Adam Buick - Mini Moon Jar
The piece is an iconic shape of Adams with him throwing various sizes.
This is the smallest that he produces. It is glazed on the exterior and interior well with a Sang de Boeuf, the rest of the piece is left unglazed leaving the porcelain visable.
The makers mark at stamped just above the foot rim.
David Frith, Brookhouse Pottery; Lidded Storage Jar
The item has been thrown with the sides cut afterwards, and is glazed throughout with a thick khaki glaze with iron additions to each of the faceted panels.
It is stamped to the base of with David's personal mark.
Height - 25cm
Diameter - 17cm
Margret Frith, Brookhouse Pottery; Footed Porcelain Bowl
The item is covered with an iron ground with various glazes applied top such as: sang de boeuf, temoku, khaki, ash and cobalt. These are all applied from the edge, which runs down into the central well.
Height - 10cm
Diameter - 23cm
David Frith, Brookhouse Pottery; Footed Platter of Square Form
The piece has been glazed throughout with a celadon glaze with an applied wash of a blue glaze. It has then been trailed by an Iron glaze to various panels and to heighten the lines and curves of the bowl. Each panel has been decorated, with opposing panels being decorated in similar styles. Two panels are decorated with a naive bird, the other ones with slip trailed Abstract decoration and the inner well has also been decorated with small specs of Sang de Boeuf. The central decoration again outlined with the iron trail.
It is stamped to the base with Davids personal stamp as well as the Brookhouse Pottery mark.
Height - 8.5cm
Width - 30.5cm
Margret Frith, Brookhouse Pottery; Large Octagonal Platter with Central Fish Decoration
The piece is of octagonal form, the raised rim surrounding the lower dropped well. It is decorated throughout with a wavy pattern with additions of a nude glaze. The central well is exposed with sang de boeuf glaze, with a wax resist decoration to the centre. The underneath is decorated with a glaze pour from the decoration on the face.
Height - 4cm
Diameter - 30cm
Margret Frith, Brookhouse Pottery; A Porcelain Bowl decorated with Various Glazes.
This wonderful piece has a raised rim with a recessed well. The shaped outline flowing around the perimeter, and is covered throughout with a celadon glaze which has been layered with a sang de boeuf, cobalt, khaki etc.. The underside is similarly glazed, with a celadon glaze at the foot rim, and the exterior again with multi glaze decoration.
It is stamped with Margrets personal mark, and the Brookhouse Pottery mark as well as another mark which is unknown.
Diameter - 26cm
Studio Pottery; Iron Glaze Charger with Finger Wipe Decoration.
The platter has a high raised rim with a shallow flat well. The finger wipe decoration in an m’’ shape and Leeds to the khaki glazed section the underside is also glazed with both an iron and a khaki pour. Signed to the base ‘HH’ (possibly Henry Hammond)and dated ’78’
Height - 4cm
Diameter - 29cm
Petra Meyboden - Rectangular Footed Trinket Dish
The item has a three wave pattern to the central well, surrounded on the raised lip, with an abstract wave.
The corners are decorated individually with simple squares but of a different glaz.
The underside is stamped between the two legs with Petra Meyboden's Mark.
Height - 3cm
Length - 15cm
Studio Pottery; Stoneware Mug with Fish Decoration
The piece is glazed throughout with a grey mottled glaze with bronze bands to the top and bottom of the body, as well as vertically down the hand moulded handle. Around the waisted body of the mug, are two painted fish motif's, reminiscent of the iconic Bernard Leach Leaping Salmon Design. The piece is unmarked, but still beautiful.
Height - 10cm
Diameter - 8.5cm
Harry & May Davis - Stoneware Platter with Wax Resist Decoration
The platter has been decorated throughout with a lovely rusty glaze, with a kaki underglaze showing through where the piece has been wiped with wax.
The decoration depicts wheat sheaf sprigs, along with banding around the rim.
There is the makers mark stamped to the foot rim.
Height - cm
Diameter - 31cm
Attributed to Margaret / David Frith, Brookhouse Pottery; An Altered Form Bottle
The bottle is of a highly unusual bottle form, the bulbous body with impressed central ridge either side creating a wonderful shape.
The piece is decorated with quintessential glazes, used by the pair however it is unfortunately unmarked, hence its attribution.
Height - 20cm
Diameter - 13cm
Douglas Phillips - Small Dish with Iron and Shino Glazes.
The item is decorated throughout with a rich iron glaze with temoku specked throughout, a wax resist wave section to the central well and a trio of Shino swish pours to the centre.
The Dish is stamped to the base with the makers mark
Height - 3cm
Diameter - 19cm