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Post by dantheman on August 10th 2014, 8:16 am

I always loved that pattern

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Re: Crich Pottery (Derbyshire)

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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Re: Crich Pottery (Derbyshire)

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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Re: Crich Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by dantheman on June 5th 2016, 3:29 pm

8 inch vase






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Re: Crich Pottery (Derbyshire)

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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Re: Crich Pottery (Derbyshire)

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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Re: Crich Pottery (Derbyshire)

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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British Studio Pottery Stoneware Cream Jug - Crich Pottery

Post by salsor on February 28th 2017, 6:16 am

I am trying it ID creator of this stoneware jug/pitcher. It is inscribed on bottom: "Made In England". Also inscribed with a simple cipher mark, possibly letters "CP" joined?
It is approx. 11cm tall.




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Re: Crich Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by denbydump on February 28th 2017, 8:33 am

This is Crich pottery, can't say I've seen the made in england before though.

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Re: Crich Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by dantheman on April 2nd 2017, 8:46 pm





5 inches diam
can anyone tell me what it is please?

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Re: Crich Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by NaomiM on April 2nd 2017, 9:32 pm

Joss stick holder?

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Re: Crich Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by dantheman on April 2nd 2017, 10:47 pm

no the hole is far too big but too small for candles

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Re: Crich Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by NaomiM on August 21st 2017, 10:33 pm

Nice glazes to this 6.5 in 170 mm diameter bowl




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Re: Crich Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by olipayton on September 3rd 2017, 9:05 pm

Here is one to add to the mix


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Re: Crich Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by brin mcardle on September 4th 2017, 2:25 pm

That is a FINE PIECE
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