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Title: Aylesford Pottery Goblet

Reference: 03159

Description: A Aylesford stoneware fluted studio pottery goblet. In 1954 David Leach set up the Aylesford Priory Pottery for the Friars. He stayed for a year, teaching pottery to the monks, and then handed over managership to Colin Pearson. Impressed mark to base.

Dimensions: H: 14cm (5.5")

Price: £14

 
     

Title: Rare Norman Underhill Figurine

Reference: 03158

Description: A rare handmade studio pottery figurine by the renowned potter Norman Underhill (1933-1998). This figurine depicts a woman, in a long dress, sitting on a brick wall with her loyal dog at her feet. The majority of his figurines depict males and male professions so very rare to find a figurine of a woman. Norman Underhill ran a successful vehicle repair shop, and was first inspired to make figurines in his spare time by coal miners from the Mendips pits. He initially modelled the figurines with just a coffee spoon and a knife, using clay hand-dug from a local river, and a home-made kiln, however following the success of his figures he decided to invest �5 in a second-hand professionally made model but continued to model using just a coffee spoon and a knife. Painted mark on base

Dimensions: H: 16cm (6.5")

Price: £95

 
     

Title: Norman Underhill 'Fisherman' Figurine

Reference: 03157

Description: A handmade studio pottery figurine of a fisherman by the potter Norman Underhill. Norman Underhill (1933-1998) ran a successful vehicle repair shop, and was first inspired to make figurines in his spare time by coal miners from the Mendips pits. He initially modelled the figurines with just a coffee spoon and a knife, using clay hand-dug from a local river, and a home-made kiln, however following the success of his figures he decided to invest �5 in a second-hand professionally made model but continued to model using just a coffee spoon and a knife. By the early 1970s the earnings from his pottery figures were exceeding those from the vehicle repair service. Printer mark to underside of foot.

Dimensions: H: 10cm (4")

Price: £35

 
     

Title: 6 x Coldstone Pottery Plates

Reference: 03155

Description: 6 x Coldstone studio pottery plates. Coldstone Pottery (1953-69), Ascott-under-Wychwood, is where Chris Harries (1901-1972) set up his own pottery after leaving Winchcombe Pottery. The clay was 2 parts St Thomas's and one part local yellow clay which gave the fired pieces a mellow pink body. Coldstone was characterised by slip decorated earthenware with crossed-wheatear and feathered decoration. Dieter Kunzemann (1928-2011), trained and worked with his father-in-law, Chris Harris, at Coldstone Pottery from 1953-1967. In 1967 he started Evenlode Pottery in Gloucestershire.

Dimensions: D: 17cm (7")

Price: £25

 
     

Title: Studio Pottery Bowl by Wilfrid Norton

Reference: 03150

Description: An studio pottery bowl by Wilfrid Norton. Glaze, with mystical incised decoration. Wilfred Norton (1880-1973) was born in Shropshire. He was apprenticed with the Coalport Company at the age of 13 and subsequently became one of their designers. As a potter be was highly rated by Bernard Leach. His figurative works usually depicted classical, mythological or semi-religious subjects. All his pieces were unique and were often titled and monogrammed. Another characteristic of his work was the use of matt glazes in muted colours. Incised mark to base.

Dimensions: H: 8cm (3.5") Diam: 14cm (5.5")

Price: SOLD

 
     

Title: Studio Pottery Dish by Gordon Whittle

Reference: 03151

Description: A stunning studio pottery dish by Gordon Whittle enhanced with the phrase 'Apple Pie without any cheese is like a kiss without a squeeze'. Gordon Whittle creates beautiful ceramics from his studio in Wiltshire.and produces a wide range of individual pots and commemorative pottery. His quirky touches make each piece individual and turns kitchenware into a real pieces of art. They have elegant calligraphy and personally developed glazes, especially a type of crystalline �chou� for which he is particularly renowned.

Dimensions: Diam 24cm (9.5")

Price: £72

 
     

Title: Wilfrid Norton Studio Pottery Bowl

Reference: 03148

Description: An interesting large, bowl by the potter Wilfrid Norton. Gray glaze, with incised decoration. Wilfred Norton (1880-1973) was born in Shropshire. He was apprenticed with the Coalport Company at the age of 13 and subsequently became one of their designers. As a potter be was highly rated by Bernard Leach. His figurative works usually depicted classical, mythological or semi-religious subjects. All his pieces were unique and were often titled and monogrammed. Another characteristic of his work was the use of matt glazes in muted colours. Incised mark to base. There is a crack on the base of this bowl(see image) which is likely to be a firing crack.

Dimensions: Diam 24cm (9.5")

Price: SOLD

 
     

Title: Vase by C D Nowell at Disley

Reference: 03147

Description: A stunning piece of post war Studio Pottery by C D Nowell using interesting streaked glaze techniques. A very tactile piece of Studio Pottery. C D Nowell was based in Disley, Cheshire from 1946-51 and then at Prestbury from 1951-59. Incised mark to base. c.1946-51

Dimensions:

Price: £38

 
     

Title: Blue Slipware Studio Pottery Dish

Reference: 03139

Description: A colourful blue studio pottery dish, with vibrant slipware design. Hand built. Signature to base of dish.

Dimensions: 31cm x 31cm (12" x 12")

Price: £25

 
     

Title: Studio Pottery 19th C Slipware Serving Dish

Reference: 03134

Description: A traditional slipware country pottery serving dish. Brown glaze, with cream feather like slip pattern. c. 19th Century

Dimensions: 30 x 24 x 7cm (12 x 9.5 x3")

Price: £50

 
     
     
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