NEW ZEALAND POTTERY
Would you like to react to this message? Create an account in a few clicks or log in to continue.
Latest topics
» Mark on small oil jug
Too Lovely to Leave - but damaged:-( EmptyYesterday at 20:23 by VikiM

» Temuka Terracotta bowl and tall Wildflowers vase
Too Lovely to Leave - but damaged:-( EmptyYesterday at 19:06 by Anya.Ferns

» Mark on small oil jug
Too Lovely to Leave - but damaged:-( EmptyYesterday at 17:55 by VikiM

» Is this Titian?
Too Lovely to Leave - but damaged:-( EmptyYesterday at 16:43 by Ev

» Titian like cave drawing lamp base by Aquila
Too Lovely to Leave - but damaged:-( EmptyYesterday at 14:16 by Ev

» V5 Vase for Titian Gallery ~ Crackle glaze outer
Too Lovely to Leave - but damaged:-( EmptyYesterday at 13:04 by Ev

» Frederika Ernsten
Too Lovely to Leave - but damaged:-( EmptyYesterday at 8:35 by Ev

» LITTLE JUG WITH STOPPER - marked 'j' to base
Too Lovely to Leave - but damaged:-( EmptySun 25 Jul - 16:45 by TangerNe11

» POTTERY JUG - no mark
Too Lovely to Leave - but damaged:-( EmptySun 25 Jul - 16:41 by TangerNe11


Too Lovely to Leave - but damaged:-(

Go down

Too Lovely to Leave - but damaged:-( Empty Too Lovely to Leave - but damaged:-(

Post  teaandcoffee Wed 6 Mar - 17:40

Just wanted to share two lovely bits source from op-shops and garage sales that were just too good to leave even though they are damaged.

Too Lovely to Leave - but damaged:-( Too_lo10

Roy Cowan was a real master and the teapot was by him (probably 1960s). He is supposed to be a modernist but this bit could happily fit in an "anglo-oriental" collection.

Among the most committed anglo-orientalists were Harry and May Davis and this fantastic coffeepot is by their Crewenna Pottery

But:

Too Lovely to Leave - but damaged:-( Too_lo11

I still love them I love you

teaandcoffee

Number of posts : 331
Registration date : 2012-04-22

Back to top Go down

Too Lovely to Leave - but damaged:-( Empty Re: Too Lovely to Leave - but damaged:-(

Post  Ev Thu 7 Mar - 8:27

They are lovely examples of quality NZ Studio pottery, even though they are not perfect.
Ev
Ev
Admin

Number of posts : 15639
Location : Sth Auckland New Zealand
Interests: : NZ Studio Pottery and NZ Pottery History
Registration date : 2008-08-28

http://newzealandpottery.net

Back to top Go down

Back to top


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