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Title: Rye Pottery Embossed Pin Dish - 'Udimore Dish'

Reference: 03183

Description: A Rye Pottery embossed pin dish, made to commemorate a local church. Pottery has been produced in Rye since medieval times, but what is now known as Rye Pottery was started at Cadborough near the end of the eighteenth century followed by Bellevue Pottery in the second half of the nineteenth century . After the war the premises were bought by two young sculptors - the brothers Wally and Jack Cole, who renamed the company 'Rye Pottery'. They moved away from the traditional designs and produced high quality majolica in the styles of the fifties. Impressed mark to base. c.1970's

Dimensions: D: 13cm (5")

Price: £10

 
     

Title: Royal Copenhagen Fajance Vase

Reference: 03182

Description: A vase, from the Baca range, designed by Nils Thorossen for Royal Copenhagen and produced from 1964 to the 1970's. In the Baca range, Thorsson's own design motifs ranged from naturalistic to abstract and geometric. This line had a lot of complexity in design and relief within the glazing. "Fajance" is a term for hand painted ceramic.

Dimensions: H: 11cm (4.5")

Price: £38

 
     

Title: Staffordshire - Flosmaron - Preserve Pot

Reference: 03181

Description: A charming preserve pot from the 1920's/30's. The preserve pot has a footed base and is decorated with a country scene The pot comes complete with white metal lid. Marked 'Flosmaron, English made' on base along with an impressed mark of Regent.

Dimensions: H: 8cm (3")

Price: £16

 
     

Title: Royal Copenhagen Faiance Dish

Reference: 03180

Description: A Royal Copenhagen faiance dish, colourful and typical of the 1970's. Painted by Beth Breyan. The Aluminia Faience factory was founded by August Schlitt(1834-1863). In 1868 Philip Schou took over the factory and in 1882 bought the Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory and the two companies merged to one. Nils Thorsson took the facory into a new and final era in the period 1928-1969. Aluminia became Royal Copenhagen faience from 1969. Printed mark to base.

Dimensions: 11cm x 11cm (4.5")

Price: £32

 
     

Title: Konakovo Faience Figurine

Reference: 03173

Description: A rare porcelain figurine from the Konakovo (or Konakova Konakovskaya) Faience Plant in the town of Kuznetsovo in the Konakovo Tver region of Russia. Titled "Girl sitting holding her head scarf" c.mid 20th century Printed marks to base. The Cyrillic letters "ЗиК" translates from the Russian as "Zik" or "Zeke".

Dimensions: H: 24cm (9.5")

Price: £225

 
     

Title: Royal Copenhagen Display Sign

Reference: 03167

Description: A Royal Copenhagen Porcelain advertising display sign. The porcelain sign shows the Royal Copenhagen Crown Mark with the three wavy lines. Royal Copenhagen was established in 1775 and exclusively made porcelain dinner services and figurines until 1895 when stoneware was added to the product lines.

Dimensions: 14 x 6 x 4cm (5.5 x 2.5 x 1.5")

Price: £52

 
     

Title: Doulton Lambeth 'Hunting Ware' Tobacco Jar

Reference: 03156

Description: Doulton started producing tobacco jars in the 1820s and early catalogue pages show relief-figured designs known as 'Hunting Ware' or 'Toby Ware'. These were offered in common clay or fine clay, in four different sizes ranging from 1/2 pint to 1 quart. This Doulton Lambeth stoneware 'Hunting Ware' tobacco jar has a selection of hunting and drinking motifs moulded around the edge. Impressed mark to base. c. 1891-1902

Dimensions: h: 12cm (5") D: 8cm (3")

Price: £24

 
     

Title: Denby 'Burlington' Ceramic Lamp Base

Reference: 03153

Description: A 1950's Denby Ceramic lamp base. This is part of the Burlington range, designed by Albert Colledge in 1958-59. In the 1950's this was a very contemporary design and it looks just as contemporary now. Originally the design was glazed in a satin matt black and decorated with white, vertical broken lines. This was followed by blue and green variations as well as the multi-coloured pastels with black, as displayed by this lamp base.

Dimensions: H 22cm (8.5")

Price: £28

 
     

Title: Poole Pottery Delphis Dish Shape 49

Reference: 03144

Description: A 1970's retro Poole Pottery ceramic dish, with green decoration. Shape 49. Ceramic dish decorated by Andrea Fontana. In the early 1960s the Delphis range was introduced. This featured bold, colourful designs on new shapes created by Robert Jefferson and Tony Morris. The Delphis range proved popular and in keeping with the spirit of the times, it remained in production, until the mid-1970s. Stamp to base, with decorators mark,

Dimensions: D: 13cm (5")

Price: £18

 
     

Title: Staffordshire Figure - Helen Terry

Reference: 03143

Description: A Staffordshire figure depicting Helen Terry, probably in the role of Lady MacBeth. Staffordshire potters began producing decorative figures during the 18th century, mostly from earthenware or salt-glazed stoneware.

Dimensions: H: 32cm (12.5")

Price: £78

 
     
     
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