3 edition of Wetheriggs Pottery found in the catalog.
Includes bibliography and index.
|Statement||by Barbara Blenkinship.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||104|
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Wetheriggs Pottery, Penrith, Cumberland, had been used from as a brick and tile works and as a pottery from about The Schofields were employees there, and they bought the company in It was run by Harold Thorburn who was a member of the Schofield family.
The last of the Wetheriggs-based Schofields, Arthur, died in when the pottery passed to a nephew, Harold Thorburn, who had been working there since Harold once wrote an account of his days at the pottery, up to his retirement, and this is one of the most lively parts of the book.
Wetheriggs (or Schofield's) Pottery has managed to survive when most other country potteries failed with the advent of industrialisation. My aim in writing this book was to record its Wetheriggs Pottery book from a locally based, brownware pottery to one which made "Art Wares" for a growing tourist market in the early part of the 20th century/5(6).
Wetheriggs Pottery, A History amd Collector's Guide is a nicely illustrated book showing examples of the pottery produced from to the post period. Half the book is text about the pottery and its people including Harold Thorburn's account of his life at the pottery and the history and family tree of.
A working pottery which continued using old methods of production until the mid C Now reopened as a working pottery, to which the public are admitted, preserving original machinery and traditional designs, but electrically fired kiln.
See guide book, Wetheriggs Country Pottery, The present shop and house are not of special interest. A DATED MID-VICTORIAN POTTERY SALT KIT of Wetheriggs type, having white slip-trailed decoration on a brown ground, dated beneath the rim, cm, (in) high (flaking and depletions) Sold: Price/Value Guide: * over 90+GBP.
During her time at Rheged she wrote her book “Thrown Pottery Techniques Revealed” as well as setting a Guinness World Record for the most pots thrown on the potter’s wheel in an hour. In June she moved her business to Wetheriggs Pottery where she continued to have a gallery and made the traditional Wetheriggs Pottery alongside her.
Wetheriggs Pottery is a pottery on the C road, east of the hamlet of Clifton Dykes, in the civil parish of Clifton, Cumbria 5 miles southeast of Penrith. It opened in the mid 19th century providing farm and housewares for local consumption, later the business diversified into craft pottery, and, towards the end of the 20th century became focused as a visitor attraction, and in nature conservation work.
The pottery. WETHERIGGS Country Pottery, at Clifton Dykes, near Penrith, the UK’s only remaining steam-powered English country pottery, is up for sale as a fully operational entity for £ million.
The decision to sell has been made by company chairman Bill Dodd and the directors of Quarter Jacks Limited Group (which includes Wetheriggs Country Pottery. Earlier this year Eden District Council green-lighted proposals for the 19th century Wetheriggs Pottery and surrounding land, in the hamlet of Clifton Dykes, to be converted into five homes, the.
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Although Wetheriggs Pottery has recently been closed as a working pottery, for most of its year life it has contributed much to the local community, from creating traditional wares, which can still be found in local homes to creating many skilled jobs.
Rather pleased with this recently acquired sliptrail-decorated earthenware vase from Wetheriggs Pottery, Clifton Dykes, Penrith, Cumbria.
A nice addition to my growing collection of work from northern potteries. BSPM isn't terribly informative. Wetheriggs plot offered to protesters THE owners of the Wetheriggs pottery site have offered to sell the plot containing historic listed buildings to protesters who are opposing their conversion to housing.
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Hans Christian Ullrich, born inbegan working in ceramics in the early s at Wetheriggs Pottery, near Penrith, one of the last traditional country potteries. He trained with Harold Thorburn, manager of Wetheriggs, who was still making traditional English slipware in his seventies.This pottery bread bin with lid and two handles was made in by A.
Schofield at the Wetheriggs Pottery in Clifton Dykes, Cumbria. The bin is glazed on the interior, the upper half of the exterior, and the lid. It is part of a large collection of traditional craft products acquired from the 15 pins.This pottery bread bin with lid and two handles was made in by A.
Schofield at the Wetheriggs Pottery in Clifton Dykes, Cumbria. The bin is glazed on the interior, the upper half of the exterior, and the lid. It is part of a large collection of traditional craft products acquired from the 27 pins.