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Post by NaomiM November 23rd 2020, 7:40 pm

There seems to have been at least 3 versions of their tree stamp which I'll call Spring (no apples), Summer (with apples on the tree), Autumn (apples on the ground), and Winter (bare branches with or without the apples on the ground) - they may be leaves rather than apples, and the 'apples on the group' might represent crops growing in the field.

I've since been told that the number of dots/leaves/apples (whatever you want to call them) represents the number of years. So the early mark is the bare tree (just a line drawn round it to represent the leaves) with 'tramlines' (probably representing a ploughed field) below it.


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Post by chris dalton February 18th 2022, 12:17 pm

I have used and collected Coxwold for many years now. I would like to put together some sense of a timeline of kins in use, marks used, students etc. I know there are lots of other Coxwold collectors out there with lots of knowledge and interesting pots such as unusual student marks. I am happy to list some more pots. Any help would be greatly apprechiated, I will be thinking about this over the next two months. Chris Dalton
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Post by NaomiM February 18th 2022, 12:32 pm

Maybe worth contacting Jill and the potters who trained there for their memories of other potters they trained with

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Post by chris dalton February 18th 2022, 12:37 pm

I am visiting Jill at Easter, and am in touch with two ex students. I want to organise my thoughts so any questions are of value.
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Post by chris dalton February 18th 2022, 12:46 pm

I am going to organise my thoughts and ideas first via email, sending examples of pots and marks. Needs to link into kilns in use, members of the family etc. The wood fired kiln started in 69, before was an electric one based on that at Winchcombe. Later was another electric one. Kiln use overlapped. It would be interesting to know about students. There was one from Spain bringing her ways too. :)
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Post by chris dalton February 18th 2022, 1:34 pm

The pottery mark of an apple tree is there because the pottery backed onto an old orchard. The number of branches represents the number of members of their family. There are many variations in marks with each number of branches.
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Post by chris dalton February 18th 2022, 4:08 pm

An early Jill Dick mark, normally seen as JD


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