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Post  dollcrown on Sun 2 Aug - 13:23



A green Fullford Pottery vase with mark and printed TE MATA POTTERIES HAVELOCK NORTH.

Any idea of era please?

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Re: Fulford Vase

Post  Ev on Sun 2 Aug - 13:37

Wow that is a piece of pottery history dollcrown!
Perhaps you could Private Message RFulford to see if he can help with age.
I will add that mark to the Marks Gallery, but would really like to add the stamp too if it is possible to take a close up of it please.
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Fulford vase marks

Post  dollcrown on Sun 2 Aug - 20:33



The Te Mata Potteries mark as best I can get it.

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Post  Ev on Mon 3 Aug - 7:27

Thanks dollcrown. Even though it is rather faint I have added it to the Gallery, until a clearer one comes by.
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Post  teaandcoffee on Fri 10 Aug - 19:04

I just thought I better mention one thing about this vase before I forget.

There is something else interesting here, other than that it was fired in Fulfords Brick and Pipe works. The 1950s are the unknown decade for New Zealand ceramics and this contemporary looking vase was made by a man who was one of the important, but still completely unknown Modernists who potted in New Zealand in that decade.

His name was Karl-Axel de Flon, and I believe the small 'd', large 'F' mark on the base of this vase is his personal mark, which dates the vase to about 1951-1953.

You can read more about him in this article dating to 1952 (from DESIGN REVIEW: VOLUME 4, ISSUE 5 (OCTOBER-NOVEMBER 1952):
Page 1:
http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/etexts/Arc04_05DesR/Arc04_05DesR15.jpg
Page 2:
http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/etexts/Arc04_05DesR/Arc04_05DesR16.jpg

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Re: Fulford Vase

Post  Maryr on Sat 11 Aug - 11:13

Teaandcoffee, for some reason I could not connect with your links. Do I need to register with that site?
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Post  teaandcoffee on Sat 11 Aug - 13:50

Hi Val

I seem to still be getting them Ok. Try this link - its the same material but a different format:

http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz//tm/scholarly/tei-Arc04_05DesR-t1-body-d6.html

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Post  Maryr on Sat 11 Aug - 14:01

Hey thanks teacoffee. All the links work perfectly on my desktop. My phone must have been having one of those moments!
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