Silver Pine Pottery Ltd, London

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Post by hercules brabazon Wed Mar 09, 2016 11:49 am

I can find next to nothing about the Silver Pine Pottery. It had an address at 2 Newcomen Road, London S.W. 11 (Clapham Junction area, I think) in 1958. It was a limited company; a notice in the London Gazette in 1968 indicates it was about to be wound up. There's a passing mention online to someone who worked there in the 1950s or 60s, and that's about it.

A dish on Worthpoint was made, rather oddly as a souvenir of Rye, and there is indeeed a seasidey feel about the pottery: somewhere between Jo Lester's Isle of Wight production and the polka dot Torquay of the 1950s.
http://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/rye-studio-pottery-sea-horse-dish-162604687

And this is my jam pot:
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Post by NaomiM Sun Feb 19, 2023 4:00 pm

I thought it might have been a studio pottery but I found this info which shows they employed potters and decorators:

https://www.angloinfo.com/blogs/portugal/lisbon/cascais-live/meet-teresa-black/

Teresa Black is British but was born in Lisbon and spent her school days at St. Julian’s School in Carcavelos. After leaving school in 1952 she moved to London to follow a diploma course in Painting, Design and Woodcut Printing at the Slade School of Art, University College, London. In 1955 she received a grant for post-graduate studies in painting and stayed in London for a few years working as a ceramics artist for Silver Pine Pottery and Richmond Pottery. In 1972 she moved back to Portugal to be with her family who were resident here.

Teresa has exhibited extensively throughout Portugal with individual shows at Art Galleries Tempo, Grade, Crishop, Ogiva and Forum Picoas among others.....

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