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Aldermaston Pottery.

Aldermaston Pottery.

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Published by Aldermaston Pottery in Reading .
Written in English

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      As it happened, his Aldermaston Pottery stuck a chord and his work was soon in demand. Last year, Jane White, published an account of Alan Caiger-Smith and the Legacy of the Aldermaston Pottery that traced the assistants who had worked with him there. Alan spoke at the book launch at the Ashmolean with Tim Wilson, an expert in maiolica, whom he. This month’s highlight is an impressive invitation card (D/EX/4/2) for an exhibition at the Matsuya Store in Tokyo, Japan. Proudly pictured on the card is an image of Alan Caiger-Smith, a British potter who established Aldermaston Pottery in and was well known for creating some of the most striking tin-glazed earthenware in the world.

    Alan Caiger-Smith (b) for Aldermaston Pottery, a large lidded circular tureen decorated with a cockerel to the lid, artist monogram and date sypher for to base, 13 1/2" dia, a David Tipler for Aldermaston Pottery vase decorated with an abstract design to each of the four sides, in brown and yellow glazes outlined in black, artist monogram to base, 5" h, another Aldermaston pottery. item 1 Pottery by Alan Caiger-Smith and Aldermaston Pottery, paperback - Pottery by Alan Caiger-Smith and Aldermaston Pottery, paperback $ 0 bids 8h 38m +$ shipping.

    Caiger-Smith set up the pottery at Aldermaston, a small village 50 miles west of London, in After graduating from Cambridge he studied ceramics at Central School of Arts and Crafts in London. Mixed wood ash glazed pot by Don Potter. How could a potter with such a perfect name as Don Potter have left my consciousness? I know I had read briefly about Don Potter in Phil Rogers’ book Ash Glazes because I have two well-read editions the book on my but despite his perfect name, he slipped my mind completely, until I read about him in Mike Dodd’s autobiography.


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The Aldermaston Pottery was founded in Berkshire in by Alan Caiger-Smith and Geoffrey Eastop, and over the years the studio has been home to many fine potters. The potters at Aldermaston, who number about half-a-dozen, work both as a team, for production work, and individually, for studio pieces.

My book ‘Alan Caiger-Smith and the Legacy of Aldermaston Pottery’ was published by the Ashmolean Museum and launched on December 8th If you would like to buy a copy of the book, I have signed copies available – signed by myself and Alan Caiger-Smith – at a cost of £25 plus £3 postage.

White tracked down numerous potters who worked at Aldermaston Pottery and sprinkles quotes and old photos from them throughout the book, giving us vivid descriptions of life in the workshop.

Caiger-Smith not only trained and paid his potters but provided them with housing in the village. Aldermaston Earthenware Goblet by David Tipler.

Alan Caiger Smith Aldermaston Pottery, England. Hand Thrown and decorated.5/5(). “From the s Reading Museum collected Aldermaston pottery, and in it was given an extraordinary lustreware collection by David Castillejo, a major patron of Caiger-Smith. The potter subsequently gave the Museum a range of non-lustre pots from his own collection and the Reading Foundation for Art and the Friends of Reading Museums.

Alan has now given permission for copies of the marks for Aldermaston appearing in the publication 'Alan Caiger-Smith and Aldermaston Pottery - ' to be uploaded to the site. Please would somebody let me know how to do it.

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Aldermaston Pottery Creamer by Nicola Werner, Alan Caiger Smith Aldermaston Pottery, England. Hand Thrown and Decorated.

MugsMostly 5 out of 5 stars () £   The book tells the story of the 51 years of the Aldermaston Pottery, through the words and experiences of as many of the potters as possible, whilst also chronicling Alan's own achievements over the decades. The images also play an important part in telling the : Jane White.

36 results for aldermaston pottery Save aldermaston pottery to get e-mail alerts and updates on your eBay Feed. Unfollow aldermaston pottery to stop getting updates on your eBay feed. Aldermaston Village has members. An online noticeboard for Aldermaston - connecting the community. The book tells the story of the 51 years of the Aldermaston Pottery, through the words and experiences of as many of the potters as possible, whilst also chronicling Alan's own achievements over the decades.

The images also play an important part in telling the story. He also published his own books on studio pottery, entitled A Potters Outlook in and A Potters Book in Browse TODAY's SELECTED Aldermaston Pottery for SALE, BEST OFFER and Auction; plus Expert Aldermaston Pottery Appraisal/Valuation, FREE sales advice and brokerage services, a FREE price/value guide, sale prices, values, wish list and more - FIND + Specialist categories | Bath Antiques Online - Buy, Sell & Value.

He was joined at Aldermaston Pottery by a number of other potters, including Geoffrey Eastop (–). Alan Caiger-Smith's book on Tin-Glaze Pottery () covers its. There is no other book in print on the subject of Alan Caiger-Smith and the Aldermaston Pottery. Illustrated with many previously unpublished photographs, this book will be a valuable insight for anyone interested in the method of making lustreware and 20th century studio pottery.

A must-have for collectorsInterviewing nearly 30 of the Aldermaston potters, many of whom have written some. Julian Bellmont started working at Aldermaston Pottery with Alan Caiger-Smith in In he left to start High Street Pottery at Kintbury, Berkshire.

He works in fine stoneware making hard-wearing and high quality domestic and decorative items. His use of colour and lustre glazes are particularly adimired.

Alan Caiger-Smith, potter who became a master in the art of tin-glaze, a thousand-year-old tradition – obituary He founded the celebrated Aldermaston pottery and was a natural teacher and Author: Telegraph Obituaries. A new book by MSDC ceramicist Jane White entitled "Alan Caiger-Smith and the Legacy of the Aldermaston Pottery" will be launched at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford in December along with a book signing and weekend talk.

A deep bowl with foot and red lustre,by Alan Caiger-Smith Alan Caiger-Smith, who has died a was the founder of Aldermaston. Description: Alan Caiger-Smith (British, b) An Aldermaston Pottery chalice,made for the inauguration of Richard Harries as Bishop of Oxford, blue motifs, painted monogram and date mark, 5 1/2" high.

Andrew Hazelden and Alan Caiger-Smith made about a hundred chalices in for use in an open-air Eucharist in Broad Street, Oxford.Values for An Alan Caiger-Smith, Aldermaston Pottery bowl painted in lustre to the rim, and a goblet similar, painted marks, applied paper label bowl 18cm.

diam. to appraise similar items instantly without sending photos or descriptions.Description: Laurence McGowan (British, b) Bowl, circablue brushwork motifs Aldermaston Pottery painted potter's mark cm diameter. View additional info Realized: Log in or create account to view price data.