Poole Pottery 1920's Transitional Ware Vase


An early semi-stoneware transitional period vase with a simple geometric pattern in green and purple on a grey ground. A similar vase is shown in Hayward and Atterbury p30.

Dating: 1921 - 1922

Shape: A 7" (18cm) tall vase

Design: Decorated with a simple geometric pattern used in the early 1920's and based on the designs of James Radley Young. Marked with pattern code HV.

Backstamp: Impressed CARTER STABLER ADAMS, POOLE, ENGLAND. This backstamp was used between 1921 and c.1924, when CSA became a limited company.

Painter: Signed AH by the paintress Anne Hatchard. Anne was one of the original team of painters established at Poole following the first world war, and worked there from 1918 until 1936, and again in the 1940's and 1950's. This mark was used until the late 1920's.

Condition: Good condition for age. Crazing, heavy in places, original glaze faults and small glaze chip to base rim.

This product was added to our catalog on Friday 06 September, 2019.

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