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Post by NaomiM on July 17th 2016, 3:09 pm

Glyn Colledge, Denby

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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by dantheman on July 17th 2016, 3:11 pm

I guessed before I saw the images

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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by carlyoung on July 17th 2016, 3:42 pm

Ha ! Thanks Dan
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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by denbydump on July 26th 2016, 2:40 pm

Assorted unmarked trials etc. 1930s or 50s.



Ubiquitous Harvest or Hunting jugs, made from the 19thC to mid 20thC.
There are many sizes styles and sprigs, usually unmarked, as are these.

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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by denbydump on July 26th 2016, 3:50 pm

Denby "MAJOLICA".
The first proper "Art" pottery Denby made, starting in the 1890s on classical victorian
shapes using the "Green majolica" glazes.

The range later expanded to a huge range of  items, including money boxes, animals,
tobacco jars, wall pockets, and miniatures, which continued until the 1930s.
Very rarely marked apart from various wholesaler/retailer marks, particlarly seen on
the many tobacco jars.

Early Green Majolica.



The later Majolica colours



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Denby Pattern ID Please

Post by stardust* on August 25th 2016, 10:22 pm

It's Denby, and it's an ashtray, I know that much. The pattern, however I'm not finding.
could I have some help please?


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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by stardust* on August 25th 2016, 10:29 pm

Is it anemone?
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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by denbydump on August 25th 2016, 11:16 pm

An ash tray made at Langley Mill, probably a Glyn College design.
Sligtly similar, but not Anemone.
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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by denbydump on September 14th 2016, 12:28 pm

Another unnamed 1950s giftware range. The graduated jugs are more common.
Never marked, apart from "made in england", Attributed to Glyn Colledge.



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Burlington Pattern..50's ?

Post by brin mcardle on September 14th 2016, 6:49 pm

Burlington Pattern Jug...i believe..is is 50's..one of the Colledge's..that Glyn was a busy bugger

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Denby dish pattern name?

Post by Essenjay on October 3rd 2016, 8:12 pm

This one's for DD...

Does this pattern have a name, perchance, J? I seem to remember Alan had a number of these in Belper all those years ago but I'm not sure if it was from any particular range? Just 'gift ware'?

Thanks in advance.





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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by denbydump on October 3rd 2016, 10:24 pm

Well remenbered, It's called "Gay Border".
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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by Essenjay on October 3rd 2016, 10:39 pm

Blimey, I thought that I'd have heard of that before but no. Mind you, wish I hadn't asked now as I've just checked completed eBay listings - no Denby pieces but several pictures of young men in various states of undress. Each to his or her own.
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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by denbydump on October 3rd 2016, 11:00 pm

Ha Ha Funny how connotations change. The word Gay was much used in 1950s
advertising for all the bright colours and new designs, after the drab austerity.
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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by lindylou08 on March 6th 2017, 5:40 pm

I seem to be attracted to Denby stuff.
Picked this up today and have found out that the mark was for 1945- 50s. Not the usual floral Glyn Colledge and appears very of the era
Is there a name to the design please? TIA

 
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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by denbydump on March 6th 2017, 6:34 pm

Cloisonne, by Albert and Glyn Colledge 1957.


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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by lindylou08 on March 6th 2017, 7:03 pm

Thanks again DD
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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by NaomiM on March 7th 2017, 12:49 am

Spotted an extra large Denby lamb today




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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by denbydump on March 7th 2017, 1:20 am

The big ones are hard to find, though white is a commoner colour.
The sizes are shown here on page 4.
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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by NaomiM on March 7th 2017, 2:30 am

Most Excellent
I was tempted but ticket price was a lot more than the pink one that sold on you know where, recently

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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by denbydump on March 12th 2017, 3:25 pm

Denby "Velray".
Some unusual shapes turn up, sometimes unmarked, usually in plain
colours with the Velray backstamp, not recorded in the Denby book.
I believe they were manufacturers or retailers of Bath salts.
The pastel birds models have also been seen with this mark.



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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by brin mcardle on April 26th 2017, 5:55 pm

Very tall Denby Ware vase...i believe the design is Burlington..were these designed by the Colledges

Would we say 50's...btw the way stands 11 inches high
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Bourne denby bed warmer???

Post by Mountfo on August 4th 2017, 9:41 pm

Good evening I hope someone could help me here. I dug this up at work the others day and was wondering if someone could point me in the rite direction as to what it is and when it was made. It has been stamped on the base with bourne denby England and some initials.
Many thanx matt



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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by denbydump on August 4th 2017, 11:30 pm

Hi Mountfo and welcome to the forum.

Technically it is known as a foot warmer. Denby produced huge numbers of these,
from the 19th century until well into the 1930s. This plain one is the most common
and many have survived, though nice to have the original stopper with it.
The rubber seals do perish.
The impressed mark could be from 1895, difficult to see in the pic.

The novelty/decorative/advertising ones are the more sought after.
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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by hercules brabazon on August 14th 2017, 5:58 pm

"Potter's Wheel" range cylindrical vase, designed by David Yorath:



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