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
» Last unidentified potter's mark
Unusual casserole with lid -  This is English St Ives Pottery? EmptyYesterday at 16:15 by raimer

» Another potter's mark, New Zealand or Australia
Unusual casserole with lid -  This is English St Ives Pottery? EmptyYesterday at 15:16 by raimer

» Potter's mark, possibly NZ, but haven't found it yet.
Unusual casserole with lid -  This is English St Ives Pottery? EmptyYesterday at 15:09 by raimer

» Is this mark Royce McGlashen or someone else?
Unusual casserole with lid -  This is English St Ives Pottery? EmptyYesterday at 13:19 by CharlotteNZ

» Shape 102 Mini Vase in Use ...
Unusual casserole with lid -  This is English St Ives Pottery? EmptyYesterday at 12:17 by Ev

» Electric jug. Temuka maybe? Yes Neeco Temuka
Unusual casserole with lid -  This is English St Ives Pottery? EmptyYesterday at 11:05 by JP

» Shape 62 Ambrico Tumbler Vase in Use
Unusual casserole with lid -  This is English St Ives Pottery? EmptyYesterday at 9:34 by Ev

» Shape 597 Small Shell in Use
Unusual casserole with lid -  This is English St Ives Pottery? EmptyYesterday at 9:30 by Ev

» 431 Santa mug and 432 toby jug INQUEST.
Unusual casserole with lid -  This is English St Ives Pottery? EmptyThu 29 Feb - 16:10 by JP

Unusual casserole with lid - This is English St Ives Pottery?

2 posters

Go down

Unusual casserole with lid -  This is English St Ives Pottery? Empty Unusual casserole with lid - This is English St Ives Pottery?

Post  mumof1 Fri 20 Feb - 14:55

Unusual casserole with lid -  This is English St Ives Pottery? Dsc04820
I came across this unusual casserole today, with a handle. It looks like a giant soup crock, but has a lid too
Unusual casserole with lid -  This is English St Ives Pottery? Dsc04821
The mark is similar to what I imagine the St Ives mark would look like. Does anyone know please?
mumof1
mumof1
Admin

Number of posts : 2356
Location : Mapua, Nelson
Registration date : 2011-03-21

Back to top Go down

Unusual casserole with lid -  This is English St Ives Pottery? Empty Re: Unusual casserole with lid - This is English St Ives Pottery?

Post  Ev Fri 20 Feb - 18:03

That does look familiar and I suggest that you post it on Tim's Facebook page sunny.
Ev
Ev
Admin

Number of posts : 17585
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

Unusual casserole with lid -  This is English St Ives Pottery? Empty Re: Unusual casserole with lid - This is English St Ives Pottery?

Post  Ev Fri 20 Feb - 19:08

I have a Ferrester marked pot and it's different to this one!
It's in the gallery and doesn't have dots.
Ev
Ev
Admin

Number of posts : 17585
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

Unusual casserole with lid -  This is English St Ives Pottery? Empty Re: Unusual casserole with lid - This is English St Ives Pottery?

Post  Ev Fri 20 Feb - 20:27

Bingo it is St Ives !!

http://www.antique-marks.com/studio-pottery-marks.html
Ev
Ev
Admin

Number of posts : 17585
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

Unusual casserole with lid -  This is English St Ives Pottery? Empty Re: Unusual casserole with lid - This is English St Ives Pottery?

Post  mumof1 Fri 20 Feb - 20:56

Yay! I love when I think I've found a mark and I'm right - wish it had a Bernard Leach mark too. sunny
mumof1
mumof1
Admin

Number of posts : 2356
Location : Mapua, Nelson
Registration date : 2011-03-21

Back to top Go down

Back to top


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