Poole Traditional

Poole Pottery's CSA and Traditional wares are characterised by their white/off-white base glazes and colourful, hand-painted patterns, often based around flowers and animals. Until the early 1930s, a red earthenware was used by the Poole pottery in the making of these pieces, giving a very distinctive appearance.

Poole Carter Stabler & Adams Sylvan Ware dish coloured in green, M24, c1934-1937.

Poole Carter Stabler & Adams Sylvan Ware dish coloured in green, M24, c1934-1937.

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Poole Freeform

Poole Freeform was the Poole Pottery's answer to the new, more modern style that developed in the years after the end of WWII. The 1950s saw the new Poole Freeform patterns applied to a wide range of shapes, many of which were designed specifically for the Poole Freeform range by Alfred Read and Guy Sydenham, two of Poole Pottery's most noted creative talents.

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Poole Delphis, Aegean and Studio Ware

Always in tune with changing fashions, Poole launched their Poole Delphis range, the brainchild of star designer Robert Jefferson, in the early 1960s. A combination of old and new shapes were treated to startling hand-painted decorations, in bright, bold colours quite unlike previous generations of Poole Pottery.

The success of the Poole pottery Delphis range was followed by the equally successful Aegean range a few years later, designed by Leslie Elsden, and providing a fitting culmination to a career spanning more than 50 years at the Poole Pottery.

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