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Description Clay was first used to make pots over 6,000 years ago, and today pottery is one of the most popular crafts. This book outlines the techniques of the potter and shows the beginner to pottery how and wh... more

Description A large format book summarising the collection and restoration of pottery from various sites. Manuals on Archeology 4. Taraxacum Hardback with no DJ. No marks and good binding. Multiple photographs an... more

Description Pottery form by Daniel Rhodes with photographs by Thomas Liden. Published by Pitman 1978. Good tight clean copy with dust jacket. This is an ex-library book with usual stamps. This book has become an ... more

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“Polka Pottery!!”

published 21/09/2011

Well-made/robust & extremelly attractive design!

None whatsoever.

...a gorgeous-looking porcelain teapot, from "The London Pottery Company Limited". The item had caught my eye whilst perusing the crockery and porcelain items in my local branch of John Lewis, and certainly the bright red colour of the teapot stood out to me as the item stood proudly on the shop shelf. Covered in an abundance of bright white-coloured polka dots, the colours of the spotty teapot are...

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Paid for a few family holidays

Flog It featured it a year too early

...TROIKA POTTERY. If you watch programs such as FLOG IT you can not have failed to have seen TROIKA POTTERY featured. The pity is that when it started to be featured my days as a collector were numbered , as the prices climbed faster than a Gecko up a hot Mediterrainian Wall. The TROIKA POTTERY was founded in St Ives Cornwall in 1963. It was named TROIKA as it was founded by three...

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Well designed, great quality, good size for two people

None from me

...reviewing today is my London Pottery 2 cup Teapot. The London Pottery brand is one that I had not heard of before but I did look it up on the internet and they do a number of sizes and colours of teapots as well as cups and mugs. Here are my thoughts on my teapot. The teapot will cost you around the £11.00 mark. As I mentioned, I looked online and this can be found on the John Lewis website as well as...

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