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Bilston and Bradley Potteries

Examples of Myatt Pottery 
in the Wolverhampton City Council's collection,
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All the photographs on this page have been provided by courtesy of Wolverhampton City Council Arts and Museum Service and are their copyright.  They must not be downloaded or copied in any way.  The notes were written by Frank Sharman on the basis of work done by Francesca Cambridge.  Neither Ms Cambridge nor anyone at the city council is responsible for the contents of the notes.  All items are in earthenware. Remember that the colour rendering may not be accurate, not least because your graphics board and monitor may differ from mine!

 

Elephant Elephant with howdah, in honey-brown glazed earthenware.  Marked with the Myatt incised stamp.  The style suggests that it may have been made before Myatt moved to Mount Pleasant.

Covered jar, olive green glaze.  10 cms high.

Covered Jar

Covered Jar Covered jar in green/brown glaze.  

Small vase in green/brown glaze.  5.5 cms. high.

Small Vase

Bowl

Bowl in honey coloured glaze with impress moulded leaf border at the shoulder.

Vase in honey coloured glaze, the body decorated with sgraffito leaves. 17 cms high.

Vase
Vase Vase in gourd shape with long, slender neck, in green/brown glaze.

Vase in honey coloured glaze, gourd shaped with two sea horses supporting the neck.

Vase

Vase Vase in green glaze, classical shape with two handles in the form of cranes' necks and with etched decoration of parrot.

Vase in green glaze, classical shape with two handles in the form of cranes' necks and with etched decoration of flowers on one side only.

Vase

Small Jug Small jug, green glaze, with etched decoration of leaves, flowers and fruit on the body and neck. (In earlier times potters called this sort of bulbous jug, with a straight, collar neck, a gorge).

There is also a larger version 13.2 cms high with the same decoration.

 

Jug (or gorge) in olive green glaze with sgraffito decoration of fern leaves on the body and dots on the neck.

Jug

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