 2016, 11:21 am

The Cottees vase was same paintress as well as same pattern.
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Post by Jasie on March 21st 2016, 6:08 pm

Hi,
Could anybody help in identifying tHe artist mark on this Poole Pottery Trinket Box.Could it be Ann Hatchard?.

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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by dantheman on March 21st 2016, 8:05 pm

the mark is hard to make out on the pic,is it really that faint?

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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by denbydump on March 21st 2016, 8:13 pm

Looks like white clay, FU pattern? We really need to see the whole item
and it's decoration. Maybe a bit late for AH.
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