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Post by climberg64 on March 10th 2012, 9:03 pm




Delicate porcelain.
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Post by climberg64 on March 10th 2012, 9:06 pm




Partially obscured impressed mark.
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id help please

Post by angie2009 on August 12th 2012, 11:01 pm

picked up today, thought it might be dutch ?

Any help appreciated to find out the maker

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Ta Angie
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Re: Andrew Hague, Askrigg Pottery.

Post by NaomiM on September 3rd 2012, 9:22 pm

Tall Andrew Hague cylinder vase.
13.5" high






Potter's stamp = H for Hague, and ^ between the arms of the H for Andrew, and a dot between the legs of the H.
Pottery stamp below. Looks like an 'R', or lowercase 'a', or combination of the two, for Askrigg.

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Post by skipposal on February 28th 2013, 9:08 pm

I got these two mugs from Andrew when I first moved to Yorkshire in the mid-1990s. Bit dull imho. 8.3cm (height)




I didn't realise at the time that he trained with Marianne de Trey at Shinner's Bridge but this lidded pot of his I bought recently off ebay seems a much nicer item and I can see how she influenced him. 7.8cm (height).





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Post by Oldmagpie on June 29th 2013, 7:48 pm

Stoneware pot, sadly missing lid, with AP stamp with single dot under the A, not sure what that signifies however, anyone? Rolling Eyes 





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vase marked with conjoined AP - Andrew Hague, Askrigg Pottery

Post by vanmann on October 14th 2013, 6:32 pm

Ithought that this may have been Abington Pottery but now realise mark is wrong being impressed rather than incised or painted. Also there appears to be a definite dot betwen legs of A. All suggestions appreciated John





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Post by vanmann on October 14th 2013, 7:01 pm

Have found it now Askrigg Pottery. Some pieces I have seen from here are marked with AH conjoined so presumably these pieces are actually made by Andrew Hague and the ones marked with AP made by someone else at same pottery
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Post by NaomiM on October 14th 2013, 8:01 pm

I've seen both marks on Askrigg Pottery, and seen the AP mark wrongly attributed to other potters.
I don't know why there are two, but it would make sense if he had assistants/students helping him.

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Pair of seedpods vase - Andrew Hague

Post by NaomiM on January 9th 2014, 12:09 pm

Stoneware seedpod vase. Unmarked. Possibly 70's vintage.
It was bought with one of Bryan Newman's vases, Aller Pottery, so possibly one of his? Although, if it was, I'd expect it to be marked.









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Post by NaomiM on January 9th 2014, 7:12 pm

It looks to be a faithful copy of a real pair of seedpods, so I think that excludes naturalistic potters like Rooke and Wallwork who are a bit more interpretive.

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Re: Andrew Hague, Askrigg Pottery.

Post by Sepultus on May 28th 2014, 4:55 pm

This vase is one of my favorite pieces and I've owned it for some years, I use it regularly and it currently has carnations in it.





Sorry, will do in future.

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Post by denbydump on June 6th 2014, 6:53 pm

A nice little pot



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Post by denbydump on July 5th 2014, 7:10 pm

A porcelain dish with amazing decoration on the underneath.
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Re: Andrew Hague, Askrigg Pottery.

Post by NaomiM on October 4th 2014, 6:44 pm

Lidded box





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Flat-sided lidded pot

Post by BrandX on December 20th 2014, 2:59 pm

       


10 sided. Approx 6" high x 5" dia.
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Re: Andrew Hague, Askrigg Pottery.

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Andrew Hague bowl

Post by CHOUGHED-TO-BITS on August 18th 2015, 9:48 am

This bowl was attributed to Andrew Hague when I bought it at auction but looking at his marks on here I now have my doubts .
Did Andrew also use this mark and if so when in his career . I am selling this bowl online so if I have it wrongly attributed I need to correct it quickly . Thank you for your time.
Sorry for some reason I can not post pictures but the bowl has "HAGUE" impressed on the foot of the bowl .
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Re: Andrew Hague, Askrigg Pottery.

Post by denbydump on August 18th 2015, 10:28 am

Hi there, New members have to wait to post pics.

The book doesn't mention a full-name mark ,but Naomi
has posted one here, not sure what it relates to though.

www.20thcenturyforum.com/t8622-andrew-hague-askrigg-pottery
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Re: Andrew Hague, Askrigg Pottery.

Post by NaomiM on August 18th 2015, 11:26 am

I have a sculptural pot with HAGUE stamped in the base. I haven't got round to asking him if it's one of his but I'm fairly confident it is. Maybe best to email him directly. I asked him about another bowl and he was very friendly and helpful even though that particular one was not his .

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Post by NaomiM on August 18th 2015, 11:43 am

I've found your bowl/yunomi and copied the photos to post here. (May be best to move it to Studio Pottery rather than Art Pottery).
It looks like raku rather than stoneware. I don't recall seeing anything this shape or material made by Andrew Hague. Best to contact him direct.

















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Post by 22 Crawford St. on August 18th 2015, 1:52 pm

250mm? pot with scale decoration - I'll post a bottom pic later.



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Re: Andrew Hague, Askrigg Pottery.

Post by denbydump on August 18th 2015, 9:58 pm

Wow. best piece I've seen!

My big Moon flask (top pic on the right)
is the best piece I have.

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Post by CHOUGHED-TO-BITS on September 2nd 2015, 10:53 am

Just had confirmation that this is by Andrew Hague . Here is the reply that he has just sent to me .
sorry for delay been away on holiday. Yes it is one of mine.made in the late 60,s at shinners bridge pottery (Dartington) fired in Marianne de Trey,s raku kiln at a party we held there for other potters including David Leach,Colin Kellam,and others I was apprentice there for 6 years Happy days!!!
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