Poole PotteryPoole Pottery



Steeped in history, Poole Pottery is renowned throughout the world for producing innovative and versatile domestic ceramics that have withstood the test of ...

Author: Will Farmer

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9780747811954

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Poole Pottery is a great British institution, and for more than 130 years has been in the very first rank of producers of tiles, mosaic flooring and advertising panels – as well as the pottery that remains its most famous and collectible product. Founded by Jesse Carter in 1873 as 'Carter's Industrial Tile Factory', the company went on to flourish in the hands of Carter's son and, in 1921, joined forces with Henry Stabler and John Adams to add art deco pottery to its list of products. 'Carter Stabler Adams', which would come to be known simply as Poole Pottery, was responsible for two of the most distinctive lines in the industry's history: the Delphis and Aegean designs. In this extensively illustrated book, Will Farmer gives a lovingly detailed account of a unique and distinctively British company.

Poole PotteryPoole Pottery



POOLE POTTERY Turning the base of a pot on the lathe . Seconds showroom at
Poole , 1964 . POOLE POTTERY POOLE. POOLE POTTERY Set of promotional
postcards , issued in 1937 , and showing Gertie Gilham throwing , Jimmy Soper ...

Author: Leslie Hayward

Publisher: Antique Collectors Club Limited

ISBN: UOM:39015037766782

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"As one of the most important, most distinctive and most collectable of 20th century British potteries, Poole is surprisingly little known. Few books have been published about this innovative company and its diverse products, and the most recent, though excellent, has long been out of print. With its hundreds of colour illustrations, and its highly detailed captions and information panels, this new book represents the distillation of years of research by the well-known Poole historian Leslie Hayward, and makes accessible to collectors for the first time the extraordinary range of wares associated with the factory. The story starts with the making of tiles and architectural and garden ceramics by Jesse Carter from the 1870s, and the gradual development of a pottery devoted increasingly to domestic and ornamental wares under the control of his sons Owen and Charles, aided by the designer and artistic potter, James Radly Young. From an early range of decorative lustres there emerged a style of simple, hand-painted patterns that established the Poole name. Initial inspiration came from sources as diverse as Egypt, Greece, the Middle East and South America but, with the revival of the traditional Delftware technique of freehand painting in bright colours onto an opaque white tin-glaze, the characteristic Poole style was born, with its individualistic approach to decoration instantly recognisable through the decades of Poole's history, and in its contemporary products." "With its illustrations of virtually every known Poole product and its full list of factory marks and artists' monograms, this book will be indispensable for collectors, and for anyone interested in the history of 20th century design."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Miller s Collectables Handbook Price Guide 2021 2022Miller s Collectables Handbook Price Guide 2021 2022



136 POOLE POTTERY CERAMICS QUICK REFERENCE - POOLE POTTERY Poole Pottery was established in 1873 as Carter & Co. , trading as Poole Pottery from 1963 .

Author: Judith Miller

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781784727055

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Page: 432

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All entries new for each edition. Miller's Collectables Handbook & Price Guide 2021-2022 is the up-to-date guide to the collectables market no dealer, collector or auctioneer should be without. Featuring more than 4,000 objects in full colour, each with a detailed description and price range, the book also shows you how to spot that rare example that may be worth twenty times more than another piece. In-depth features explain why one piece is worth more than another, show how to value an item and teach you to be your own expert when appraising everything from 20th-century glass to costume jewellery. Comprehensive sections cover a wide range of objects, with additional pages on pencils, toys, vintage handbags, trunks and costume jewellery for this edition. Every entry and image is updated for each edition to keep the book up-to-date with collecting and buying trends. Miller's Collectables Handbook & Price Guide 2021-2022 is the only full-colour, fully-illustrated collectables price guide in the world.

Miller s Collectables Handbook Price GuideMiller s Collectables Handbook Price Guide



122 i A 1960s Poole Pottery plaque, by Robert Jefferson, formed as a stylised bird, printed mark. 7.5in (19&m) long £150-200 FLD A 1960s Poole Pottery ...

Author: Judith Miller

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781784725242

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Page: 432

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Miller's Collectables Handbook & Price Guide 2019-2020 is the up-to-date guide to the collectables market no dealer, collector or auctioneer should be without. Featuring more than 4,000 objects in full colour, each with a detailed description and current price range, the book also offers what those in the know look for - how to spot that rare example that may be worth twenty times more than another piece. Meanwhile, in-depth Closer Look features explain what to look for when appraising everything from 20th century glass to costume jewellery. Every image is changed for every edition to keep the book up-to-date with collecting and buying trends. Miller's Collectables Handbook & Price Guide 2019-2020 is the only full-colour, fully-illustrated collectables price guide in the world. Comprehensive sections cover advertising, books, ceramics, glass, metalware, pens and writing equipment, plastics and Bakelite, posters, rock and pop, sporting memorabilia, teddy bears, toys and games and vintage fashion. In-depth features explain why one piece is worth more than another, show how to value an item and teach you to be your own expert - this book is the essential eBay companion! Biographies of designers and factories give the background information you need to help date and value objects.

Miller s Collectables Handbook Price Guide 2016 2017Miller s Collectables Handbook Price Guide 2016 2017



1921 when the Carter & Co, Pottery in Poole, England, He worked with Sydenham and designer Tony Morris to <! bought a subsidiary pottery.

Author: Judith Miller

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781784722494

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Page: 432

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Miller's Collectables Handbook & Price Guide 2016-2017 is the up-to-date guide to the collectables market no dealer, collector or auctioneer should be without. Featuring more than 4,000 objects in full colour, each with a detailed description and current price range, the book also offers what those in the know look for - how to spot that rare example that may be worth twenty times more than another piece. Meanwhile, in-depth Closer Look features explain what to look for when appraising everything from 20th century glass to costume jewellery. Every image is changed for every edition to keep the book up-to-date with collecting and buying trends. Miller's Collectables Handbook & Price Guide 2016-2017 is the only full-colour, fully-illustrated collectables price guide in the world. Comprehensive sections cover advertising, books, ceramics, glass, metalware, pens and writing equipment, plastics and Bakelite, posters, rock and pop, sporting memorabilia, teddy bears, toys and games and vintage fashion. This year, special sections focus on Goss & Crested china, affordable jewellery, Hornsea ceramics and Szeiler figurines. In-depth features explain why one piece is worth more than another, show how to value an item and teach you to be your own expert - this book is the essential eBay companion! Biographies of designers and factories give the background information you need to help date and value objects.

Miller s Antiques Handbook Price Guide 2018 2019Miller s Antiques Handbook Price Guide 2018 2019



480 A Carter Stables & Adams Poole Pottery Wase, probably designed by Tsuda Carter, shape no.435, impressed mark, incised '435'. ! sin (28-m) high A Carter ...

Author: Judith Miller

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781784722678

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Page: 600

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"Miller's Antiques Price Guide has long been the market leader, offering not just prices but informed tips... Miller's is arguably the only price guide you will ever need." Antiques Magazine Miller's Antiques Handbook & Price Guide remains the essential and trusted guide to the antiques market. It has earned the reputation of being the book no dealer, collector or auctioneer should be without. It is compiled by Judith Miller, world-renowned antiques expert and co-founder of the book, who selects the guide's 8000-plus featured antiques. Comprehensive sections cover ceramics, furniture, glass, silver and metalwares, jewellery and objets de vertu, clocks and watches, books, Oriental antiques, textiles, toys, decorative arts and Modern Classics. Special features explain why one piece is worth more than another, show how to value an item and teach you to be your own valuer. Biographies of designers and factories give the background information you need to help date and value objects, while special 'Judith Picks' sections give fascinating background and valuation details for particularly interesting or unusual objects.

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A Poole Pottery Atlantis' stoneware helmet table lamp, by Guy Sydenham, with carved chain-mail decoration, the interior carved with a bearded knight, ...

Author: Judith Miller

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781784721831

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Page: 648

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"Miller's Antiques Price Guide has long been the market leader, offering not just prices but informed tips... Miller's is arguably the only price guide you will ever need." Antiques Magazine Miller's Antiques Handbook & Price Guide remains the essential and trusted guide to the antiques market. It has earned the reputation of being the book no dealer, collector or auctioneer should be without. It is compiled by Judith Miller, world-renowned antiques expert and co-founder of the book, who selects the guide's 8000-plus featured antiques.

The World of British StonewareThe World of British Stoneware



Carter, Stabler & Adams (Ltd.) Poole Pottery, Poole, Dorset 1921This business was previously Carter & Co. (Ltd.), operating from 1873-1921.

Author: Frank L. Wood

Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 9781783063673

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Page: 192

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For nearly three hundred years, from the late seventeenth to the middle twentieth century, stoneware was a major part of British ceramic output. This book concentrates on that particular area of ceramics, and covers the history and development of stoneware in all its many variations. Those variations range widely from brown salt-glazed tavern wares to such refined wares as jasper, Castleford ware and the later art wares, to name a few. A specific aspect of the book is to give anyone interested in ceramics, and collectors in particular, very comprehensive information on the manufacture of the different types of stoneware, from the preparation of the clay, or body, through the forming, decorating and glazing techniques to the firing. Such is likely to provide a greater appreciation and understanding of stoneware in its many variations.There are separate chapters on the later art wares and their makers, bottle wares, and marks and identification, as well as an appendix listing manufacturers, a comprehensive glossary and a list of museums. The illustrations cover a wide range of types. Many books on ceramics include information on stoneware, but this in-depth book benefits from the experience of a writer who is both a collector and ex-potter.

Collecting Poole PotteryCollecting Poole Pottery



This text is a comprehensive guide to collecting Poole pottery and includes a comprehensive price and pattern guide.

Author: Robert Prescott-Walker

Publisher: Kevin Francis Pub Limited

ISBN: 1870703634

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Page: 143

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This text is a comprehensive guide to collecting Poole pottery and includes a comprehensive price and pattern guide. The book also includes the history of the pottery, a colour gallery, and information about market trends, fakes and restoration and marks.

The Rough Guide to Dorset Hampshire the Isle of WightThe Rough Guide to Dorset Hampshire the Isle of Wight



1 ceramics, with plenty of examples of the highly regarded Poole Pottery, from early samples to the brightly coloured contemporary designs.

Author: Amanda Tomlin

Publisher: Rough Guides UK

ISBN: 9781409364948

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Page: 296

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The Rough Guide to Dorset, Hampshire & the Isle of Wight is the ultimate travel guide to these beautiful and diverse regions of southern England. With detailed coverage of all the top attractions, you'll discover the hidden gems of the New Forest and South Downs National Parks, and find the best beaches on the Isle of Wight and along the stunning south coast, which includes the famous Jurassic Coast. The guide features practical advice on what to see and do, with up-to-date reviews of the best hotels, bars, clubs, shops and restaurants for all budgets. The Rough Guide to Dorset, Hampshire & the Isle of Wight also includes detailed walks and cycling routes, historical information and the lowdown on the best places to sample local food and drink. Explore every corner of the regions with easy-to-use colour maps to help make sure you don't miss the unmissable. Make the most of your time with The Rough Guide to Dorset, Hampshire & the Isle of Wight. Now available in ePub format.

Sixties StyleSixties Style



The company now known as Poole Pottery originated in 1921 as Carter, ... a subsidiary of Carter Pottery, established to produce decorative ceramics.

Author: Judith Miller

Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd

ISBN: 9781405334556

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Page: 448

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Recapture the riot of colour, style, and innovative design that defined the 1960s with collectables expert Judith Miller. Over 450 classic, retro and fun items - from furniture and fashion to toys and technology. Includes iconic pieces from Biba, Fornasetti, and Verner Panton with a star-rating system indicating the value of every item. The perfect guide for all those who were there - or wish they were!

British Studio Potters MarksBritish Studio Potters Marks



SYDENHAM Guy 1916–2005 & Joan & Russel 1954– 1931–36 Poole School of Art. 1931–38 Carter, Stabler & Adams, now Poole Pottery (apprentice).

Author: Eric Yates-Owen

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781408190364

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Page: 784

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This new edition of Eric Yates-Owen and Robert Fournier's classic book on British studio potters' marks contains new and revised entries for many potters, with up-to-date information about the artists' styles, marks and addresses. Entries are arranged alphabetically, with each entry giving biographical data, information on the type of ceramics produced, the location of the pottery and dates indicating when marks have changed, as well as images of the different marks used. Three useful indexes enable the reader to search by mark rather than maker, in various categories such as creatures, monograms and signs. Revised by expert collector James Hazlewood, British Studio Potters' Marks, third edition, is the essential reference guide for collectors of British studio pottery.

Dorset Slow Travel Dorset Slow Travel



Behind Poole Museum is Scaplens Court and Garden (free admission), used during school term ... Poole Pottery's factory shop (The Quay, BH151HJ q01202668681 ...

Author: Alexandra Richards

Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides

ISBN: 9781841628677

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Page: 304

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Dorset is quintessential rural England: rolling hills, thatched houses, narrow, winding lanes and stunning stately homes and gardens. The author takes you on a personal journey through the county introducing some of Dorset's best kept secrets and hidden delights

Slow Travel DorsetSlow Travel Dorset



... plus a colourful collection of Poole Pottery. Poole's seafaring history features prominently, including its murkier side – smuggling and piracy.

Author: Alexandra Richards

Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides

ISBN: 9781784776121

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Page: 304

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This new third edition of Bradt's popular guide to Dorset - part of its distinctive series of 'Slow Travel' guides to local UK regions - has been thoroughly updated to reflect all the most recent changes to the region. Where - and what - to eat, where and when to go and what to see are all covered, providing an essential guide to one of Britain's most rural counties. The author, a Dorset girl born and bred, says: 'Many of Dorset's attractions are well-hidden and known only to locals, who like to keep the county's treasures to themselves. This guide takes you to those secret places and introduces you to some delightful Dorset locals past and present. Practical information covers accommodation, eating and drinking, and travelling in this unspoilt region.' Dorset is quintessential rural England: rolling hills, thatched houses, narrow, winding lanes and stunning stately homes and gardens, all of which make it perfect for slowing down and discovering what really makes the region tick. The enchanting Dorset landscapes described in Thomas Hardy's 19th-century novels are largely unchanged and are likely to remain so as the county has the highest proportion of conservation areas in England. A sense of history is conveyed by innumerable sites of archaeological interest, including Britain's largest Iron Age hillfort, Maiden Castle, and the county is trimmed by the spectacular Jurassic Coast, England's first natural World Heritage Site, whose cliffs are constantly revealing their prehistoric, fossilised secrets. For walkers, the Dorset section of the South West Coast Path, which includes part of the Jurassic Coast, offers some of the most spectacular seaside walks in England. This guide provides walking routes with maps to help you explore some of the finest sections of the coastal path, as well as other walks around the county. Whatever your interest, be it local food, brewery tours, peaceful waterways, horse-riding, beach walks or simply escaping to an unspoiled corner, Bradt's Dorset is the ideal companion.

Ceramic AgeCeramic Age



Famous British Potteries V - Poole Pottery - Carter , Stabler & Adams , Ltd . By
PETER HUBBALL T HE center of the British ... The Stoke - on - Trent pottery
industry developed in that area because in the old days local clays supplied the
potters ...

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The total ceramic spectrum.

Miller s Art DecoMiller s Art Deco



fter the First World War, the pottery in Poole, Dorset, began to make colourful, artistic wares to meet the new demand for Art Deco pieces.

Author: Judith Miller

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781784722784

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Page: 240

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With its streamlined shapes and forward-looking approach, the Art Deco style still looks modern today. In the 1920s and 1930s, designers and craftsmen made innovative use of both natural and man-made materials to produce elegant pieces that broke with tradition and celebrated the future. In this beautifully illustrated guide, antiques expert Judith Miller explores the key makers and pieces of the movement, explaining what to look for as a collector. The book explores all the key collecting areas, with chapters on furniture, glass, ceramics, sculpture, metalwork, silver and plastics, prints and posters, rugs and textiles. With clear price codes and biographies of key makers and designers, the book also contains "A Closer Look" and "Good, Better, Best, Masterpiece" features comparing ranges of items from makers and factories.

The Rough Guide to Dorset Hampshire the Isle of Wight Travel Guide eBook The Rough Guide to Dorset Hampshire the Isle of Wight Travel Guide eBook



The third floor has an excellent display of local ceramics, with plenty of examples of the highly regarded Poole Pottery, from early samples to brightly ...

Author: Rough Guides

Publisher: Rough Guides UK

ISBN: 9780241301623

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Page: 296

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From sweeping beaches to medieval forests, country pubs to seaside hotels, The Rough Guide to Dorset, Hampshire & the Isle of Wight is the ultimate guide to this stunning part of England. Our expert authors show you all the region's highlights and let you in on the secret spots locals love, with the fully updated listings shown on clear, full-colour maps. Alongside this you'll find gorgeous photography, fascinating historical background and vital practical information - everything from how to get around on public transport to when the best festivals are held. Discover the region's Jurassic geology, prehistoric sites, chocolate-box villages and literary landmarks, all in Rough Guides' trademark tell-it-like-it-is style. Whether you're interested in historic manors or wildlife walks, coastal cycle rides or farm-fresh food, The Rough Guide to Dorset, Hampshire & the Isle of Wight will help you make the most of your time in this beautiful region.