Jan Lewin-Cadogan. Jan Lewin Cadogan. Two Monmouth Pottery mixing bowls, both are marked with the maple leaf with an M inside. Bowls are more aqua than shown in picture, one has a small chip on the rim as seen in the picture. Glaze is excellent condition with very little crazing. Pottery articles of interest identifying pottery types. Learn pottery and ceramic techniques and find places to buy all your supplies. Item is no longer available.
Conical shape with 3 handles; yellow-cream glaze over white slip outside, brown glaze inside; sgraffito inscription. Ewenny in the Vale of Glamorgan has a long tradition of making pottery. All the materials were at hand – red clay, glaze materials to finish the wares, stone to build the kilns and coal to fire the pots. There have been 15 potteries in the area at one time or another. Now there are only two.
the neighbouring village of Ewenny, which is famous for its pottery and priory dating back to medieval times. The nearby Southerndown Golf Club boasts.
Being a Welsh fair there will be a good collection of Welsh pottery, including Swansea, Llanelli, Glamorgan and, of course, those impressive early pieces of Ewenny pottery. One such piece of Ewenny on display will be a large pot which was actually made for the American market. In Gwyneth and Ieuan R Evans’ book on Ewenny pottery, it mentions the actual date of the shipment to N Parsons, Boston, Massachusetts being on November 5 and that one cask of vases was sent across to America.
It’s remarkable that the pot has survived over years, crossing the Atlantic twice and finally ending its journey not so far away from where it was first potted in the Ewenny pottery, by the great man himself, Jones of Bridgend. Glynda Speed and Terry Hiors will be standing at the fair and as always will both have some very interesting collections of Welsh pottery. A feature at the fair will be a stylised hand-painted South Wales Pottery cockerel plate which is said to be attributed to Sarah Roberts, or Aunty Sal as she was known.
There will also be a varied collections of Gaudy Welsh on display and rare Worcester pieces, such an exquisite Dr Wall teacup and bowl dating back to the first period, circa For the more discerning collectors there will be some rare pieces of Chinese porcelain on show, some dating back to the 16th Century.
Roger Tanner returns to thefair with an exciting collection of seafaring chests, boxes and gleaming brass compasses, bells and telescopes.
Ewenny Scheme of work. Lesson 1. Ewenny Priory- A Timeline.
An Edwardian Welsh Ewenny Pottery figure of a cat, in green glaze, impressed marks and dated beneath, (hollow), 39cm high.
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Pottery (Welsh) slip glazed earthenware jug in the form of a stylised pig with elongated snout spout, inscribed `Y Mochyn Gwyllt (`The Wild Pig`), dated ,.
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It’s a wassail bowl made in Ewenny Pottery, south Wales in the mid 19th C. The pottery still atramentarium (inkwell) Period: Early Imperial, Julio-Claudian Date.
Date: 30 Nov A stoneware teapot and cover, modelled as an oriental man holding a mask, the pot spout issuing from the mask mouth aperture, incised 7 B to base, 13cm. A Ruskin Pottery vase, dated , ovoid with cylindrical neck, covered in a pale blue lustre, another Ruskin vase covered in a purple and cream lustre glaze, a Ruskin Pottery pot and three other vases, impressed marks, A Ruskin Pottery stoneware stand, square section on four feet, covered in a matt blue glaze, impressed Ruskin England A Ruskin Pottery high-fired stoneware vase by William Howson Taylor, dated , compressed body with tall cylindrical neck with knopped rim, covered in a mottled mint green glaze, impressed Ruskin roundel mark and date 33cm.
A pair of Arts and Crafts pottery flower troughs, rounded rectangular form, cast in low relief with simple foliate design, unsigned, 33cm. A George Jones Majolica sardine dish, cover and stand, the stand and dish modelled in low relief with stiff leaf frieze, the cover modelled as three fish, glazed in colours on a turquoise ground, painted to base, stand
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Jan 8, – Ewenny Claypits Pottery, Bridgend, South Wales. No date given for this.
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overlooking the Ewenny valley, where a small enclosure was found to contain a group of Pottery akin to South-Western Decorated Wares suggests a date in.
Ewenny Pottery , founded in in the village of Ewenny , is the oldest working pottery in Wales. The village of Ewenny is sited above all of the natural resources to make the local red earthenware pottery: clay deposited from the ice age; wood and coal for firing; glaze materials; and stone to build the kilns. Since , there have been fifteen potteries in the Ewenny area at one time or another, all small family concerns. The Ewenny Pottery was founded in , probably by farmers in the area looking to make commercial use of the clay.
In the early s Evan Jenkins married Mary, the daughter of then owner John Morgan, and so started the Jenkins family period of ownership that continues to this present day. The products at this time would have been mainly for agricultural and local use, plus occasional commissions. At this time, the number of potteries in the area was at its height, but quickly dwindled due to the onset of cheap enamelware and china imports from the Far East.
In at the height of the Arts and Crafts movement , Bayswater, London based designer and ceramics dealer Horace W Elliot was visiting country potteries looking for pieces to sell in his showrooms. Having struck up a friendship with the Jenkins brothers, he is particularly associated with Ewenny, but also with C. Brannam and Bourne Denby.
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but the traditional superstitions surrounding that date were unfounded. Even the Wales’ arrival at Ewenny Priory Church. Ewenny Pottery, some dating.
Display results as : Posts Topics. Advanced Search. Go to page ‘, event. Bought several items today including this Ewenny Pottery Jug, it is 4in tall. I was wandering is it possible to date pottery like this or is it just a matter of trawling through the design catalogues and finding out the years a particular designer worked at the factory. The family at this time they would have been making pots for the kitchen, agricultural use, flowerpots and commissions like puzzle jugs and wassail bowls.
The industrial revolution rolled on and Ewenny became a hub of small potteries, there were twelve in the village and three in the surrounding area starting up and closing down due to the decline in demand due to tin ware and cheap mass-produced china Tall Ewenny Claypits Jug 11″ high. Frill Edged Bowl 10″ diameter. Nice Little Jug I would be surprised if it was later than that. Particularly like the green glaze and waisted form on this one.
Comparatively recent, I imagine.