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Plaque with incised tree and initials

Identifier: STKMG:1949.P.481 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Plaque with incised tree and initials. Earthenware coated in brown slip with incised decoration inlaid with white slip. Stylised decoration of a tree with the initials H and B either side. All over...

stoneware wide bellied jar on foot, thrown and turned at St

Identifier: STKMG:1949.P.658 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

stoneware wide bellied jar on foot, thrown and turned at St. Ives by Shoji Hamada, decorated by Henry Bergen, all over tenmoku glaze in brown/black, base and foot unglazed

Dish with a stylised resist motif of a dog

Identifier: STKMG:1949.P.692 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Dish with a stylised resist motif of a dog. Interior has engobe (white) with the central stylised resist motif of a dog, all over lead transparent glaze, base unglazed. Monogram for Sidney Tustin i...

stoneware wide bellied jar on foot, thrown and turned by Shoji Hamada, decorated by Henry Bergen, at St

Identifier: STKMG:1949.P.657 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

stoneware wide bellied jar on foot, thrown and turned by Shoji Hamada, decorated by Henry Bergen, at St. Ives, all over tenmoku glaze in black/brown, base and foot unglazed

stoneware jar on foot, thrown and turned at St

Identifier: STKMG:1949.P.656 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

stoneware jar on foot, thrown and turned at St. Ives by Shoji Hamada, decorated by Henry bergen all over tenmoku glaze in brown/black, base and foot unglazed

stoneware bowl on foot, thrown and turned by Shoji Hamada and decorated by Henry Bergen at St

Identifier: STKMG:1949.P.680 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

stoneware bowl on foot, thrown and turned by Shoji Hamada and decorated by Henry Bergen at St. Ives, all over ash grey glaze on the interior and to two thirds down the exterior, the glaze is crazed...