Poole Pottery

Poole Pottery England - created a distinctive range of hand thrown and painted pottery items in the late 60's to early 70's. It was called the Delphis range.
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Rob's Poole Pottery Blog: Green Delphis Plates, No. 4

Green Delphis Plates, No.

Rob's Poole Pottery Blog: Updated Delphis Galleries

Poole Pottery Delphis and Studio Vases and Bowls Gallery

Delphis shape 41 pin dishes - painted by Beverley Mantel 1974-75

Two Delphis trapezoid pin dishes, shape number 41 (each wide). Painted by Beverley Mantel between 1974 and 75

Poole Delphis 49er painted by Janet Parker-Laird 1969-74

Poole Pottery Delphis and Studio art pottery shape 49 pin dish gallery showing and ceramic design developed by Guy Sydenham Robert Jefferson and Tony Morris

Poole Pottery Delphis Range - late 60's - early 70's

poole pottery Delphis range - used to paint this in 1978

Poole Delphis 49er Gallery

Poole Pottery Delphis and Studio art pottery shape 49 pin dish gallery showing and ceramic design developed by Guy Sydenham Robert Jefferson and Tony Morris

Poole Delphis sweet dish painted by Valerie Pullen 1974-75

Poole Delphis sweet dish painted by Valerie Pullen

Poole Pottery "Delphis Bowl" By Loretta Leigh

Poole Pottery "Delphis Bowl" By Loretta Leigh

Back left, footed bowl  shape number 76 painted by Julia Wills in 1971 or 72.  Right, shape number 57, 27cm diameter, painted by Anne Godfrey between 1968 and 1970. Front left,  shape number 56, painted by Mary Albon between 1970 and 1972

Back left, footed bowl shape number 76 painted by Julia Wills in 1971 or Right, shape number diameter, painted by Anne Godfrey between 1968 and Front left, shape number painted by Mary Albon between 1970 and 1972

Poole Delphis Plate painted by Sarah Worrell 1970

Poole Pottery Delphis and Studio Plates Gallery


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