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Post by dantheman on February 12th 2012, 3:59 pm

Mayflower I think

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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by studio-pots on February 12th 2012, 5:53 pm

The teapot seems to be the original shape for the range that included Mayflower, Canterbury, Chatsworth and Sherwood and in this colour it would be Canterbury. However, none of the other pieces are the original shapes of those ranges. As they were originally produced from around 1964 it is possible that the shapes of the other items were modified over the years.

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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by lhutch on February 13th 2012, 3:30 pm

Thank you for your responses. Very helpful.
I have now identified the teapot as a Canterbury but I'm still struggling to find what the rest of the set might be....
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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by studio-pots on February 13th 2012, 4:33 pm

I think the rest are one of Gill Pemberton's designs from around 1976. I have found one called Russet, which has a cream speckled ground and wide concenrtic rings in chocolate brown. Clearly not the same colour but the coffee pot and cups and saucers of this look the same shape as yours. The free floating spout on the coffee pot is unusual for Denby.

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ID on Denby sugar bowl, please?

Post by Florabella on April 13th 2012, 1:35 am

I just got this cute little Denby sugar bowl... could anyone provide info on the line and approximate age? Thank you. Happy





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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by studio-pots on April 13th 2012, 10:35 am

The knob on the lid is the wrong shape for Imperial Blue and it is from the Cottage Blue range that was introduced in 1926.

It was in production for many years and was very popular in the 1950s and 1960s and was finally discontinued in 1983. Your mark does suggest that your piece could be from the 1930s but it may be later.

I say "piece" because it is not a sugar bowl but a "Petite Marmite" or small lidded soup bowl.

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ID help please on jug

Post by vanmann on June 16th 2012, 5:15 pm

Any suggestions please on this nicely decorated jug. Marked with printed Made in England and painted initials. Thanks for any thoughts





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1953 North London Studio

Post by 22 Crawford St. on June 18th 2012, 12:56 am

A friend asked if I could help them with this bowl? Perhaps a north London studio from approx 1953? Big - Approx 300mm x 100mm

MADE IN ENGLAND and an painted mark to the base.

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Designer ID Bourne Denby Pin Tray

Post by vanmann on July 22nd 2012, 6:20 pm

Any thoughts please on possible designer fir this Bourne Denby pin tray. I believe mark dates to 1960s. All thoughts appreciated John



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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by NaomiM on July 22nd 2012, 6:39 pm

Looks very similar to Denby's "Burlington" range, designed by Albert and Glynn Colledge c.1956.

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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by Adam20 on September 24th 2012, 5:45 pm

Just bought today - I think this is Denby, not marked that way just 'Made in England' but has Glyn Colledge signature - lovely jug with beautiful striated decoration with overlay of leafes and foliage - banding to top and handle moulded with foliage - anyone able to confirm?

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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by dantheman on September 24th 2012, 7:00 pm

yeah the signature is right

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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by studio-pots on September 24th 2012, 7:42 pm

and signed pieces like this often didn't have the Denby mark.

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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

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is this Glyn Colledge ???? unusual footed bowl...

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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by andy.pauline on December 11th 2012, 10:40 pm

langley pottery???
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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by climberg64 on December 13th 2012, 9:19 pm




I have this giant jug with the same pattern so I think your dish is by Glynn Colledge.
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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by studio-pots on March 30th 2013, 3:45 pm

Glyn meets Shoji

The large vase below is from the "Glyndebourne" range that was created by Glyn Colledge between 1948 and 1950. Contemporary reports suggest that during this period the Denby factory was a giant studio pottery, centred around the work of Colledge. The shapes were hand thrown and the horizontally ribbed surface was intentional. The hand painted decoration, although in pastel colours, is most certainly in the Chinese/Japanese style.

In the book, Denby Pottery 1809-1997 by Irene and Gordon Hopwood, it states, "these pieces are amongst the most rare ever created by Glyn Colledge and confirm his status as a true studio potter."



Note: These were not signed just having Bourne Denby Derby in a circle and Made in England underneath the circle.

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Denby Pottery

Post by lindylou08 on May 19th 2013, 7:44 pm

Hi
I hope I've posted this in the correct place.
I know these pin dishes are Denby - they're clearly marked but I am interested to know the name of the pattern and possibly who designed it - would it be one of the Colledges ? I gather from the backstamp that they were made sometime between 1950 - 1975. Is it possible to be more precise?
Finally, do they have any value?




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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by NaomiM on May 20th 2013, 9:40 pm

The second one looks very like Glyn Colledge, and if that's by him then the first must be too. But it's not signed so difficult to be sure.

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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by lindylou08 on May 20th 2013, 9:51 pm

Thanks. I thought it looked like Glyn. I assume he didn't sign everything.
I had hoped someone recognised them .
I've looked through the Hopwood Denby book but there is no mention of the pattern
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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by studio-pots on May 20th 2013, 10:33 pm

You are correct that not everything had the signature and I suspect that these are part of the "New Glyn Ware" range probably c1960 when the decoration became less "busy".

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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by studio-pots on May 20th 2013, 10:35 pm

As for value, they don't make what they did 10/15 years ago so if you don't need to sell I would hang onto them.

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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by Oldmagpie on May 21st 2013, 12:38 pm

Glyn Ware Hunting Scene Tankard



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is it moorcroft?

Post by eshearm on November 5th 2013, 6:50 pm

Hi can anyone help identify this jug? kindests emma





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