Latest topics
» Salisbury Shape 484-3 with Baker knob
correction of Fulford vase mark EmptyYesterday at 19:15 by Ev

» McSkimmings / Crown Lynn Connection ....
correction of Fulford vase mark EmptyYesterday at 17:07 by Maryr

» Are these Crown Lynn ? Yes indeed they are Crown Lynn Ti Toki bottles
correction of Fulford vase mark EmptyTue 16 Jul - 20:05 by Lyn M

» Amorangi Hikuroa
correction of Fulford vase mark EmptyTue 16 Jul - 19:51 by Kat & Co.

» Marion Mewburn
correction of Fulford vase mark EmptyTue 16 Jul - 10:57 by Ev

» Steve Bishorpric
correction of Fulford vase mark EmptyMon 15 Jul - 7:44 by Ev

» Very cool Flaire vase - and sticker for gallery
correction of Fulford vase mark EmptySun 14 Jul - 15:54 by JanPots

» Beautiful Cup
correction of Fulford vase mark EmptySun 14 Jul - 15:48 by Ev

» Who signs their work Aotea NZ?
correction of Fulford vase mark EmptySun 14 Jul - 15:25 by JanPots


correction of Fulford vase mark

Go down

correction of Fulford vase mark Empty correction of Fulford vase mark

Post  temata3 on Mon 26 Nov - 10:32

These pots are definitely the work of David Fulford made in the early 1970's at Te Mata Potteries
Havelock North as your headings say.He is the youngest son of Huelin V Fulford who founded Te Mata potteries on his return from world war 1 in 1919. Huelins Father and grandfather both Johns came to Napier in 1875 to establish a brickworks for the Dolbel brothers.John Jnr moved to Havelock North {as it is known now} in 1888 to establish a Brickworks and pottery. The John's were brick makers in
France and Jersey before coming to N.Z. making the family one of the oldest potters in N.Z.
David is still alive living in Australia.Hope this sets things right for you and history.

temata3

Number of posts : 1
Registration date : 2018-11-26

Back to top Go down

correction of Fulford vase mark Empty Re: correction of Fulford vase mark

Post  Ev on Mon 26 Nov - 11:14

Thank you so much temata3 as it is important to retain history like this of our brick and pottery background.

There is now a Fulford's Brick and Pottery Works Temata Category:

http://www.newzealandpottery.net/f115-fulford-s-brick-and-pottery-works-temata
Ev
Ev
Admin

Number of posts : 14208
Location : Sth Auckland New Zealand
Interests: : NZ Studio Pottery and NZ Pottery History
Registration date : 2008-08-28

http://www.newzealandpottery.net

Back to top Go down

Back to top


 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum