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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by gareth-h on July 24th 2011, 7:47 pm

Painted by Eileen Prangnell at Poole 1924 - 1937, although this is CSA mark and red clay so dates from 1934 or earlier.

ZM pattern, probably designed by Truda Carter, not one I'm familiar with though (there are a lot!)
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Is this rare Poole? mustard pot

Post by decroco on August 29th 2011, 12:32 pm

A miniature piece fro the 30's.
I had the impression that Poole miniatures were quite rare???


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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by Davee on August 29th 2011, 3:01 pm

I don't think its a miniature as such but a mustard pot from a cruet set.

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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by gareth-h on August 30th 2011, 9:38 pm

I think it is from one of the Breakfast in Bed sets designed to go on a tray so it could be a bit smaller than a standard tableware cruet.
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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by studio-pots on October 20th 2011, 12:16 pm

Just back from doing an errand for the wife and, as you do, I popped into the local charity shops and found this.




The mark isn't one that I have seen before and if you can't make it out it says C S A POOLE 865. The paintresses marks are upside down so the bottom one is CB.

The vase is around 5.3 inches tall and I assume is probably from the 1920s or early 1930s but any more information would be appreciated.
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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by gareth-h on October 20th 2011, 10:38 pm

Wow, that's quite a find for a charity shop. I recognise the shape, which is a Harold Stabler design from c. 1925 and the only one to carry that backstamp as far as I know (which is not even in the Poole book). I have only ever seen it in a plain glaze before.

The paintress is Anne Hatchard, mark for late 1920's onwards. I don't know the pattern, looks like it might be CB but I can't find a record of that. Most likely Truda Carter.

Very nice find Most Excellent
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Post by studio-pots on October 21st 2011, 10:30 am

Many thanks for all that information Gareth. I do seem to have been lucky in charity shops in the last few months but haven't found any studio pottery, which is what I'm really looking for. You know the odd Lucie Rie or two at 50p each!

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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by gareth-h on February 11th 2012, 5:44 pm

Just been adding a few recent additions to my cabinet



4th right at the top is a rare pink ground vase from 1935/6 painted by Ruth Pavely. Found at our local "junk" auction a few weeks ago much to my surprise!
2nd right top was from Lynne (who is a member here) via eBay. This is a late '20's / early '30's version of the Erna Manners Grape pattern painted by Gwen Dry, the first piece I have ever owned by her. It is interesting to see how the pattern developed from the 1921/2 older brother behind it. Nice one Lynne!
4th left bottom is a Carter & Co tin glazed with an unusual tinted ground from 1918 - 1921. Paintress mark for Anne Hatchard.
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Post by Josordoni on February 11th 2012, 5:59 pm

Oh glad you like it Gareth! Was one of the "don't really want to sell this one" pieces, rather like the trial glaze carp... :((

I love that oil/water bottle 3rd from right on bottom row.
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50's Poole Pottery

Post by Globall6 on March 12th 2012, 8:01 am

Hi there

Can anyone help me with a bit more info on my lovely piece of Poole. It has a hole in the bottom so I am assuming it was produced as a lamp base.

As well as the Poole stamp, it has X/PLT on the base.

Thanks

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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by dantheman on March 12th 2012, 1:26 pm

a very nice piece,designed by Alfred Read and Guy Sydenham in 1954,it looks like a carafe though....does the hole have glaze inside?

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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by Globall6 on March 12th 2012, 6:15 pm

Hi there thanks for your comments. Yes, it does feel glazed inside. You will notice on the pattern at the bottom of the piece there is a round piece of paper stuck on. In the same place inside is a plug of something that juts out. It's fixed and does not move. I had assumed that this was for the flex to go thru. Do you know what this was for?

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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by truk10 on March 14th 2012, 1:05 pm

Globall6 wrote:Hi there thanks for your comments. Yes, it does feel glazed inside. You will notice on the pattern at the bottom of the piece there is a round piece of paper stuck on. In the same place inside is a plug of something that juts out. It's fixed and does not move. I had assumed that this was for the flex to go thru. Do you know what this was for?


Yes, definitely a lamp with the hole for the flex.

With a base like that it's not so good as a vase. Happy

The pattern is called PLT and it was painted by Gwen Haskins (a top paintress) circa 1953-55.

What size is it?
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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by kirkmodern on March 19th 2012, 11:34 pm

interesting piece.... I have a similar pair of lampbases, same shape, different pattern, both have factory made holes for the flex but both my guys have solid bases. shape by Alfred Read/Guy Sydenham painted by Gwen Haskins. Poole painted mark to base with handpainted X/PRP.
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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by Globall6 on March 21st 2012, 9:29 am

STUNNING ! Thanks for sharing.
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bluebird pattern

Post by dantheman on March 24th 2012, 6:22 pm





from the condition I would guess this vase was made in the 1930's can anyone confirm this please?

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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by PooleandPaperweights on March 24th 2012, 6:43 pm

Looks to be post 1934 as the red clay ran out. I think thats a white clay which has had its base washed to look like the red clay. I say that as I think it looks white aroune the edge, though I would of expected it to be white where its been stamped as well. Classic Bluebird pattern, worth £60, maybe abit more I would say?
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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by gareth-h on March 25th 2012, 10:00 pm

I think the white is overspray and this is actually red clay. As you say Ian, the stamp is the giveaway, it will show through white on white clay. Also, the base wash tends to be more of a salmon colour.
I can't ID the paintress mark though which might have helped.
I'm not sure what size this is, £60 would be a good fair price for a 6", a bit less if it's smaller.
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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by gareth-h on March 26th 2012, 9:20 pm

Embarrassed

I should have realised it was quite a bit smaller otherwise the stamp on the bottom and the bluebird would be enormous.
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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by dantheman on March 26th 2012, 9:30 pm

yes it's only 3.75 inches

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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by PooleandPaperweights on March 26th 2012, 9:58 pm

Does the shape make a difference Gareth?
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Post by gareth-h on March 27th 2012, 9:31 pm

Yes it can do. Shape 361 and 986 are more popular at this sort of size. They are more obviously vase shaped!

I think this may be a shape 287 jam pot without a lid. Sadly they are not so popular, although knowing Dan he probably bought it for £2 Happy
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Post by PooleandPaperweights on March 28th 2012, 8:00 am

looks to narrow and tall to be a jam pot, arent they wider and shorter?
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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by gareth-h on March 29th 2012, 8:47 pm

The wider and shorter ones are!

See H&A (previous edition) p82 middle picture left hand side for a thinner taller one.

Dan's might not be this but I don't recognise it as a vase shape.
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Re: Poole Pottery up to 1959 & Traditional

Post by gareth-h on April 1st 2012, 4:20 pm

dantheman wrote:nor had I, many of the pieces displayed at the Poole Museum are now in private hands?

All the original Poole Pottery Museum collection was auctioned off at Christies in 2004. Some of these pieces were bought by a local consortium and are now on display at Poole (Borough) Museum.

But the rest are all in private hands. Pieces sometimes turn up at auction or on eBay
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