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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by Jeffingtons on September 24th 2014, 10:52 pm

Clay and stamp look like my Briglin pieces. It's a decent looking fake if it is. Is Briglin worth enough to be faked? It's still pretty cheap
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Post by NaomiM on September 24th 2014, 10:55 pm

Jeffingtons wrote:Clay and stamp look like my Briglin pieces. It's a decent looking fake if it is. Is Briglin worth enough to be faked? It's still pretty cheap


Agreed, I think it's Briglin. They're not always marked.

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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by Guest on September 25th 2014, 7:29 am

This is marked front at the base, but I was referring to a thread  I had read on this site about them being faked, I've found it now.

https://www.20thcenturyforum.com/t263-briglin-pottery-london

Sorry for any confusion caused.

I really know nothing about briglin animals and had not seen one similar without a glazed face so just wondered if it was real.


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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by 22 Crawford St. on October 14th 2014, 11:47 pm

Zip - those eye surround shapes are very distinctive and follow on from the white clay originals from the late 50's Here are two white clay versions that are a little earlier than yours. I have owls coming out of my ears ATM and could put my hands on a few more. The big dusty one is probably about the same time as yours if it's groggy clay? Then sixties ENGLAND. They start sharp and clear and after they have made 30,000 they then to be all over the shop.

If you want to confirm they are old use a alternative method based on the Sherlock Holmes 'dust' test, but which uses a smartphone ... you can't fake dead wasps! Two would be from the fifties, one for the sixties and probably only a fly or two from the 70's... Big Laughter






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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by Celtic_Fan on October 17th 2014, 4:20 pm

22 Crawford St. wrote:Don't say the 'H' word  Insane  I bought a job-lot and there were some unusual ones in it. I thought collectors may appreciate a group photo of the herd since I have them all out together. I have always scoffed about the Briglin animals but they do go for good money in today's market. They will be 'going' - I need to downsize. The worst thing is that I have more, somewhere Shrugs

Only just seen this.

So it was you that out bid me.
I was watching a load of stuff at that auction and everything went just above what I wanted to pay (having to add postage!).
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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by Celtic_Fan on October 17th 2014, 4:23 pm

A Briglin goblet I picked up today.

Has a blue Thistle design which I not seen before..



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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by Guest on October 17th 2014, 4:38 pm

22 Crawford St. wrote:Zip - those eye surround shapes are very distinctive and follow on from the white clay originals from the late 50's Here are two white clay versions that are a little earlier than yours. I have owls coming out of my ears ATM and could put my hands on a few more. The big dusty one is probably about the same time as yours if it's groggy clay? Then sixties ENGLAND. They start sharp and clear and after they have made 30,000 they then to be all over the shop.

If you want to confirm they are old use a alternative method based on the Sherlock Holmes 'dust' test, but which uses a smartphone ... you can't fake dead wasps! Two would be from the fifties, one for the sixties and probably only a fly or two from the 70's... Big Laughter








Thanks Crawford for the info and the lovely pics of your parliament, I've only just seen your post sometimes the golden plus signs go white as though I've read a post when I haven't.

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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by 22 Crawford St. on October 18th 2014, 12:59 pm

NP Zip. Celtic Thistle is late 70's and one I rate as some of the other patterns are a bit slap-dash by then. There seems to be a lot more time taken on the Thistle items, they are very consistent as if always decorated by the same person. That would be my guess.

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Post by 22 Crawford St. on December 23rd 2014, 10:01 pm

Lastly for Christmas some Briglin Pottery including a tiny white clay Penguin for DD.

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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by denbydump on December 23rd 2014, 11:29 pm

No bugger, never seen a penguin grrrrrrrrr.
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Studio Vase - Briglin

Post by Davee on March 27th 2015, 8:57 pm

Bulbous vase with painted decoration, nicely turned base, Totally unmarked, the decoration looks familiar to me but just can't place it.




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Fish Vase - Briglin

Post by Davee on March 27th 2015, 9:19 pm

Vase with carved fish decoration, looks like Briglin to me Shrugs . If it is Briglin what age is it and how uncommon, as I've not seen one before.



    

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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by denbydump on March 27th 2015, 9:26 pm

so similar to my vase on this page

https://www.20thcenturyforum.com/t263p105-briglin-pottery-london?highlight=briglin

And a very nice bit, what's the size?
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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by Davee on March 27th 2015, 10:00 pm

It tapers slightly and measures just under 9.5"

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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by 22 Crawford St. on March 27th 2015, 10:57 pm

Ahhhhhh Eeeerrrrr - Dunno. Strange if it is. Decs are very odd, base is odd but I would not say no.
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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by 22 Crawford St. on March 27th 2015, 11:16 pm

That's nice! -     Only thing I don't like is the thin white ground burning through brown - I prefer it whiter. I think the thin brown white ground is later so 70's.

Lovely thing - not common at all.

These two are marked ENGLND = 60's

http://www.briglin.com/portfolio/briglin-tall-carp-vase/
http://www.briglin.com/portfolio/briglin-medium-fish-vase/
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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by denbydump on March 28th 2015, 12:31 am

So the Jury is out then?

I might have been tempted, lots of things look right(ish).
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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by Davee on March 28th 2015, 7:42 am

The base made me think Briglin as well, but the decor threw me.

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Post by 22 Crawford St. on March 28th 2015, 5:17 pm

Davee - 50/50 more photos would help
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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by 22 Crawford St. on March 28th 2015, 10:27 pm

Davee - this is why it's often hard when unmarked   Shrugs


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Large Bowl Green Glaze Inside. Stamped Briglin?

Post by stardust* on August 7th 2015, 6:35 pm

I have this large bowl 30cm across the rim, and 13cm tall. It's brown matt (salt?) glaze on the outside and a lovely green gloss glaze inside.
It has 2 stamps, both of which I have taken to be Briglin, however the Briglin pottery I see regularly is very different. I was wondering, am I right in interpreting this mark as Briglin?





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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by dantheman on August 7th 2015, 6:38 pm

looks like the Briglin stamp, not saltglaze

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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by 22 Crawford St. on August 7th 2015, 7:49 pm

Excellent All correct - That groggy clay was mostly sixties - probably early sixties and although not marked as such. I would think it was ENGLAND period. 300mm is a good size, thanks for letting us see it.
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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by denbydump on August 13th 2015, 9:09 pm

A nice double gourd vase from my collection, 6.5 in high.
22CS has seen a pic, but not of the base. I'm assuming,
and hoping, it's by Eileen Lewenstein. What do you think?



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Re: Briglin Pottery (London)

Post by 22 Crawford St. on August 13th 2015, 10:49 pm

Yes nice set of marks DD. That made in England is an early one, that I know. Eileen left in 58. I've not seen a red clay piece by her marked Brigin before ..need to check. The assumption would be it's later 50s. rather than early. Most of the early stuff is white clay. Yes certainly EL piece. Very interesting!

So my guess is 55-58 ishy.

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