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  • 1 studio pottery bowl with black line detail

    1 studio pottery bowl with black line detail

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    These studio pottery bowls have been completed in a white rake glaze overlaid with black line detailing.  They are signed to the base.

    Diameter 8.5cm high x 14cm diameter

    Studio pottery is pottery made by a professional artist or artisan working alone or in small groups, making unique or short runs of items. Typically, all stages of manufacturing are carried out by the artists themselves.

    They are priced individually. 

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  • A mid-century West German pottery vase (1960s)

    A mid-century West German pottery vase (1960s)

    $155.00

    A mid-century West German pottery vase.

    #289-41.

    Height 41cm

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  • Decanter and six glasses by Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars Glass (UK) 1960S

    Decanter and six glasses by Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars Glass (UK) 1960S

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    A perfect set of glasses and decanter by Geoffrey Baxter.  No chips or scratches to the glass. The decanter has a teak stopper top (which appears unused) with squared body and textured finish. Each glass in the same design raised on a circular foot.

    Decanter measures approx. 23cm x 10cm x 10cm.

    Glasses measures approx. 11cm x 6cm diameter. 

    Geoffrey Baxter was one of the outstanding British glass designers of the post-war period. From 1954 until 1980 he worked for Britain's leading handmade glass manufacturer, Whitefriars Glass, designing a wide range of domestic glass, including tableware and ornamental glass. With radical shapes and bright psychedelic colours he helped put Whitefriars Glass on the post-war fashion map and became responsible for much of the company’s success during the 20th Century.

     

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  • West German Green and brown jug with overlaid glazes (1960s)

    West German Green and brown jug with overlaid glazes (1960s)

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    A lovely little jug produced in West Germany in the 1960s with a variety of greens, browns and silver glazes fired over one another to produce a layered effect

    Height 16 cm

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  • "Breathing Space" studio glass vase by Nick Orsler (1986) UK

    $155.00

    Nick Orsler -  A Studio glass vase titled "Breathing Space", in pink and blue translucent glass. Signed and dated 1986 to base,

    Dimensions - 20cm high

     

    Nick Orsler trained at Hornsey College of Art in London, and then did a degree in Industrial design at Leicester University.  He set up a small studio in London with the support of a Crafts Council award. Stockists of Nick's work have included Harrods International glass department, Liberty's One off department and the Designers Guild.

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  • A midwinter pottery coffee set in 'Scarce Baroque' pattern by Jesse Tait (1960s)

    A midwinter pottery coffee set in 'Scarce Baroque' pattern by Jesse Tait (1960s)

    $78.00

    A Midwinter Pottery part coffee set in the scarce Baroque pattern by Jessie Tait (1960s)

    Includes coffee pot, lid, 5 cups and 6 saucers, sugar pot and milk jug

    Coffee pot height - 20cm

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  • A midwinter pottery coffee set in 'Spanish Garden' pattern by Jesse Tait (1960s)

    A midwinter pottery coffee set in 'Spanish Garden' pattern by Jesse Tait (1960s)

    $78.00

    A Midwinter Pottery part coffee set in the 'Spanish Garden' pattern by Jessie Tait (1960s)

    Includes coffee pot, lid, 6 cups and saucers.

    Coffee pot height - 20cm

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  • Eric Leaper 'Petrol Glaze' large ceramic platter (1950/60s) Cornwall

    Eric Leaper 'Petrol Glaze' large ceramic platter (1950/60s) Cornwall

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    Eric Leaper Pottery of Cornwall petrol glaze large platter

    Dimensions 36.5cm x 21.5cm.

    Eric Leaper (1921-2002) studied at the Central School of Art.  He set up his own pottery in Dorset.  In 1954 he moved to Newlyn, Cornwall where he started the Pottery known as Leaper Potter. Here, Eric was as well known by the Potters and fisherman for throwing parties as pots.  Newlyn lasted until 1980s and it was during this time Eric developed and produced the multi-coloured 'splash' designs for which he is most famous.

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  • Celtic Pottery decanter with tray and 4 beakers in 'Medallion' design (1960s) Cornwall

    Celtic Pottery decanter with tray and 4 beakers in 'Medallion' design (1960s) Cornwall

    $194.00

    Celtic Pottery of Cornwall decanter tray and four beakers in the 'Medallion' design

    Decanter - 25.5 cm high

    Celtic Pottery was started in Mousehall, Cornwall by Bill and Maggie Fisher in the mid 1960s.  They developed the Celtic folk design which was popular in the midcentury.  Maggie moved the pottery to Newlyn in th 1970s where she produced the 'medallion' range which this decanter is from.

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