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Re: How do you display your collection?

Post by flying free on July 19th 2010, 9:34 pm

Nice! I like the Wallwork best obviously and then bottom right next beautiful glaze and form, and then the second from right top shelf (Louis Hudson is it? or not?)
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Post by dantheman on July 19th 2010, 9:40 pm

I'd swap top right with bottom middle

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Post by flying free on July 19th 2010, 9:53 pm

I like the glaze on bottom middle but the first time I saw it on your Avatar I thought of a Bearskin helmet and immediately imagined what they might all look like in their Buck House guards finery but with bright blue bearskins Now I can't see it without thinking of that.
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Re: How do you display your collection?

Post by big ed on July 19th 2010, 10:42 pm

The top shelf left to right is Robin welch and three Alan wallwork,
bottom is Bernard Rooke , Peter Wills and Robin welch , Iam waiting on another Wallwork soon ., Cheers all .
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Post by big ed on July 20th 2010, 10:23 am

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Post by big ed on July 20th 2010, 10:28 am



These pieces originally thought to be Soendgen Keramik have been ID'd as Kera Keramik designed by Walther Gerhart hence the WG on some of the bases , Gerhart worked with soendgen before branching out on his own , however the little vase top left is Roth Keramik , the other glazes are exactly the same , so did he design for Roth as well ? ( as yet no roth designers are known ), also the form nubers are always the same 200, so maybe this is a studio series number .
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Post by big ed on July 20th 2010, 6:13 pm



Ok took your avice Dan moved them around and added new wallwork
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Post by big ed on July 20th 2010, 6:15 pm



studio Raku, bertoncello , schaeffenacker and Schiavon .
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Post by tenpot on July 22nd 2010, 12:48 pm

the picture by my wife is newly displayed the pots need organizing/changing
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Post by tenpot on July 22nd 2010, 1:55 pm

dantheman wrote:that's clutter Paul not a display
you think thats a clutter look at my other displays
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Post by big ed on July 22nd 2010, 2:04 pm

tenpot wrote:the picture by my wife is newly displayed the pots need organizing/changing
I really do like the painting , but I keep thinking of baby penguins when I look at the fruit .
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Re: How do you display your collection?

Post by dantheman on July 22nd 2010, 2:10 pm

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dantheman wrote:Tony Morris wall


These are terrific Dan , I am drawn to the one Top Left and also bottom right , ...top left wins it for me , also I think they should be spaced out more , or are they just together for the group shot ? .

I don't have a wide lens so I had to squash them up a bit

Top left was my first ever TM piece

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Post by skay on July 22nd 2010, 3:03 pm

tenpot wrote:the picture by my wife is newly displayed the pots need organizing/changing

I it, so rural french & shabby chic. With the Mona Lisa, little soldier and the honesty (Lunaria rediviva)

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Re: How do you display your collection?

Post by big ed on September 20th 2010, 7:55 pm



Two new Sam Hall Pots and a new Wallwork
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Re: How do you display your collection?

Post by big ed on September 20th 2010, 7:57 pm



A Sam Hall top right
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Re: How do you display your collection?

Post by Calusa on September 25th 2010, 1:28 am

Well, not exactly how I display MY collection; this is the stuff I am trying to get rid of. This is my display booth at the 2010 Los Angeles Pottery Show which is one of the largest pottery sale/events in the US annually. Pardon the flash glare, there is a mirror in the back of the display case.

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Re: How do you display your collection?

Post by Wadersloh on November 7th 2010, 4:21 pm

I am truly blown away with the displays and collections. What about starting a thread with virtual collections. A potty idea? maybe!
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Re: How do you display your collection?

Post by dantheman on November 16th 2010, 12:51 pm



Poole Aegean range vases from the 1970's with curtains from that period,unfortunately the photo doesn't show the great colour match Rolling Eyes

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Re: How do you display your collection?

Post by flying free on November 16th 2010, 9:57 pm

orange is my fave colour Jumping For Joy
I have a question about displaying plates - what can I use to hang them on the wall? those wire thingies are supposed to damage them. So what are the alternatives? I have to say I had a plate that had the same old hanger on it for I would guess about 40 years and it was in perfect condition as was the uncoated wire hanger it was on. So I'm wondering why they are so damaging? I guess stress on the piece and scratching, but???
So, any thoughts?
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Re: How do you display your collection?

Post by skay on November 16th 2010, 10:25 pm

I'd always been led to believe that too m, but it probably refers to the old ones. I think the newer generation of plate hangers are much less likely to damage. Here's the one I have, as recommended by a Poolie geek :





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Re: How do you display your collection?

Post by truk10 on November 16th 2010, 10:48 pm

The best way I've found of displaying plates is to use the stick-on plate discs. They come in several sizes, are strong (I use them to hang Poole chargers that are over 2kg), are totally hidden behind the plate and you just soak them in water when you want to remove them so there is no damage. You can buy them in Robert Dyas.


Using them you can create a display of plates that seems to "float" on the wall with no visible means of attachment.

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Re: How do you display your collection?

Post by Taylor Thomas on November 16th 2010, 11:00 pm

[quote="truk10"]The best way I've found of displaying plates is to use the stick-on plate discs. They come in several sizes, are strong (I use them to hang Poole chargers that are over 2kg), are totally hidden behind the plate and you just soak them in water when you want to remove them so there is no damage. You can buy them in Robert Dyas.


Very good to know, thank you............
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Re: How do you display your collection?

Post by flying free on November 16th 2010, 11:10 pm

ooh thanks very much everyone. Skay I like that idea but if I used a hanger like that, my kids would bump it and the plate would fly out I'm sure.
I like that the discs seem to be very secure. I'm off to hunt those down tomorrow.
Many thanks!
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Re: How do you display your collection?

Post by dantheman on November 20th 2010, 11:17 am

I bought this Picasso style cushion cover last summer and also a roll of 1970's linen and fibreglass wallpaper, recently I found a quality metal frame at a carboot sale so today they all came together Excellent




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the wallpaper was from the same carboot a few years ago and is also from the 70's

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