Charlotte Rhead – Lampbase

Bursley Ware – Charlotte Rhead – Lampbase – stock #35517

A super looking original Bursley Ware lampbase decorated with an art deco inspired design by Charlotte Rhead. This pattern is TL76 and dates to the mid part of the 1950’s. It has a tubelined multi coloured floral pattern with tulips and other stylised flowers and leaves and an overall lustre effect.

Similar pattern illustrated in “Collecting Rhead Pottery” by Bernard Bumpus in Plate 95 on Page 65.

35517a

Size
Marks
Condition
16.5cm high
22.5cm high inc lampholder
12cm wide
Printed “Made in England”. Tubeline Pattern number “TL76” No chips, cracks or restorations. Minimal wear. Not wired.
Price GB Pounds
£95.00
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Briglin Pottery – Novelty Animals

Briglin Pottery – Novelty Money Boxes & Animals

Robin Money Box – #37617
A super fun original mid century modern design art pottery novelty moneybox in the shape of a singing Robin bird from the studio of the Briglin Pottery, London. Most likely dating to the late 1960’s or early 1970’s. Impressed mark on the underside.
Size – 7cm high & 9cm diameter
Price – £15.00

Dog Money Box – #37717
A super fun original mid century modern design art pottery novelty moneybox in the shape of a shaggy dog from the studio of the Briglin Pottery, London. Most likely dating to the late 1960’s or early 1970’s. Impressed mark on the underside.
Size – 7.5cm high & 10.5cm long
Price – £15.00

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Stanilas Reychan – Lion & Unicorn

Stanilas Reychan – Lion & Unicorn Figures – stock #26017

A super stylised pair of art studio pottery figures in the form of a Lion and a Unicorn representing the Royal coat of arms of the United Kingdom. Each is skill fully hand modelled and decorated with a pale buff/grey glaze. Impressed SR monogramm and original exhibition price labels . The original price was £8-18-6.

Stanislas Reychan MBE (b1897) was born in Vienna, Austria; his father was Polish and mother Austrian. He arrived in England during WW11 and in the late 1940’s he studied at the Central School of Art where he was tutored by the artist studio potter, Dora Billington (1890-1968). He established his own studio in 1950 and potted until he was eighty-eight. He was widely respected and exhibited, and won a silver medal in 1960 at the Paris Salon.

26017a

Size
Marks
Condition
21cm high
7cm wide
Signed with SR monogram and original price labels. Very good. One re-glue break on the Lion’s mane – SEE pictures
Price GB Pounds
£100.00
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Stanilas Reychan – Owl Figures

Stanilas Reychan – Owl Family Figures – stock #33917

A super stylised trio of art studio pottery figures in the form of an Owl with two differing chicks. Each is skill fully hand modelled and decorated with a pale buff/grey glaze. Impressed SR monogramm on the wings.

Stanislas Reychan MBE (b1897) was born in Vienna, Austria; his father was Polish and mother Austrian. He arrived in England during WW11 and in the late 1940’s he studied at the Central School of Art where he was tutored by the artist studio potter, Dora Billington (1890-1968). He established his own studio in 1950 and potted until he was eighty-eight. He was widely respected and exhibited, and won a silver medal in 1960 at the Paris Salon.

33917a

Size
Marks
Condition
Mother – 14.5cm by 11cm
Chicks – 11cm by 9cm
Signed with SR monogram on each. Very good. Chip on the underside on the mother together another chip on one feater – SEE pictures
Price GB Pounds
£65.00
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Coryfo Ceramics – John Clappison

Coryfo Ceramics – Figures by John Clappison – stock #30017

These are a group of Coryfo Ceramics, Corfu, figures made by the Hornsea Pottery and designed by John clappison from c1978-80. Each is a Greek village characters including; Greek Bishop, Peasant Lady and Fisherman. Made from an un-glazed off white bisque pottery.

Two of these figures still have partial retailers labels.

30017a

Size
Marks
Condition
Bishop – 9.5cm high
Man – 8cm high
Woman – 7.5cm high
Partial labels on the Mand and woman. No chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds
£45.00
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Charlotte Rhead – Bursley Ware Vase

Charlotte Rhead HJ Wood Ltd Bursley Ware Pattern TL40 Vase – stock #28617

An art deco design art pottery vase decorated with a pattern of slip painted leaves and tendrils high lighted with gold together with tubeline top and bottom rim patterns all on a mottled pale grey background glaze.

Marked on the underside with;
Moulded shape number 1122.
Printed “Made in England”.
Painted gilt “F”.
Tubelined “R” for Rhead ?

No factory mark to be sure on the attribution. However, it has the same pattern as items made by HJ Wood Ltd / Bursley Ware that are marked with pattern number TL40 and attributed to the designer Charlotte Rhead. Post war production dating to c1950.

28617a

Size
Marks
Condition
19.5cm high
8cm wide
SEE above No chips, cracks or restorations. Crazed glaze.
Price GB Pounds
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Norman Underhill – Large Figure Group

Norman Underhill – Gossips on Bench Figure Group – stock #9417

An impressive large studio pottery figure group by Norman Underhill of two old men on a bench having a good gossip. Very good example with lots of detail. Decorated in muted tones on a tan coloured base.

Signed on the base – Painted Norman Underhill and impressed N monogram

9417a

Size
Marks
Condition
23cm wide
18.5cm high
Signed on the base – Painted Norman Underhill & impressed N monogram Excellent. A few very tiny nibbles and not cracks or restorations.
SEE pictures. Vintage item with some but minimal evidence of use.
Price GB Pounds
£65.00
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Moorcroft – Miniature Bowl

Moorcroft – Orange Lustre Miniature Bowl – stock #28317

A fine looking original art deco Moorcroft Pottery miniature bowl decorated with a rich orange lustre glaze. Little evidence of use. Fully marked on the underside.

28317a

Size
Marks
Condition
3cm high
5.5cm wide
Impressed marks on the underside. SEE pictures. No chips, cracks or restorations. One small blob in the glaze inside the bowl. Lustre in excellent condition.
Price GB Pounds
£45.00
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Boy & Dog – Art Pottery Figure

Boy & Dog – Art Pottery Figure c1930 – stock #21717

An adorable inter wars period art pottery figure of a seated boy with his terrier dog. It is hollow cast with hand finished detail decorated with hand painted pastel toned glazes. No definite signature -although hints can be seen within the textured finish on the plinth.

Very difficult to attribute this work to an artist. As it is hollow cast, it would suggest that it was part of an edition rather than a one off. Suggested artists include; Helen Florence Wickham (1884­-1982), M Blyth or Gladys Mary Hibberd (Exhibited 1927-35)

21717b

Size
Marks
Condition
19.5cm high
8.5cm wide
Vague suggestion of signature on plinth. No chips, cracks or restorations. Crazing to the glaze.
Price GB Pounds
£95.00
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Runnaford Pottery – Tom Pearse

Runnaford Pottery – Tom Pearse Figure – stock #24017

A fine quirky looking Runnaford Pottery figure of the Widecombe Fair character Tom Pearse by Will Young dating to c1980. He is finely hand modelled and standing bow legged with a spotted hankie to his eye. Titled on the front of the plinth.

24017a

Size
Marks
Condition
11cm high
4cm wide
Unmarked No chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds
£30.00
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