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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by studio-pots on May 20th 2013, 10:35 pm

As for value, they don't make what they did 10/15 years ago so if you don't need to sell I would hang onto them.

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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by Oldmagpie on May 21st 2013, 12:38 pm

Glyn Ware Hunting Scene Tankard



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Tazza? - Denby

Post by Nik on August 16th 2013, 12:24 am

Not sure if this qualifies as a tazza but I don't know what else to call it, maybe 'nibbles bowl.'

4.7cm high 13cm dia, dark brown outer glaze to textured body. Green inner with white trailing.

The colour of the body and the stamp remind me of Hillstonia/Moira.





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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by NaomiM on August 16th 2013, 12:30 am

Looks like Denby to me.

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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by beedragon on August 16th 2013, 1:20 am

Would Denby do an applied glaze that looks like rick rack? I've never seen that.
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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by NaomiM on August 16th 2013, 1:51 am

Yes it is unusual, but everything else about it says vintage Denby to me.

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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by Potty on August 16th 2013, 1:57 am

Fairly sure it's Langley or Denby, but I always forget which "Made in England" mark is which. Shock 

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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by beedragon on August 16th 2013, 11:32 am

I have several pieces of Denby and one piece of Langley in the cupboard next to me.  The mark above, is most like my Langley piece - the layout of the words and the fact that England is spaced slightly wider than "made in".  The only difference is that my piece has Langley and the windmill on it as well.

None of my Denby pieces have the wording laid out like this.  They either say "England" or have "Made in England' all on one line.

My pieces are all later, more contemporary bits though, for what that's worth.


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Denby pot

Post by kreative-kim on August 17th 2013, 7:45 pm

Could anyone tell me about this pot?  Any information would be great! I would love to know when it was made, a guess on value and how rare it is, as I can't find anything the same anywhere after trawling the internet! I have found the colour to be homestead brown and this colour came into use in 1930.

Many thanks for any information given.

I need to be put out of my misery. Wah 

its about 2 1/2" in diameter and 2 1/8" tall





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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by studio-pots on August 17th 2013, 9:33 pm

Welcome to the Forum Kim.

Your small piece of Denby does appear to have the traditional Homestead Brown glaze but the shape appears to be that used for the Potters Wheel range that came on the market in 1973. This is borne out by the mark on the bottom of your piece that dates it to between around 1975 and 1985. I imagine it was made as a small storage jar and suspect that it is quite uncommon but it really doesn't have any significant value.

I hope that is of some help?

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is it moorcroft?

Post by eshearm on November 5th 2013, 6:50 pm

Hi can anyone help identify this jug? kindests emma





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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by philpot on November 5th 2013, 6:53 pm

Its Denby Circa 1950 give or take a few years.
The signature is that of Glynn Colledge.
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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by studio-pots on November 5th 2013, 9:31 pm

............. and the range was called Glyn Ware.

They were painted by a team of decorators but checked and signed by Glyn after he gave each piece the OK. The reason that it is often difficult to read, as in the case of your jug, is that he was right handed but signed these pieces with his left hand.

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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by vanmann on April 9th 2014, 3:59 pm

Any thoughts please on pattern/designer/date of this nice little lidded pot thanks John

   
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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by NaomiM on April 9th 2014, 4:41 pm

Found a very similar one on Millers website, listed as:

A Denby 'Potters Wheel' lidded pot, designed by David Yorath in 1973.

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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by philpot on April 9th 2014, 4:46 pm

Potters wheel it is...

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=denby+potters+wheel&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=4WpFU8auHNOBhAfDp4C4Cg&sqi=2&ved=0CE4QsAQ&biw=1056&bih=671
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Large tankard, painted signature to base for ID

Post by Jeffingtons on May 2nd 2014, 6:36 pm

Hey Pottery Brains. This one looks familiar but it's outside my usual area of interest so I don't know where to begin. Picked it up thinking it was Walter Moorcroft's signature but has no other Moorcroft marks. Who else signs their work in a similar manner to Moorcroft? (apart from fakers)

I've cleaned this now but it was filthy inside suggesting a bit of age to it. Skilled handpainting, hand thrown. Hoping that your meta-knowledge can id maker and age.
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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by studio-pots on May 2nd 2014, 7:16 pm

It's from the Glyn Ware range that Denby introduced in 1950.

Note: It was originally called Glynn Ware in advertising.

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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by denbydump on June 3rd 2014, 2:01 pm

A David Yorath vase



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Denby Freestone

Post by denbydump on June 4th 2014, 11:54 pm

climberg64 wrote:


I have this giant jug with the same pattern so I think your dish is by Glynn Colledge.

Both pieces are Denby "FREESTONE" by Glyn college c1958.
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Westbury

Post by denbydump on June 4th 2014, 11:59 pm

dantheman wrote:

This is my favorite tableware pattern,do you know who designed Westbury?

Westbury was designed by Glyn College and Gill Pemberton in 1973.
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Tigo

Post by denbydump on June 5th 2014, 12:02 am

Adam20 wrote:Tigo Ware vase with original label to base


Not technically a vase, this is the "TOK" (marrow) pourer. Nice shape I have one myself. How you were supposed to fill it I
don't know!
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Tableware

Post by denbydump on June 5th 2014, 12:06 am

lhutch wrote:I have these Denby pieces, given as a gift in 1979. Can anyone please help to identify the name of this range? Thank you

Yes the teapot is "Canterbury", The others are "Bankware", made at Langley for USA export, to be given away free as a promotion
when one opened an account. There is also a blue version.
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Bourne Denby Farmstead range, 'Gretna', by Alice Teichtner.

Post by Vinny on June 8th 2014, 7:13 pm

I have a large white bourne denby bowl which has a swirl pattern and a blue rim. I have been unable to identify it apart from the mark which I believe to be pre 1930's


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Re: Denby Pottery (Derbyshire)

Post by NaomiM on June 8th 2014, 8:12 pm

I have a very large bottle jug in the same colours.

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