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Re: Denby Pottery

Post by denbydump on March 23rd 2016, 3:37 pm

DENBY VILLAGE.1979. Only 4 of the proposed 6 original buildings were ever put into
production. I think they were released sequentially, so maybe interest ran out.
This thatched cottage is among the most common, the georgian house the rarest.

A couple of years ago, boxes of undecorated ones were found in the warerhouse,
and during a slow period of production, they were decorated and fired. The glaze
colours are slightly different, they had no felt base, as this one does, a later
rectangular mark, and were sold off in the factory shop.



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Re: Denby Pottery

Post by stardust* on April 27th 2016, 6:28 pm

A miniature version of the "Tibet Ware" jug. Only 6 inches tall.

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Re: Denby Pottery

Post by lindylou08 on June 7th 2016, 9:40 pm

This mug has the back stamp for c1975 - 1985 but haven't been able to find a similar shape or the pattern name ( looks vaguely similar to Flame).
Any help gratefully received

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Re: Denby Pottery

Post by denbydump on June 7th 2016, 11:45 pm

The shape was designed by Kenneth Clark in 1956 for the Gourmet range, and later
used for Studio/Shamrock/Ode/Echo into the early 60s.
The glaze is just an oddball/trial.
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Re: Denby Pottery

Post by lindylou08 on June 8th 2016, 7:43 am

Interesting. Thanks DD. Knew you wouldnt let me down!
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Re: Denby Pottery

Post by NaomiM on June 8th 2016, 2:55 pm

Small bowl or candleholder with large sloping rim.
A 'catch and release'.







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Re: Denby Pottery

Post by denbydump on June 8th 2016, 3:13 pm

A giftware range called "Hazelwood" designed by Glyn College, mid 1960s.
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Re: Denby Pottery

Post by NaomiM on June 8th 2016, 7:17 pm

Excellent

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Re: Denby Pottery

Post by denbydump on June 9th 2016, 10:56 pm

denbydump wrote:A giftware range called "Hazelwood" designed by Glyn College, mid 1960s.

Sorry that's a typo, I meant 1950s.
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Post by stardust* on June 12th 2016, 9:29 am

My mum asked if I wanted these yesterday, she found them in a box of my Grandmother's things.....er yes! and where's this box!
Denby Burlington I think, about 12cm across. A beautiful range in my opinion.


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Albert Colledge

Post by brin mcardle on June 27th 2016, 9:48 pm

Nice hand painted plate by Albert Colledge...
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Re: Denby Pottery

Post by denbydump on June 28th 2016, 1:47 am

This actually a tableware range called "Flair".
You don't see much around, so maybe a short prosuction.
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Post by brin mcardle on June 28th 2016, 2:56 am

Thanks denby(shouldnt you be asleep)
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Post by denbydump on June 28th 2016, 9:54 am

Ha probably Brin.
Flair weas designed in 1947 by Albert, and developed by Glyn.
It was for export only, probably why it's quite rare in the UK.
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Re: Denby Pottery

Post by brin mcardle on June 28th 2016, 5:37 pm

Cheers,,as you can tell i sleep badly...and its going on ebay
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Re: Denby Pottery

Post by DAVID24/5 on July 12th 2016, 3:32 pm

Just unearthed this large hand thrown stoneware vase which I've owned for years and have always thought it could be a Denby trial. Measures around 9.5" tall and weighs over 2 kilos. Glaze colours are similar to those seen in the 1970s on decorative ranges such as Cascade and Minaret. No maker's mark to the base though the clay looks the right shade of buff to be Denby. Any thoughts?







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Re: Denby Pottery

Post by DAVID24/5 on July 12th 2016, 3:48 pm

Here's another unmarked piece, this time a lamp base, I suspect may be Denby. This looks like it dates to the 50s - Cheviot, Cloisonné era.




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Re: Denby Pottery

Post by NaomiM on July 12th 2016, 3:56 pm

This thread is for positive IDs. If they're not confirmed to be Denby I'll move them into ID My Pottery

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Re: Denby Pottery

Post by denbydump on July 12th 2016, 8:45 pm

Hi Dave, Well the vase is an oddball, never seen the decoration before, and the
shape is strange, with no neck, but the base looks 100% Denby, unmarked trial.

The lamp base is a standard Denby shape, still used recently for tableware range
accessories. Usually unmarked, this one looks 1950s, And is probably a Glyn
Colledge design.
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Re: Denby Pottery

Post by DAVID24/5 on July 14th 2016, 10:42 am

Cheers Jerry. Thanks for the info.
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Re: Denby Pottery

Post by denbydump on July 26th 2016, 2:40 pm

Assorted unmarked trials etc. 1930s or 50s.



Ubiquitous Harvest or Hunting jugs, made from the 19thC to mid 20thC.
There are many sizes styles and sprigs, usually unmarked, as are these.

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Re: Denby Pottery

Post by denbydump on July 26th 2016, 3:50 pm

Denby "MAJOLICA".
The first proper "Art" pottery Denby made, starting in the 1890s on classical victorian
shapes using the "Green majolica" glazes.

The range later expanded to a huge range of  items, including money boxes, animals,
tobacco jars, wall pockets, and miniatures, which continued until the 1930s.
Very rarely marked apart from various wholesaler/retailer marks, particlarly seen on
the many tobacco jars.

Early Green Majolica.



The later Majolica colours



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Re: Denby Pottery

Post by denbydump on September 14th 2016, 12:28 pm

Another unnamed 1950s giftware range. The graduated jugs are more common.
Never marked, apart from "made in england", Attributed to Glyn Colledge.



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Burlington Pattern..50's ?

Post by brin mcardle on September 14th 2016, 6:49 pm

Burlington Pattern Jug...i believe..is is 50's..one of the Colledge's..that Glyn was a busy bugger

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Re: Denby Pottery

Post by NaomiM on March 7th 2017, 12:49 am

Spotted an extra large Denby lamb today




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