Offered for sale are two Traditional Ware vases by Poole Pottery. Traditional Ware refers to a range of hand painted pieces in a style introduced by Truda Carter in 1921.
In the 1920’s Poole continued to experiment with pottery designs that used floral and animal motifs. These were very popular and became a hallmark of Poole Pottery and has become known as their Traditional Ware. They were in production from the 1920's to the 1960's and are still very popular and highly sought after by collectors.
Offered here is a vase shape number 988. Designed by Truda (Adams) Carter, and painted by Ruth Gough who was at Poole 1927-1934.
It is decorated in the Gz pattern of bold, stylised, art deco, leaves and flowers in rose, purple, blue and yellow on a white glaze ground, with a pink slip base impressed Poole England height 100mm.
We also have a very pretty Poole Pottery, shape 987 vase, it is decorated in Truda Carter’s wonderful Ee pattern, also known as the Fuschia pattern, it was painted by Marjorie Batt who was at Poole 1925-1935, again, with a pink slip base impressed Poole England height 95mm.
The impressed factory backstamp on both of these vases, was the one in use from 1924 to 1950
Excellent condition, no chips, cracks or signs of restoration. Some very light, age related crazing can be seen on the bases.