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Post by 22 Crawford St. on August 5th 2014, 11:16 pm

Modern AW Helmet lamp. I can't afford a GS one. I've finally got it wired at the weekend. Got my brother to picked it up for my from Wareham auction as he lives in down the road.

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Post by mandrake1000 on September 10th 2014, 8:43 pm

For those of you who are/were members of the Poole Pottery Collectors Club and other keen Poole Pottery collectors - you will be sad to hear that Roger Hartley the foremost expert on Poole Pottery animals and author of the book Poole Pottery Animals has passed away. RIP Roger.
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1950s Poole ?

Post by vanmann on September 21st 2014, 3:10 pm

The mark on this 14 cms tall vase appears to suggest early 1950s, would this be right? Any ideas please on style, it appears to be slightly irridescant greeny blue. I can't recall seeing anything similar in this single colour before, is it uncommon or am I just not noticing it?
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Info from DenbyDump: This is a lustre piece from the "Calypso" range 1980s
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Poole Pottery Yes...Advice please...very pretty

Post by brin mcardle on September 21st 2014, 3:11 pm

Not sure which Section...any ideas on Date/Artist etc




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Re: Poole Pottery 1980 to present day

Post by denbydump on September 21st 2014, 3:18 pm

I think this is one of many sets of plates that were done in the 1980s/90s
with (bought-in) open-stock transfers
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Re: Poole Pottery 1980 to present day

Post by ppcollectables on October 27th 2014, 8:58 am

vanmann wrote:The mark on this 14 cms tall vase appears to suggest early 1950s, would this be right? Any ideas please on style, it appears to be slightly irridescant greeny blue. I can't recall seeing anything similar in this single colour before, is it uncommon or am I just not noticing it?
All thoughts appreciated John

   

Info from DenbyDump:  This is a lustre piece from the "Calypso" range 1980s

Mark 62 ( 1970-1999 ) is often confused with mark 36 (1951-1955 ). Your vase is part of a 1980's range which are rather ubiquitous in fact. See H&A page159
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fake Poole studio

Post by ppcollectables on November 3rd 2014, 12:15 pm

I was doing an antique fair local to where I live yesterday and another stallholder offered me 2 pieces of Poole. I politely declined the first piece as 'Odyssey' pattern is a) too modern and b) horrible. The second piece looked wrong immediately and when I looked at the base it had a fake 'TV studio' mark, smaller and stamped in black over the glaze, the vase itself was about 9" purple with grey to the top half - quite horrible. It probably came from a car boot and the seller probably had no idea what it was, I had to show them a correct studio mark and point out the poor quality. Anyway be careful out there.
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Post by dantheman on November 3rd 2014, 12:42 pm

I have seen plenty of the fake Poole studio marks, always on pots that don't resemble Poole, the pots have just been bought by crooks and stamped

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Post by denbydump on November 3rd 2014, 12:53 pm

Interesting, not seen that before.
Was it an ink-stamp Dan (that would rub/scrape off)?
Sounds like the old Troika trick, buy any bit of wierd pot
and then get the magic marker out.
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Post by dantheman on November 3rd 2014, 1:18 pm

I haven't inspected the marks carefully but they looked like a ceramic paint and not ink.
pooleandpaperweights Ian bought one just to remove it from sale so he's the one to ask

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Carters Fake

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fake stamp

Post by ppcollectables on November 3rd 2014, 3:28 pm

It was like the stamp in the first photo, half the size of a normal TV mark, you could 'feel' it on the surface so it was more like a paint than an ink. Also, not that it matters, I should have asked how much the lady paid for it but I think it would have been not very much. She was under no illusions as to my opinion of it and how quickly it should be put in the nearest skip.
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Post by denbydump on November 3rd 2014, 3:44 pm

Interesting. Not seen any myself, but then wouldn't pick up those pots to look.

As for the 1920s CSA mark on a 60s/70s bit, that is taking the pee a bit eh?

This buisness is so full of crooks and con-artists, all trying to get one over on
the unsuspecting punter, Not to mention all the restored stuff around, so unpleasant.
I've been caught out a couple of time in the past, I never get anything restored.
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Re: Poole Pottery 1980 to present day

Post by big ed on November 4th 2014, 12:36 pm

dantheman wrote:

this is italian

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Post by big ed on November 4th 2014, 12:48 pm

I agree DD they are laughable , a chimp could tell the difference ..............that's if it could be arsed ..........and of course it would'nt be would it ? , probably prefer bananas or de waals .n' stuff .

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Re: Poole Pottery 1980 to present day

Post by mandrake1000 on November 4th 2014, 9:20 pm

Fake or not?

Reasons for thinking so:

1. A somewhat 'forced' abstract design
2. Firing a bit too perfect for my liking
3. Blanks are very slightly smaller, slightly thinner and less deep than all my other 49ers

Colourways do seem to be quite 'Poolesque' though and the backstamps seem to be authentic, and under the glaze, so maybe I am totally wrong.

Any thoughts ... ?





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Post by dantheman on November 4th 2014, 10:02 pm

I think they're cosher

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Post by denbydump on November 4th 2014, 10:13 pm

Shape/back/foot/stramp all look right, but what unusual designs...wierd
They did allsorts at that time.
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Post by NaomiM on November 4th 2014, 10:38 pm

They look like Alan Clarke's designs.

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Post by mandrake1000 on November 4th 2014, 10:54 pm

It's the unusual designs that make me think they are not from the 60's ... as Naomi says, quite Alan Clarke like ...
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