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Perfect Pieces Newsletter Out Now: Troika Pottery – A Popular Cornish Collectable!

The latest Perfect Pieces Newsletter is now out!

In this newsletter we take a further look at Troika Pottery with a brief history of the pottery and what’s made it so desirable today. We’ve also included some pictures of Troika vases so you can see the wide range of shapes and styles the pottery made.

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Of course, we have also included a few pictures of some new pieces of pottery for sale this month that include some very nice Troika pottery for sale and some interesting PenDelfin Family Circle magazines and brochures for sale.

Troika Pottery Cylinder Vase by Linda Hazel

The latest addition to the Perfect Pieces Troika Pottery section is this super bright Troika Cylinder vase decorated by Linda Hazel.

Linda Hazel worked as a decorator at the Cornish pottery Troika when it was based in Newlyn in Cornwall – she was there in the early 1970’s. This Troika cylinder vase stands approximately 14cm tall and has the recognisable roundels design all over the body of the vase.

The cylinder vase was produced in a range of sizes by the Troika pottery – this example is the small cylinder vase.

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Two Troika Pottery Marmalade Vases On Sale!

Two stunning Cornish Troika pottery Marmalade vases are currently on sale in our Troika Pottery section.

Two Troika Marmalade Vases on sale for only £115 each inc UK P&P!

These Marmalade vases have been decorated by Penny Black who worked at the pottery from the 1960’s until 1976. Decorated with interesting abstract and recognisable designs on all sides they are lovely vases, typical of the textured range that the Troika pottery produced.

Both vases are currently on sale and are now only £115 each including UK postage and packaging by Royal Mail Special Delivery. This service guarantees next working day delivery by 1pm so if you’re in a hurry that’s no problem!

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