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Post by Potteryman June 11th 2023, 1:49 pm

I have had several fish of this size in the last decade or so and all have been different in colour or pattern design…..i would think that there would be duplicates of patterns though….
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Post by NaomiM July 19th 2023, 10:02 pm

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Post by Potteryman July 19th 2023, 10:04 pm

Unusual Ink Stamp on a “cook” period slipware tankard….nice colour combo.
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Post by vanmann March 3rd 2024, 8:28 pm

Wondering if anybody can ID this mark on underside of this Ambleside  candle holder. Is it a date or potter's mark?
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Post by NaomiM March 3rd 2024, 10:08 pm

Looks like Ambleside ‘85

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Post by vanmann March 3rd 2024, 11:24 pm

Thank you I didn't realise they were still operating that late
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Post by NaomiM March 4th 2024, 12:26 am

George Cooke ran it from ‘48-68. I don’t know if it closed then. Might be ‘68

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Post by INKA26 April 7th 2024, 5:01 pm

Hi all. I’m trying to find both the design name of this dish - if indeed it has one - and the maker. A very helpful member (Philpot), informed me the signature was that of George Cook?. This little dish belonged to my late parents and I’m guessing they bought it in the late 1950s or early 60s, but don’t know for certain. I think it’s delightful. It measures 3¾ inches across and I’d love to find more pieces in this design. Any information gratefully received. Many thanks. ☺ P.S. I’m not sure why my photos keep turning 90° right ! Sorry about that.
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Post by Potteryman April 7th 2024, 5:44 pm

The little dish is as you have been told from the Ambleside pottery first set up by George Frederic Cook but this is not marked for him……the pottery was founded by him in 1948 and ran until he sold it as a going concern to the Jackson family in 1968….the pottery closed in we think 84…..from memory……the design is from the workers head…..if you look back through the posts you will see quite a few piece of the handpainted ranges…..covering flora and fauna to dragons and vikings and the puritans which we know was designed by Price…….i don't recognise the workers mark off the top of my head but will look at the names i have and get back to you if its listed……it’s a great little collecting field….and a lovely little piece….
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Post by INKA26 April 7th 2024, 7:18 pm

Thank you very much for your detailed reply. I’m a complete novice at pottery collecting, but I absolutely love this little dish and can’t wait to find more, albeit not necessarily by this worker if we can’t identify them ! I love all of the Ambleside designs that I’ve seen so far and love the sound of dragons and vikings ! I’m looking forward to seeing items in other members collections and to learning more about this pottery. Thanks again
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Post by Wynyardr May 21st 2024, 8:42 am

Hi

No mark on this pitcher / jug - any ideas please?

Thanks

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Post by Potteryman May 22nd 2024, 12:02 pm

It looks like a piece of George cook Ambleside pottery…..if you look really carefully you may see an impression of the pressed in Ambleside mark often obscured by the glaze….
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Post by Wynyardr May 23rd 2024, 8:43 pm

Potteryman wrote:It looks like a piece of George cook Ambleside pottery…..if you look really carefully you may see an impression of the pressed in Ambleside mark often obscured by the glaze….

Very good observation, I can definitely see the similarities now you mention it. Thank you.
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Post by Potteryman June 18th 2024, 1:52 pm

Early George Frederic Cook Ambleside pottery pike…..A scarce piece.A wonderful naturalistic image of a Pike showing the right colours shape and pure menace….I have loved owning it….Simply marked “CooK” 1954….Measuring just over 2’ in length…..

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