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Frank Brangwyn:
Unique Sample Plate for Ashtead Potters Plate (abstract), c 1930

Framed (ref: 2274)
Marks: Ashtead Potters stamp with hand painted additions: ‘P/13’ and ‘W’
Ashtead Potters plate, hand painted, diameter: 9 5/8 in. (24.5 cm.)

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Provenance: Edgar Peacock; Edgar Horns, Eastbourne, 20 September 2000
Exhibited: Frank Brangwyn, Leeds, Bruges, Swansea, 2006 
Literature: Horner, Dr. Libby, Frank Brangwyn, A Mission to Decorate Life, Liss Fine Art, 2006, p. 170-181

Brangwyn was passionate about ceramics – he collected examples of Persian, Chinese, Korean and Japanese ware and such items appear endlessly in his oils, watercolours and murals.  Sheets of designs -  discovered in the collection of Edgar Peacock, in 2004 - have greatly added to the knowledge of what Brangwyn produced and for who.  His commercial deisgns were mostly for Royal Doulton, bu talso for Foley pottery, A J Wilkinson and Ashtead Potters.Brangwyn stipulated that the Royal Doulton ware should be reasonably priced, have the appearance of hand thrown pottery, and that the painters should be allowed a certain freedom of expression, resulting in every item being slightly different. In addition to the Royal Doulton trademark each item bore the legend ‘Designed by Frank Brangwyn RA’and/or ‘Brangwyn Ware’. Brangwyn also produced designs for Ashtead Potters and Iris tableware for Clarice Cliff’s Bizarre range at A J Wilkinson.  Brangwyn also produced designs for ceramic tiles




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