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It looks like this year's Dressed to Kilt has Gerry listed. http://dressedtokilt.com/2010-models-judges.php That being said, I have not heard it confirmed anywhere that he will indeed be attending. It could be that they just updated the website (I
I've bought this as a present for OH, partly because we're both from up North and it just reminded me of that, partly because *I* like it, not a good excuse for buying something for someone else I know. I ummed and aahed and left it for a week but had to
Picked up this beaker today which is marked MAUND & LR on base. My first thought was that it was by Geoffrey Maund but the mark doesn't appear to tie up with his and if so what is significance of LR. Has anybody got any thoughts on this
Thought it might be helpful to have a separate thread for the 1971 Glacier range designed by Geoffrey Baxter. 10oz Tumblers (Pattern M33) Footed Sundae Dishes (Pattern M146) 2 pint Water Jug (Pattern M33) 1
Set up Avoncroft Pottery at Avoncroft, Worcestershire in about 1950. He moved the pottery to Hampton Lovett, Worcestershire in 1955. Closed Avoncroft in 1971 and started St Augustine's Pottery in Canterbury, Kent. Whiting carried on potting there while
Often known as 'The Potters Potter'. Probably one of the best potters of the Leach tradition. Justifiably famous for his teapots,which are simply gorgeous.