Upchurch Pottery – Vase c1930

Upchurch Pottery – Twin Handled Vase c1930 – stock #60016

A super example of Upchurch Pottery with this twin handled 26cm high vase decorated with typical running earthy blue and grey glazes on a Roman inspired shape. Signed on the underside in script “Upchurch” to indicate a date of about 1930. Many of these shapes were inspired by Roman examples excavated locally to the pottery and were sold through Liberty of London.

60016a

Size
Marks
Condition
26cm high
16cm wide
Incised script mark on the underside. No chips, cracks or restorations.
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Upchurch Pottery – Vase

Upchurch Pottery – Large Green Glazed Vase – stock #49916

A larger than usual Upchurch Pottery vase decorated with typical thick earthy green coloured running glazes. Impressed “UPCHURCH” on the underside to suggest an earlier date, perhaps c1920.

49916a

Size
Marks
Condition
16.5cm high
19cm wide
Impressed “UPCHURCH” on the underside No chips, cracks or restorations.
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Saunders Isle of Wight Pottery

Isle of Wight Pottery Jug – Samuel Saunders Period – stock #50416

A good larger than average sized Isle of Wight Pottery jug from the Samuel Saunder Period c1930. This example has the typical “Edward Baker” Upchurch handle on a conical form body. Decorated gradusted running glazes with turquoise near the top down to a creamy yellow below.

Printed maker marks on the underside together with painted pattern codes.

50416a

Size
Marks
Condition
14cm high
14cm wide
Printed makers mark
Painted numbers O/216/4
No cracks or restorations. A couple of tiny chips on the foot rim – SEE pictures.
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Sibley Pottery Vase

Sibley Pottery Vase – stock #51716

A good sized example of the art pottery from the Sibley Pottery. This example is a squat form vase 14cm high, heavily thrown and decorated with a gloss turquoise glaze.

Marked on the underside with an incised “sibley” together with a stick like AK symbol for the potter Amy Krause.

There is some variations about the history of The Sibley Pottery but the best suggestions that it was established by Rachel Bennett in c1920-1922 near Wareham in Dorset and ran until 1939. Another potter working there is listed as Amy Krause. The pottery premise was them used by Branksome Pottery from 1945 until about 1959.

51716c

Size
Marks
Condition
14cm high
18cm diameter
Incised marks on the underside.
“Sibley” plus stick like symbol AK
NO damage chips, cracks or restorations. Firing fault on the underside which does not go through to the inside – SEE pictures.
Price GB Pounds
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Royal Lancastrian – Plates

Royal Lancastrian – Kingfisher Blue Plates – stock #50216

These are two Royal Lancastrian art pottery plates, shape number 2815, decorated with their “Kingfisher Blue” glaze. Each is 18.3cm in diameter. Impressed marks on the underside to suggest a date of c1925

50216a

Size
Marks
Condition
18.3cm diameter Impressed makers mark on the underside together with shape number 2815 No chips, cracks or restorations. Minor surface wear.
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