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Post by denbydump June 6th 2014, 7:00 pm

My only piece, a 13 inch bottle-vase.

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Post by philpot February 8th 2021, 2:50 pm

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A bull circa 1984.27 cms long.
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Post by philpot February 8th 2021, 2:54 pm

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A 1952 earthenware dish with 'Horse and Rider design. 29.5 cms diameter. Painted mark.
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Post by philpot February 8th 2021, 3:01 pm

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A large earthenware dish with rooster design. 43 cms.Incised mark and dated.
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Post by philpot February 8th 2021, 3:03 pm

A large earthenware  dish with fish design. 1950's. 39.3 cms.William Newland Img_0369
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Post by croker February 8th 2021, 3:04 pm

hi,  there was a bull by newland with damage which sold for £900 plus and a goat by hine which sold for £2000 plus, at tw gaze auctions on the 14th oct 2020  they can be viewed on their catalogue archive lots 8097 and 8098.

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Post by studio-pots February 8th 2021, 3:58 pm

I saw them online at the time and was surprised at the prices, especially that of his wife's goat.

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Post by croker February 8th 2021, 4:25 pm

another potter james tower was linked to this group he produced pieces in a similiar vein but he then moved on to a more fine art career producing fine large pots in tin glaze (very nice but expensive).
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Post by studio-pots February 10th 2021, 5:10 pm

croker wrote:another potter james tower was linked to this group he produced pieces in a similiar vein  but he then moved on to a more fine art career producing fine large pots in tin glaze  (very nice but expensive).

James Tower was really in a different league in that he was exhibited by art galleries from very early on and continued with them until the end. For much of the time he was represented by Gimpel Fils in London.

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Post by philpot February 10th 2021, 5:54 pm

Croker is right though. James Tower, Margaret Hine, William Newland, and Nicholas Vergette did the ceramic course in the London Institute of Education in the late 40's. Equally, all used Tin glaze techniques in some form or another. Hence the association.
On t'other hand the Picassettes stayed in London, and produced some good painterly ceramics and became part of that 50's London culture Coffee Bars and all.
Whereas James Tower taught at Corsham,Bath throughout the 50's. As you say though Studio, he produced a quality and uniqueness of work that was more Fine Art than studio pottery. There is an interesting book on him worth having a look at.
There is a clear link, but not a very strong one.
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Post by studio-pots February 10th 2021, 6:12 pm

I agree with everything that you both have said and my comment was really that, unlike the others under discussion and the rest of the British studio pottery world at the time, his work was always expensive, as he was the only potter that I am aware of that was taken up by the art world at the time.

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