Briglin Pottery Vase – Flowers

Briglin Pottery Vase – stock #35318

A post war modern design studio pottery vase decorated with incised and glazed stylised floral pattern on a matt black background. Designed and made at the Briglin Pottery in London and dating to the later part of the 1960s.

Impressed “Briglin” on the foot rim.

Size
Marks
Condition
20cm high
8.5cm wide
Impressed “Briglin” on the foot rim. No chips, cracks or restorations.
Vintage item with minimal evidence of use.
Price GB Pounds SOLD


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Briglin Pottery Vase – Flower

Briglin Pottery Vase – stock #35218

A post war modern design studio pottery vase decorated with incised and glazed stylised floral pattern on a matt black background. Designed and made at the Briglin Pottery in London and dating to the later part of the 1960s.

Impressed “Briglin” on the foot rim.

Size
Marks
Condition
11.5cm high
7cm wide
Impressed “Briglin” on the foot rim. No chips, cracks or restorations.
Vintage item with minimal evidence of use.
Price GB Pounds SOLD


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Abuja Pottery – JUG

Abuja Pottery – JUG – stock #34118

A finely thrown and decorated Abuja Pottery jug decorated with a stylised leaf pattern overa mottled grey glaze. The pottery seal together with an inditinct potters seal.

Impressed studio seal marks under the handle together with traces of a paper label on the underside.

Size
Marks
Condition
18.5cm high
13cm wide
Impressed seals under the handle – SEE pictures. No chips, cracks or restorations.

Price GB Pounds
£85.00

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Broadstairs Pottery – Cockerel

Broadstairs Pottery – Cockerel – stock #31118

An amusing mid century modern design earthenware model of a Cockerel by yht Broadstairs Pottery, Kent. It has a flat very stylised profile with impressed decoration. Glaze with a milky tan coloured glaze with an unglaze central section.

The Broadstairs Pottery was established by David White (d2011) in c1968 and continued until 1983.

Size
Marks
Condition
13.5cm high
16cm wide
Unmarked No chips, cracks or restorations.

Price GB Pounds
£10.00 + postage

SOLX


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DARTINGTON Pottery VASE

DARTINGTON Pottery VASE – stock #24918

A fine looking original studio pottery vase with a thrown flatten ovoid moonflask shape. Decorated with a hand painted stylised pattern of blossom and leaves. The glazes has a slight iridescent lustre. Impressed DP monogram on the foot rim for thr Dartington Pottery. The pale streak across the pictures is a reflaction NOT in the pattern.

The Dartington Pottery Training Workshop, now known as Dart Pottery or Dartington Pottery, was establsihed in 1975 in South Devon after David Leach had the idea of forming a ‘community workshop’ in 1972. His father, Bernard Leach, had worked at the site in the 1930s and Marianne De Trey worked there until the early 1980s. This vase has the feel of De Trey and Colin Kellam.

Size
Marks
Condition
10.5cm high
8cm wide
Impressed DP monogram on the foot rim. Excellent. NO chips, cracks or restorations.
Vintage item with some but minimal evidence of use.

Price GB Pounds
£15.00

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Bullers – Bowl by Agnete Hoy

Bullers Ltd – Bowl by Agnete Hoy – stock #21818

A fine quality porcelain studio pottery bowl by Bullers of Stoke on Trent designed and decorated by Agnete Hoy (1914-2000).

A finely potted shallow bowl shape made a thick porcelain decorated with brown abstract pattern on a satin pale olive coloured glaze. Signed on the underside with AH monogram and numbered 272. Most likely dating to the mid 1940’s.

Size
Marks
Condition
6cm high
22.5cm wide
Impressed marks on the undeside “Made in England AH 272 By Bullers” No chips, cracks or restorations.

Price GB Pounds
£30.00

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Stanislas Reychan – Owl Figure

Stanislas Reychan – Owl Figure – stock #19718

A charming studio pottery model of an Owl by the anglo/austrian/polish artist potter Stanislas Reychan porbably dating to the 1960’s. It is hand modelled and glazed in an off white colour with the red pottery showing through.

Stanislas Reychen was born in Vienna in 1897. His father was Polish and his mother Austrian. He served as a cadet officer in the Austro-Hungarian army during WW1 after which he studied at the Lvov Technical College. He worked as a motorcycle importer, film extra, and car hire firm before joining the Polish Army in France in 1940, shortly after he ended up in England. He was made a “Member of the British Empire” in 1944 for services to the allied cause and ended his service in 1949 as a major.

After the war he became interested in pottery and studied at St Martin’s School of Art under Walter Marsden and The Central School of Art under Dora Billington. He worked from a studio in St Johns Wood from 1953 until 1985, potting until he was eighty-eight. He was a member of the Craftsmen Potters’ Association, Red Rose Guild of Craftsmen and Hampstead Artists’ Council. He was widely respected and exhibited extensively including at; Royal Academy, Heal’s Mansard Gallery, Bluecoats Gallery in Liverpool and won a silver medal in 1960 at the Paris Salon.

His work is included in the collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum with a figure titled ‘Prometheus Chained’, hand modelled red earthenware figure, tin-glazed and painted in turquoise, blue and manganese. Donated by the artist c1980-1985. Also in the collection of Leicester Museum and Art Gallery.

He was an early member of the ‘Craftsmen Potters Association’ and once during a meeting, where another member commented that ‘Your work is fit only for the fairground!’ he defended himself by stating ‘These are all my children’.

Size
Marks
Condition
11cm high
9cm wide
Impressed SR monogram. No chips, cracks or restorations. The end of one feather is missing and glazed over in the making.

Price GB Pounds
£30.00

SOLD
UK Only


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