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Thursday, August 14, 2008

Cripplesease jug

Cripplesease jug

This product is not for sale, but you
to find many people who are in our own
Cripplesease jug - 9 "(228mm) high.
Cripplesease Pottery

The Pottery at Cripplesease, B3311, St Ives, Penzance road near the tip of Cornwall, had begun to 1967, Anthony Richards, and it is known Penderleath Pottery. It was sold to the end of the 1970s, Bill Longley, Greyshott pottery and continued for some time, because Penderleath Pottery, until Bill moved to Australia in the early 1980s.

The premises were bought up a London couple who intended to do it the center for boats featuring pottery and weaving, but the venture did not take off. In 1984 it was sold to Dave Moran who had not been potter, but the image of the pottery circles, and he changed its name to Cripplesease Pottery.
Dodie and Jamie Herschel

Dodie and Jamie Herschel
He sold the work of the local Potters, in particular, Anthony Richards, for two years, and then sold the ceramics that the current owners, Jamie and Dodie Herschel.

Jamie is an experienced Potter and Dodie, his wife, the accomplished Decorator who was originally trained in textile design. The couple had previously run Prykernow Pottery in nearby Hayle. They use three electric kilns, one of 24 cubic foot in the capacity and two smaller. A variety of techniques have been used for their pottery and stoneware pots also brushed, incised, resist the temptation and glaze.

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