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  • Alsager Pottery - Traditional English Slipware
    industrial revolution Staffordshire was one of the main centres of slipware manufacture and old Staffordshire slipware has its own distinctive character We use traditional slipware patterns and methods adapted for modern use Our pottery is all hand thrown in local red earthenware clay and we are happy to make individual items on request Commemorative plates are made to order to mark weddings christenings anniversaries and other special occasions British Craft

    Original URL path: http://www.alsagerpottery.co.uk/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Alsager Pottery - Traditional English Slipware
    small family workshop using local red clay The ancient decorating technique of slip trailing lends itself to freehand interpretation of historic patterns and lettering A range of colours and sizes is offered and we send plates anywhere in the world All plates can be made in 12 and 10 diameter are hand thrown and turned with a wiring rim for easy display without the use of a plate hanger Each

    Original URL path: http://www.alsagerpottery.co.uk/patterned.htm (2016-04-30)
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  • Alsager Pottery - Traditional English Slipware
    and in any of the following colours Black Blue White Green Special wording is arranged on either the rim or well of the plate to suit each one individually As the wording on the front of the plate is usually quite formal a more personal message can be inscribed on the reverse of the plate Rim Decoration Feather Pattern Lozenge Pattern Single Hoop Pattern Double Hoop Pattern Trellis Pattern Heart

    Original URL path: http://www.alsagerpottery.co.uk/commemorative.htm (2016-04-30)
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  • Alsager Pottery - Traditional English Slipware
    a range of sizes between 6 and 12 diameter The background to the number and lettering is usually white Space filling patterns are used where appropriate There are two horizontally placed fixing holes and should be fixed carefully using rubber washers We are quite often asked about weather resistance of our door plates As our earliest ones have now been in position for 25 years we can confidently say they

    Original URL path: http://www.alsagerpottery.co.uk/doorplates.htm (2016-04-30)
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  • Alsager Pottery - Traditional English Slipware
    in Staffordshire in the 17th and 18th centuries and examples can be seen in several museums Alsager Pottery cradles are individually hand made by the slab building technique A method used since ancient times They are made up from pieces of clay cut from a hand rolled sheet of slab and carefully joined As with the 18th century cradles the decoration is slip trailed and can incorporate special wording for

    Original URL path: http://www.alsagerpottery.co.uk/cradle.htm (2016-04-30)
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  • Owl jug
    colourway We are now sometimes asked for white ones no one has yet asked for blue or green Traditional owl jugs have a removable head which forms a cup and at the same time keeps dust out Ours does too The Fitzwilliam owl was made in the early 1700 s from quite coarse clay similar to that used for hand made bricks or tiles It stands about 8 3 4 inches high Another old owl jug also 18th century became famous in 1990 when it appeared on the Antiques Road Show TV programme in the UK having spent its previous few years being used as a flower pot This rare Staffordshire owl was decorated differently by the scrumbled slip decorating technique It was bought for 20 900 by the City of Stoke on Trent Museum where it now lives The earliest example of owl jugs that we know of is one discovered by Heinrich Schliemann at the site of the ancient city of Troy This one had the features of an owl clearly modelled but no surface decoration Later the Romans introduced into Britain the worship the Greek goddess Athena or Athene In Ancient Greek religion she was the goddess

    Original URL path: http://www.alsagerpottery.co.uk/owljug.htm (2016-04-30)
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  • Alsager Pottery - Traditional English Slipware
    Established 1978 Contacts Postal Address Alsager Pottery 9A Talke Road Alsager Stoke on Trent Staffordshire ST7 2PN United Kingdom Proprietor Anne Rodgers BSc MSc Telephone 44 0 1270 877056 E Mail Contact Anne Rodgers More Pages Patterned Plates Commemorative Door

    Original URL path: http://www.alsagerpottery.co.uk/contacts.htm (2016-04-30)
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  • Alsager Pottery Links
    Online Ceramics Glasswork links to Arts Crafts sites ClayNet Non profit forum for International Ceramic Arts on the Web The Mining Company Guide to the Ceramic Arts Don t miss it WWAR World wide arts resources including ceramics WWW Virtual Library Ceramics Maintained by The Fraunhofer Institut fuer Keramische Technologien und Sinterwerkstoffe Includes Art Ceramics information Ceramicarte Cermamic art site Portugal Extensive ceramic links page World of Art Antiques Please visit this informative and authoratitive online gallery Phildale Ceramic Art Authentic hand painted English fine bone china Local interest Newcastle under Lyme Borough Council Lots of information about Newcastle u Lyme General Interest Journeys End Antiques and Collectables including ceramics Mallpark A variety of gifts Hitched Everything for your wedding Internet Craft Fair A wonderful resource for all makers and anyone interested in crafts Ruby Fair Hand crafted items from around the world Countrylovers Your one stop information shop when visiting living or working in the British Countryside Crafts4U The ideal place to find unusual gift ideas for all occasions Index UK Index The comprehensive index of UK Internet sites Pronet A multilingual online link to the products services and capabilities of thousands of companies from around the world Scoot

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