Studio Pottery Vase


Thomas Thunig (German), tall studio pottery salt glazed bottle vase, c1990


Size: 36.5 cm tall. Condition: Excellent condition, no chips cracks or restoration. This tall chimney-shaped vase is a lovely example of Thomas Thunig’s fluid and characterful salt glaze pottery. It is well marked with Thomas’s personal mark as well as that of the pottery. Thomas runs the Topferei Thunig in Saxony, Germany producing a wide […]

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Phil Rogers studio pottery stoneware press-moulded nuka & wax resist bottle vase


A very fine studio pottery press-moulded bottle vase by leading British potter Phil Rogers. Quartered nuka and tenmoku glazes over a very high iron slip with wax resist decoration, with additional nuka glaze to the top and neck. Potter’s mark to the underside. Excellent condition, as new. Dimensions (approximate): 22cm x 10cm x 10cm. Phil […]

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Rare James Walford (1913-2001) Porcelain Bottle With Incised Pattern


Oakwoodstudiopottery, welcomes you to our listings. We are delighted to offer an eclectic mix of contemporary studio pottery and occasionally books that are studio pottery related. Our pots and ceramics feature some of the best potters & ceramicists of the last quarter of a century. A good and rare porcelain bottle vase by James Walford. […]

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Mike Dodd Faceted stoneware Bottle Covered River Iron Over granite glaze #1126


The vase is free from damage with no chips, cracks, repairs or renovation BUT there is a chip on the base ring (as photographed) caused probably during production but cannot be seen when displayed AND there is no impressed potters mark. Presumably covered by the glaze. 17.5 cm high. Approx 13.5 cm width around the […]

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Large Studio Pottery Cider Bottle Flagon Gibson Horrocks Leach Cardew Era


Large Studio Pottery Cider Bottle Flagon – Gibson Horrocks? Circa 1960′- 1970’s. Dimensions: approx 12+ inches high. Looks to be a GH mark to the handle? Mary GIBSON-HORROCKS – b1923. On leaving Wimbledon School of Art, Mary was encouraged by her former teacher, Robert Baker, to establish a pottery for the owner at Sudbury in […]

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