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Post by 22 Crawford St. October 15th 2020, 5:28 pm

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Post by books1 November 29th 2020, 10:01 am

G'day all, just joined - specifically to show you this small and unremarkable Briglin pot.  I'm pretty sure it's genuine, because it's been in the family for years. I just "rediscovered" it whilst doing some spring cleaning and decided to look closer to see if it had a maker's imprint - which it does, albeit seemingly upside down, based upon what I have viewed in this topic.

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You might just be able to see that the glaze ends about 10mm short of the lip of the pot (although I'm no expert!).  I don't know if this is usual.

I could not see anything like this in this topic, so thought I'd "throw" it out there!

Cheers,

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Post by NaomiM November 29th 2020, 10:34 am

Maybe an egg cup? Although it looks more like a beaker size. Maybe even from a series of practice pots for a new apprentice

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Post by books1 November 29th 2020, 4:38 pm

Could be - never thought of that! Happy

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Post by 22 Crawford St. April 14th 2021, 1:51 pm

A new addition (right) to my growing family of cats from the late 50s. As DD pointed out these are not porcelain but white clay, meaning they are Parkinson style but by Briglin. Most are base marked anyway. This is just after Parkinson made the thespian figures which are porcelain 1957/58 ish

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Post by philpot April 15th 2021, 8:50 am

Oh I do like those! The stuff that Briglin did in the earlier years always seems far more interesting than 70's+ Wax resist stuff that they are renowned for. How many pieces do you have now Crawford?
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Post by dantheman April 15th 2021, 9:40 am

is that the piece that got pulled on ebay?

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Post by 22 Crawford St. April 15th 2021, 11:39 am

Dan no. Yes they were very creative in the 50, finding their feet - they tried load of things a lot of unusual things, sadly not a great deal survives. I've had the lions share of these cats over the last 15 years that have popped up. One every few years. Rare but not particularly valuable when compared to Parkinson. The sixties stuff is good also. Trouble is that they were really popular in the 70s so 95% of what is out there is churn / mass produced 70s wax resist stuff. Well made just not creative
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