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Post by decroco on September 11th 2011, 1:20 pm

have got a sale on this one, it weighs over 6kg and is the largest that I have come across.

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Post by bistoboy on August 18th 2012, 11:58 am



some lovely Crich pottery: plates, lidded jar and oil bottle
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Post by dantheman on August 18th 2012, 3:23 pm

Does anyone know whichDenby patterns were designed by Diana?

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Post by big ed on August 18th 2012, 4:04 pm

dianaworthy@rocketmail.com

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Post by NaomiM on August 23rd 2012, 10:30 pm

Love this Crich Pottery mug





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Post by Nik on December 15th 2012, 10:58 pm

Big dome: 8" diameter.

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Post by Nik on January 8th 2014, 12:18 am

23cm egg.

I've been meaning to put this on for a while, I've had it for at least 10 years. I'm surprised not to have seen more of them. I emailed David Worthty about it back in 2011 and got this reply:

"Yes I can confirm that the piece you have does indeed come from the  Crich Pottery studio, we called them  variously Pebbles/Eggs and where part of a range that Diana created around 1997 with a totally new colourway/ decorative style  named Lifeforce. She signed them all with her initials DW. We had been approached by John Lewis to come up with something exclusive and so  Lifeforce was born and went on to become a bestseller!"



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2 Stoneware Pots, Same Monogram Mark

Post by RoyJ99 on June 28th 2014, 5:52 pm

I've been twisting these pots round and round and still can't decide which way up this should read. Wondering if anyone here can enlighten me. Thanks.





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Post by denbydump on June 28th 2014, 6:06 pm

Crich pottery Derbyshire, Diana Worthy

http://superj.musicdot.com/crich.htm


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Post by denbydump on July 14th 2014, 12:04 am

dantheman wrote:Does anyone know whichDenby  patterns were designed by Diana?

No mention of her in the Denby book, was she just a decorator?
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Post by denbydump on July 14th 2014, 12:14 am

In response to this post:

http://www.20thcenturyforum.com/t14220-does-anyone-recognize-this-signature-please

I have a colour leaflet I got from the pottery, years ago, before it closed.
I guess I can't reproduce it on here, but it has some info on the colourways.
The leaflet mentions 8, but only has photographs of 7, so here goes.

BLUE / GREEN Blue/green/black
RAINBOW Light Blue/Dark Blue/Mauve
CORAL Red/Grey/Black
OATMEAL BROWN Beige/Dark Brown
HARVEST YELLOW Pale colours: Yellow/green/Grey
HEATHER Pale clours: Pink/Grey/Beige
AUTUMN RUST Beige/Brown on an Orange background.

I have only collected the rainbow so far, as it is by far the prettiest.

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Post by NaomiM on July 14th 2014, 12:22 am

I guess I can't reproduce it on here,

I don't see why not, so long as you include the attribution. You could upload a photo(s)

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Post by denbydump on July 14th 2014, 12:31 am

Hmm well I've got into trouble already with Buchan info I have, so I'll need mods
permission first.
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Post by dantheman on July 14th 2014, 12:31 pm

as far as I'm aware Industrial copyright, including promotional materials, lasted 25 years after the end of calendar year of the initial release - but they changed it recently so that it's no longer possible for copyright to be owned by a corporation, but by the individual creators, and with the standard lifetime +70 years copyright length, as with art, books, etc...

info supplied by Mr Nic Pinkspoons

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Post by denbydump on July 14th 2014, 12:52 pm

Thanks Dan
So that must mean all the vintage ad blogs on Flickr and Tumblr, and sites like
http://www.vintageadbrowser.com/
are all being a bit naughty, or are just ignorant of the regs.
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Post by dantheman on July 14th 2014, 2:32 pm

possibly but in our case skay is legally responsible for all content posted on the forum so we have to be whiter than white so he doesn't fall foul of the law (even though he doesn't read the pottery posts)


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Post by denbydump on August 10th 2014, 8:04 am

dantheman wrote:Does anyone know whichDenby  patterns were designed by Diana?

A fellow Denby collector suggested that while at Denby pottery, Diana was known as
Diana Woodcock-Beckering, and returning to the Denby book, there is just the one
entry for her as the designer of the "Trees" pattern, c1970.
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Post by dantheman on August 10th 2014, 8:16 am

I always loved that pattern

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Post by denbydump on August 10th 2014, 9:49 pm

Funny how little of it turns up, even round here. (BTW there is also a green version)
Maybe it wasn't a successful seller, but as a tableware range, I would have expected
to see more of it. Never seen a dinner plate or a cereal bowl even.
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Post by dantheman on August 10th 2014, 9:58 pm

I once visited a Denby dealer who used it as her every day tableware,she told me it was made for 1 year only then production was stopped due to high manufacturing costs

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Post by BrandX on December 20th 2014, 3:22 pm

   

   


Picked these two up at the same time. Jug approx. 4 3/4" high x 3 3/4" dia. ; Ladle approx. 12" long with 3 7/8" dia. "bowl". Presumably the ladle will have originally been with a tureen
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Post by dantheman on June 5th 2016, 3:29 pm

8 inch vase






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Post by dantheman on June 8th 2016, 8:43 am

denbydump wrote:
dantheman wrote:Does anyone know whichDenby  patterns were designed by Diana?

A fellow Denby collector suggested that while at Denby pottery, Diana was known as
Diana Woodcock-Beckering, and returning to the Denby book, there is just the one
entry for her as the designer of the "Trees" pattern, c1970.

I just found this info

Denby Pottery have produced a new ten-piece range of stoneware called Trees. Two sizes of plate (6in and 8in) together with a cereal or soup bowl form the basis of the set, which also includes a milk jug, tea pot and coffee pot, mug and saucer, and a sugar bowl. The shape was designed by Gill Pemberton and the decoration - black trees set against a spotted sky and candy striped hills - was by Diana Woodcock Beckering.

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Post by denbydump on June 8th 2016, 11:40 am

There is the standard purple Trees, and a Green Trees variation, maybe for export.
Very little turns up, even round here, ages since I have seen any at all.
Cosquently it can command some silly prices. The metal-handled tea pot (from Gill's
"Chevron" range), being a good example.
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Post by dantheman on June 8th 2016, 2:33 pm

I once visited a Denby dealer who used the full set of tree pattern tableware every day, she told me it was the hardest of all to source

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